I remember much of what I have read about Indian Mountain AFS. I was assigned to 708th AC&W Squadron at top camp from 1971-1972. I was there when the guy at top camp died of a heart attack. Actually, he died in my arms. He was my NCOIC. I was a crew chief in the radar tower. I later was assigned to the Operations Office, in charge of all training of weapons personnel. I was also at top camp when we were sent to Elmendorf when the sewers froze up. I sure didn't like taking a crap in a 55 gallon barrel with boards across it in the gym. But I did like eating all the moose, bear, and carbou meat we could get. The chow was great. As you, I can't recall all the names and faces, but some of the names that are mentioned on this site seem familiar. I was also there when the "strippers" came in and "performed". What a time!
In Roy Hartnell's photos, he has one of "Sky Top Lodge".
I remember that the window just to the left, the one with the
snow piled most of the way up in the picture, was my room.
It was one of the E-5 and up rooms. I was also the top camp
barber for a while. And I was the manager of the "bowling
alley", singular, for a while. I also did ironing for
extra money. Lots of free time up there you know.