Guam - Typhoon 180 MPH winds

Unnamed Administration sources reported that Michael Painter said:

Sounds nasty.
Around a dozen years ago, just after -another- Typhoon had gone through, someone
from the Guam Cable Co. had posted to that they needed a
new 12 ft. reflector and recommendations for securing it during a Typhoon. I told
him that since 12 ft. reflectors were relatively inexpensive, just buy two and
bury the box with the second one. After the next wipeout, dig up the box and put
up one that will last until the next time. He never replied...<g>

Various ATT CoG [Continuity of Government, i.e. post WWIII]
sites built in the 60's used dishes cast of concrete with metal
mesh facing.

Pictures available on request.