K T U S went on the air at a time
when pop music was growing
with a melting pot format that
became "Top Forty Radio."
March 31, 2008 marked the Golden
Anniversary of formal ceremonies
that officially put
K T U S on the air as the Radio
Voice of Mainsite, Turkey.
KTUS




THE RADIO VOICE OF MAINSITE
All this was transpiring before the
Beatles led the British music
invasion and Motown surged out
of Detroit.   

KTUS DJ's played just about every
kind of music, even some light
classical, as the station reflected
the changing "tunes of the times."
This site is dedicated to those
who gave their time and talent
to the station that became
the first Armed Forces Radio
outlet in Turkey. They include:
BARRY BAMPTON
PAUL BERGMAN
RONALD BESERRA
"SMILIN' BILL" BABBITT
NEIL BERG
STEVE BOTOS
BOB BOWER
DON BROWN
PHIL BROWN
HARRY BURNS
JAN CLAIRE
KING CONNER
DAVE DECKER
"BOBBY DELL" DELGIORNO
DAVID DEVLIN
PAUL DU LUDE
BOB DUMAS
FRED KARTH
TEDDY KING
CHAPLAIN WILLIAM KOPELKE
SHERMAN  LEVY
RICH MILLS
PETE MURPHY
NORM DURNFORD
DICK FLOYD
ED GRAY
JACK GROELLE
BOB GUEST
HARRISON HARTMAN
PAUL HATFIELD
BOB HORAN
ROGER LAWSON
KEN MCALEXANDER
CLIFF"CHICK"McCALMONT
CHUCK MOORE
RON POLAND
PETE JOHNSON
DON PORTER
DAVE RADOMSKI
JOEL SCALLON
RONALD STEPHAN
PAUL SUTTON
ED WATTS
LARRY WEBB
BOB WILLETT
DICK WILT
BOB ZULKIE
HARRY HASKENS
RALPH LOCKWOOD
JERRY SPENCER
SKIP ROWE
THE  K T U S   STORY
Gatlinburg
Airchecks
KTUS STAFF AT GATLINBURG REUNION IN 2003:
Front Row (L-R) Chief Engineer Neil Berg, DJ and
Record Librarian Tex Kline, Sportscaster Ed Gray and
Program Director Larry Webb
Back Row (L-R) DJ Dave Radomski, Chief Announcer  
Don Brown, DJ Pete Murphy and DJ Dick Floyd
Larry Webb and Don Brown
share memories of putting KTUS
back on the air for several days
during the 2003
Gatlinburg Reunion.


DJ David Devlin on the air in
the KTUS studio at Mainsite,
Turkey.
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