“I feel the need, the need for speed” does not apply to only to Naval Aviation, it applies to (former) US Army facilities as well…
Over several weekends, the team from the Computer Deconstruction laboratory and the Vintage Computing Federation installed new fiber optic cables to support the Museum’s continuous expansion and communication needs at 10GB speeds.
The end result is a campus-wide, fault tolerant network that was designed to support data, telecommunications, and video systems throughout the National Historic Landmark.
IMAGES:  Ken Gober on the boom lift & Dan Jacobs connecting the 10GB network switches