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The Titan Missile Musem

Friday, 8th April 2005 by

The Titan Missile Museum in AZ is the only publicly accessible Titan II missile site in the USA. Zoom in and note the tiny black half-circle… that’s the half-open silo. It’s kept that way so the “soviets” can peer inside with their satellites and see that it’s not an active missile site any more. Thanks Allen Ormond.

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