Titan II Missile Base

Titan II Missile Base
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Titan II Raketenbasis, Tucson Arizona

Titan II Rakete

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Rocket gear

The only museum in the world where you can see the ballistic ICBMs from the Cold War. Still looks inside and out as it has looked in the twenty years (1967-1987) while it was on alert. Except that the missile is no longer fueled and the nuclear warhead has been removed.

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