Maybe someone knows what this construction is for. It's located at Kirtland Air Force Base in the south of Albuquerque, New Mexico. This AFB includes laboratories and ranges to develope and test new weapons. It's also the biggest underground storage in the world for nuclear warheads.
Aircraft is shown in compact storage configuration.
The Air Force's first operational CV-22 Osprey was delivered to the 58th Special Operations Wing (58th SOW) at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico on 20 March 2006. This and subsequent aircraft will become part of the 58th SOW's fleet of aircraft used for training pilots and crew members for special operations use.
The Nakwon munitions complex after being bombed by SHORAN-equipped B-29s of FEAFís Bomber Command. The main building of the grenade factory was totally destroyed and 31 other buildings were either destroyed or badly damaged.
See also: http://www.googleearthhacks.com/dlfile19042/Nakwon-Munitions-Plant,-1952.htm
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An aerial reconnaissance photograph of the Nakwon Munitions Plant near Sinuiju, North Korea, 18 August 1952. FEAF officials believed that the 1,350,000-square foot arsenal was producing up to 5,000 hand grenades daily.
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