This is the site of the old East Hanover, NJ Nike Missile Base. It is now gone, covered by condominiums. The streets in the center of the map are where there used to be a bunch of missile silos. If you look off Nike Drive, toward Hornung Road, these now-abandoned homes were once soldier's homes.
The Nike Missiles at this base had small nuclear warheads and were intended to prevent...
September 19, 1980 – An United States Air Force repairman doing routine maintenance in a Titan II ICBM silo in Arkansas drops a wrench socket which rolls off a work platform and falls to the bottom of the silo. The socket strikes the missile, causing a leak from a pressurized fuel tank. The missile complex and surrounding area is evacuated and eight and a half hours later, vapors within the sil...
The entire center coveres 6,717 square kilometers and extends 75 kilometers from north to south and 90 kilometers from east to west. Different facilities are clearly seen, including launch pads, testing and processing buildings, ballistic missile silos, the orbiter Buran, N-1 booster sections.
The McGuire BOMARC site measures approximately 2,500' long by 1,800' wide. It was built with a total of 56 individual BOMARC A missile launch buildings, and an additional 28 individual BOMARC B missile launch buildings. The McGuire BOMARC site was activated in 1959, and was manned by the 46th Air Defense Missile Squadron. It was initially armed with the first-generation IM-99A missile, and was ...
Here is a missile boat in dry dock, with the missile tube doors opened or removed. You can see the size difference compared to the attack sub in the next dry dock. There are a lot of ships at this port. Subs, cruisers, aircraft carriers, etc.
GE Power Fly-by, Colorado River cliffs
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This a tour I prepared to show friends the power of GE software.
The tour basically go up and down a section of the Colorado River showing detailed perspectives and imaginey.
Set the tour controls to zero pause and very slow flying speed (Tools-Options-Control panel)