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|This Royal Thai Army base has large storage areas for what appears to be a very quiet base. They seem very modern weapons areas (revetted and regularly spaced). |
I would like opinions on what the other modern buildings to the south of the site are used for.
|Kirtland Underground Munitions Storage Complex (KUMSC)|
This is the biggest underground storage for nuclear weapons in the world. More than 3,000 warheads are stored there. If you zoom in, you can see many gates which lead to the storage complex in the mountain range. And you can also see that the complete area is fenced around several times on a broad stripe.
|Desert airport, with some aircraft maintenance facilities, and large airliners in storage. Originally called "Storage Depot #41," Kingman was a major storage airport for airplanes returning from WWII. ||06/14/2007||716|
|In November 2004, IHI Marine United Inc. (IHIMU) completed SANHA LPG FPSO, a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) floating production storage and offloading unit, and delivered it to Single Buoy Moorings Inc. of Monaco, which placed an order to IHIMU in May 2002; this FPSO is now in operation in the Sanha District of Angola in West Africa. |
SANHA LPG FPSO is the first floating storage f...
|Faslane nuclear submarine base is home to the United Kingdomís strategic nuclear deterrent and the headquarters of the Royal Navy in Scotland.|
RNAD Coulport, eight miles from Faslane, is responsible for the storage, processing, maintenance and issue of the Trident Weapon System and the ammunitioning task for all submarine embarked weapons.
|I think this place is used for long or short term storage of furniture etc for the general public||02/08/2009||400|
|A massive storage reservoir, Lake Argyle formed where the Ord River enters the Carr-Boyd Ranges 160 kilometres southeast of Wyndham. Lake Argyle is now the largest fresh water storage in mainland Australia. Its storage capacity is 10,760 million cubic metres of water or about 9 times the water volume of Sydney Harbour.||09/08/2005||631|
|The 2005 Hertfordshire Oil Storage Terminal fire was caused by a series of explosions early on the morning of 11 December 2005. The terminal, generally known as the Buncefield Depot, is an oil storage facility located near the M1 motorway on the edge of Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire, England. These were some of the largest explosions ever to occur in the country, and the incident has been de...||07/04/2007||759|
|Lots of bunkers and storage facilities for planes at this Jordanian air base.||10/28/2006||642|
|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.||10/31/2005||1,414|
|US Nuclear Weapons Storage at Lakenheath Airfield, Britain (with overlay).||07/12/2005||2,601|
|14 June 1944 |
The Air Force was still slaving away at German oil. The Group bombardiers were still hot. With CAVU weather, no enemy fighters, and only slight flak the 461st got 39 percent of its bombs within 1000 feet of the center of impact on the oil storage installations at Szony, Hungary.