This is the Nike Missile radar base located in Livingston, NJ. The base sits high atop a hill and is now an art park.
The radar base was set here to control Nike missiles which would have been launched from the base in East Hanover, NJ, just a few miles away. (Have a look at the file I uploaded previously for the East Hanover Nike missile base.)
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...
From top to bottom: CT-39, F-80, F-100, F-105, F-86, F-4.
Across road to east: F-15
Kadena Air Base is a United States Air Force base located in the towns of Kadena and Chatan and the city of Okinawa, in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Kadena Air Base is the hub of U.S. airpower in the Pacific, and home to the USAF's 18th Wing and a variety of associate units.
Vladivostok is Russia's main naval base in the East and headquarters of the Russian Pacific Fleet.
During the Soviet era, Vladivostok had a complement of at least 65 major surface combat ships, 50 nuclear and 25 non-nuclear submarines.
Former Soviet/East German MiG-29 Fulcrum base near Eberswald. Now a small museum with over 25 planes from 1945-85 mainly from the East German Air Force. Incl. MiG-25, MiG-23, MiG-21, Il-14, Su-17, Tu-134, AN-2, Mi-8
More information (in german): http://www.luftfahrt-museum-finowfurt.de/
Vertical aerial photograph from 17,200 feet altitude, looking directly down on East Loch and on the Fleet Air Base on Ford Island. Taken on 3 May 1940, after the conclusion of Fleet Problem XXI, and just prior to the 7 May receipt of word that the Fleet was to be retained in Hawaiian waters.
There are eight battleships and the carrier Yorktown (CV-5) tied up along the island's sout...
The CIA Drone base in Pakistan where UAV's could be seen until a recent article exposed the base. This is a new photo but much has changed at the base, including new hangers and a US made explosive resistant barrier surrounding the perimeter.
The Batman Bridge is the first cable-stayed bridge in Australia crossing the Tamar River in northern Tasmania. The bridge is on the Batman Highway connecting the West Tamar Highway to the East Tamar Highway.
The bridge's deck is supported by a single A-frame pylon constructed on the west bank of the Tamar river, on a solid dolerite rock base. The east bank being soft clay is not capable ...
Although Al Asad is now the largest US Marine base in western Anbar province this image was taken before large scale repair/development took place. You can see Marine helicopters dispersed around the field and hardened shelters with conspicuous war damage. Some Iraqi fighters are well dispersed in the desert to the east.
A well reported massive sandstorm at the base indicates the scale o...
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