Military Wednesday - US Cold War Bunkers

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Wednesday, Dec 22 2010 by

A military bunker is a hardened shelter, often buried partly or fully underground, designed to protect the inhabitants from falling bombs or other attacks. They were used extensively in World War I, World War II, and the Cold War for weapons facilities, command and control centers,, and storage facilities (for example, in the event of nuclear war).

Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center (Birds Eye)
Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center

Mount Weather (Google Maps)
Mount Weather
Mount Pony - Federal Bunker (Google Maps)
Mount Pony - Federal Bunker

FEMA Federal Regional Bunker - Region I (Birds Eye)
FEMA Federal Regional Bunker - Region I

FEMA Federal Region Bunker - Region X (Birds Eye)
FEMA Federal Region Bunker - Region X

FEMA Federal Region Bunker - Region VI (Google Maps)
FEMA Federal Region Bunker - Region VI
FEMA Federal Region Bunker - Region IV (Google Maps)
FEMA Federal Region Bunker - Region IV

FEMA Federal Region Bunker - Region VIII (Google Maps)
FEMA Federal Region Bunker - Region VIII

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