Broken Arrow - Titan II Missile Site 374-7

Broken Arrow - Titan II Missile Site 374-7


Damascus, Arkansas (AR), US
On 19 September 1980; routine maintenance on a Titan II Missile almost wiped out the state of Arkansas. A resulting explosion killed one person; and injured 21 more. Broken Arrow refers to incidents involving Nuclear Missiles. There have been 32 in total.

News story below marks the 33rd anniversary of Site 374-7. The other missiles sites listed in the article contain co-ordinates of the other sites. Little is visible; other than a typical circular mound, building foundation and paved access road. The sites have all been de-commissioned and reclaimed.

http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2014/03/24/eric-schlosser-stuck-in-a-hole-with-a-leaky-nuclear-missile/
On 19 September 1980; routine maintenance on a Titan II Missile almost wiped out the state of Arkansas. A resulting explosion killed one person; and injured 21 more. Broken Arrow refers to incidents involving Nuclear Missiles. There have been 32 in total.

News story below marks the 33rd anniversary of Site 374-7. The other missiles sites listed in the article contain co-ordinates of the other sites. Little is visible; other than a typical circular mound, building foundation and paved access road. The sites have all been de-commissioned and reclaimed.

http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2014/03/24/eric-schlosser-stuck-in-a-hole-with-a-leaky-nuclear-missile/
View in Google Earth In The News, Military - Missile Sites
Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: KRL

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