Cape Canaveral Complex 19

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By robsv @ 2005-08-03 18:06:26
Complex 19 was built in the late 1950’s to support Titan launches. In 1963, it was turned over to NASA and rebuilt to support Titan II launches for the Gemini program. It supported a total of twelve Gemini missions until it was deactivated in 1967.
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