Special Report

Nuclear Silos, Bunkers, and Other Cold War Sites to Visit in the US

Source: Public Domain / Wikimedia Commons

X-10 Graphite Reactor
> Where: Oak Ridge, Tennessee
> What it is: First nuclear production reactor in the world

Source: Courtesy of South Dakota Air & Space Museum via Facebook

South Dakota Air & Space Museum
> Where: Box Elder, South Dakota
> What it is: Extensive collection and archive of Cold War aircraft, artifacts, and documents

Delta-09 Missile Silo, Delta-01 Launch Control Facility
> Where: Near Wall, South Dakota
> What it is: Minuteman I & II launch facility

Source: Courtesy of The Cold War Museum via Facebook

The Cold War Museum
> Where: Warrenton, Virginia
> What it is: Museum on the grounds of the former Vint Hill Farms Station, a top secret Army signals intelligence base

Source: Public Domain / Wikimedia Commons

Hanford Site
> Where: Richland, Washington
> What it is: Decommissioned nuclear production complex

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