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David De Lancey U.S. Army (Retired) said:   December 20, 2011 2:48 pm PST
Great website. I remember seeing the Cromwell IFC in operation as a youngster. You could see the RADOMES from 91 Northbound side. Love to see more operational photos. Cold War History is my passion.

Ray Berggren said:   December 14, 2011 9:41 am PST
As a Cub Scout a long time ago, we visited the Plainville site and got to see the big steel doors open and watch a missile rise out of the shelter and point east. Later we visited the radar site.

Geoffrey May said:   December 11, 2011 6:47 am PST
Moore's steam driven saw mill at the end of Duncaster Road in Bloomfield had a contract cutting Tungsten for missile parts.Apparantly they had the strongest blade in the state

Claire Johansen said:   December 9, 2011 2:19 pm PST
Haven't browsed the site yet. I was a baby, but want to know more. TY for being here.

Terry Andrews said:   November 27, 2011 5:03 pm PST
Excellent site, its nice to know that that Cold War, Civil Defense is being recorded. I have a Community Shelter Plan for Ohio County, Kentucky, May 1969. It lists Community Shelters as being at the Fort Hartford Mine, Olaton, and Occupant Only Shelters as being at Beaver Dam High School and McHenry Grade School.

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