Hahahaha... You are a total FOOL..? the Air Force said it was only as "an added precaution" that an armored car was hurriedly parked atop a Minuteman 3 silo after the nuclear missile inside gave off false signals suggesting it was about ...
Hahahaha... You are a total FOOL..? the Air Force said it was only as "an added precaution" that an armored car was hurriedly parked atop a Minuteman 3 silo after the nuclear missile inside gave off false signals suggesting it was about to launch itself
pop quiz hot shot (no not shoot the hostage) without google first major city building with a steel frame entirely supporting its weight and the stone/cement just there to keep the wind out (clue; its position and required narrow profile forced the decision on the architects )?
im going back to architecture studies at A level in the 80s so theres a tiny chance ive remembered wrong but im holding myself to the same no google
I looked a bit, the only incident I could find at all about a missile silo self-arming was in 1984 here in the states. The military parked a tank on top of the silo as a precaution so the missiles would hit the tank instead if they were going to go off. The whole thing was because of a computer malfunction that prompted a light sequence that was the same as the light sequence of an actual missile launch. I did find these two films you might really enjoy, one has footage from the Vashon missile silo. Also look up anything on youtube with Alistair Cooke in it. I really like him
you could probably even throw a couple of 767s at the empire state without bringing it down its the most over constructed building on earth because they REALLY didnt want it falling down as it was new tech its got i beams on its i beams and more cross bracing than imaginable so that when they did the refit a while back they could tear out multiple floors and the inner walls without harming its integrity one b..