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Titan II missile silo
Specifically, the 395c Titan II silo.
Vandenberg Emergency Space Shuttle Landing Strip (0.72 mi / 1.16 km)
Vandernberg AFB (1.51 mi / 2.43 km)
Rocket Launch Tower (2.07 mi / 3.34 km)
Destroyed Titan Test Site (5.72 mi / 9.20 km)
Titan I complex 395-A (5.80 mi / 9.34 km)
Lompoc State Prison (6.49 mi / 10.44 km)
Vandenberg AFB SLC-6 (10.58 mi / 17.02 km)
Mission La Purisima Concepcionn (10.93 mi / 17.58 km)
Minuteman Silo (LF-23) (10.94 mi / 17.60 km)
Historic Swinging Bridge (26.98 mi / 43.42 km)
From: h20polothat's a good guess since Vandenburg was primarily a missile silo base. If you live in California you can see the launches from anywhere in the southern CA area when they do tests launch from there. I'm not sure if it was a minute man silo, but is some sort of silo. Look over the rest of the base, there are a lot, but most deactivated.
Tue Sep 13 22:28:04 -0700 2005
From: Ravendark54I picked one that I figured best to be a silo. Its probably isn't a minuteman silo since minuteman silo were not connected to thei launch command facility, however It doesn't look like what the other ICBM lauch sites would look like as described to me by other websites.
Wed Sep 14 16:09:47 -0700 2005
I live in Northern California and every so often we can see the green exhaust trail from a Vandenberg launch.
From: spacemonkeyThis is a Titan-II site. You can see a Titan-II on display next to the launcher door. Specifically, it's site 395-C. It's kept in a psudo-museum state but it's never open because of safety concerns.
Wed Oct 18 22:47:55 -0700 2006