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RTRLILD
August 25, 2005
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile streaks through the sky of Vandenberg in...
Vandenberg, UNITED STATES
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile streaks through the sky of Vandenberg in...
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile streaks through the sky of Vandenberg in California. An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile streaks through the sky of Vandenberg in California August 25, 2005. The missile's single unarmed re-entry vehicle is expected to travel approximately 6759 km (4200 miles) in about 30 minutes, hitting a pre-determined target at the Ronald Reagan Test Site near the Kwajalein Atoll in the western chain of the Marshall Islands. The Minuteman is a strategic weapon system using a ballistic missile of intercontinental range.
ROCKET LAUNCH
RTR154AD
September 19, 2002
The contrail from the launch of a unarmed Minuteman III missle test
from Vandenberg Air Force Base,...
Los Angeles, United States of America
MINUTEMAN III MISSLE TEST IS SEEN OVER SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SKIES.
The contrail from the launch of a unarmed Minuteman III missle test
from Vandenberg Air Force Base, north of Santa Barbara, California
lights up the night sky in Los Angeles, September 19, 2002. The two
unarmed re-entry vehicles were expected to travel 4,200 miles in 30
minutes and strike targets in the Marshall Islands, according to the
United States Air Force. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP
ROCKET LAUNCH
RTRAR4W
September 19, 2002
The contrail from the launch of a unarmed Minuteman III missle test
from Vandenberg Air Force Base north...
Los Angeles, United States of America
MINUTEMAN III MISSLE TEST LIGHTS UP LOS ANGELES SKY.
The contrail from the launch of a unarmed Minuteman III missle test
from Vandenberg Air Force Base north of Santa Barbara, California
lights up the night sky in Los Angeles September 19, 2002. The two
unarmed re-entry vehicles were expected to travel 4,200 miles in 30
minutes and strike targets in the Marshall Islands, according to the
United States Air Force. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP
MINUTEMAN LAUNCH
RTR7TBK
July 17, 2002
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile lifts off
from the launch pad successfully...
Vandenberg Afb, United States of America
MINUTEMAN MISSLE IS LAUNCHED FROM VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE.
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile lifts off
from the launch pad successfully in the early morning hours July 17,
2002 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The mission was part
of the Force Development Evaluation Program, which tests the
reliability and accuracy of the weapon system. REUTERS/U.S. Air
Force/Handout

FSP
COLD WAR MISSILES
RTXKPN4
August 24, 2001
Minuteman III Missile Silo 'Hotel-22' is demolished with explosives in the North Dakota countryside near...
Petersburg, USA
Minuteman III Missile Silo 'Hotel-22' is demolished with explosives in the North Dakota countryside .....
Minuteman III Missile Silo 'Hotel-22' is demolished with explosives in the North Dakota countryside near the town of Petersburg, August 24, 2001. H-22 was the 149th and last silo to be dismantled and imploded under the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty I signed by then [U.S. President George Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev] in July of 1991.
COLD WAR MISSILES
RTRLWIY
August 24, 2001
Minuteman III Missile Silo 'Hotel-22' is demolished with explosives in
the North Dakota countryside...
Petersburg, United States of America
LAST MINUTEMAN III MISSILE SILO DESTROYED IN NORTH DAKOTA UNDER SALT I
TREATY.
Minuteman III Missile Silo 'Hotel-22' is demolished with explosives in
the North Dakota countryside near the town of Petersburg August 24,
2001. H-22 was 149th and last silo to be dismantled and imploded under
the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty I signed by then U. S. President
George Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev in July of 1991.

AC
COLD WAR MISSILES
RTRLWIS
August 24, 2001
A before and after view of Minuteman III Missile Silo 'Hotel-22' is
shown in the North Dakota countryside...
Petersburg, United States of America
BEFORE AND AFTER VIEW OF MINUTEMAN III MISSILE SILO DESTROYED UNDER
SALT I.
A before and after view of Minuteman III Missile Silo 'Hotel-22' is
shown in the North Dakota countryside near the town of Petersburg,
August 24, 2001. H-22 was the 149th and last silo to be dismantled and
imploded under the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty I signed by then U.
S. President George Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev in July
of 1991.

AC/ME
COLD WAR MISSILES
RTRLWIB
August 24, 2001
A civilian contractor prepares explosives prior to the destruction of a
Minuteman III missile silo in...
Petersburg, United States of America
CIVILIAN CONTRACTOR PREPARES EXPLOSIVES FOR DEMOLITION OF MISSILE SITE.
A civilian contractor prepares explosives prior to the destruction of a
Minuteman III missile silo in the North Dakota countryside near the
town of Petersburg, August 24, 2001. H-22 was the 149th and last silo
to be dismantled and imploded under the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty
I signed by then U. S. President George Bush and Soviet President
Mikhail Gorbachev in July of 1991.

AC/ME
COLD WAR MISSILES
RTRLWHN
August 24, 2001
U.S. Airforce officers hold souvenir pieces of concrete from a
destroyed Minuteman III missile silo...
Petersburg, United States of America
AIRFORCE OFFICERS WITH SOUVENIR PIECES OF DESTROYED MISSILE SILO.
U.S. Airforce officers hold souvenir pieces of concrete from a
destroyed Minuteman III missile silo in the countryside of North Dakota
August 24, 2001. The site known as 'Hotel-22' was the 149th and last
silo to be dismantled and imploded under the Strategic Arms Reduction
Treaty I signed by then U. S. President George Bush and Soviet
President Mikhail Gorbachev in July of 1991.

AC/ME
COLD WAR MISSILES
RTRLWGQ
August 24, 2001
Minuteman III Missile Silo 'Hotel-22' is demolished with explosives in
the North Dakota countryside...
Petersburg, United States of America
LAST MINUTEMAN III MISSILE SILO DESTROYED IN NORTH DAKOTA UNDER SALT I
TREATY.
Minuteman III Missile Silo 'Hotel-22' is demolished with explosives in
the North Dakota countryside near the town of Petersburg, August 24,
2001. H-22 was the 149th and last silo to be dismantled and imploded
under the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty I signed by then U.S.
President George Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev in July of
1991.

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