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The Titan Missile Museum, also known as Air Force Facility Missile Site 8 or as Titan II ICBM Site 571-7, is a former ICBM missile site located at 1580 West Duval Mine Road, Sahuarita, Arizona in the United States.

It is located about 40 km (25 miles) south of Tucson on I-19. It is now a museum run by the nonprofit Arizona Aerospace Foundation and includes an inert Titan II intercontinental ballistic missile in the silo, as well as the original launch facilities.

The Titan Missile Silo Center was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1994.

The underground facilities consist of a three-level Launch Control Center, the eight level silo containing the missile and its related equipment, and the connecting structures of cableways (access tunnels), blast locks, and the access portal and equipment elevator. The complex was built of steel reinforced concrete with walls as much as 8-foot-thick (2.4 m) in some areas, and a number of 3-ton blast doors sealed the various areas from the surface and each other.

The top level of the silo permits viewing the silo missile doors. Level 3 houses a large diesel generator. Level 7 provides access to the lowest part of the launch duct. Visitors on the "Beyond the Blast Doors" tour are allowed to stand directly underneath the missile. Level 8, at 140 ft (43 m) underground, houses the propellant pumps.


How To Get There:

The Titan Missile Museum is located approximately 25 miles south of Tucson, Arizona, at 1580 W. Duval Mine Rd., Sahuarita, Arizona.

From Tucson, take I-l9 south toward Green Valley and Nogales.

Exit I-19 at Duval Mine Road (exit 69).

Turn west on Duval Mine Road. Follow the signs to the Titan Missile National Historic Landmark. The entrance to the museum is on the north side of the road approximately l/l0 mile past the intersection of La Canada and Duval Mine Road.


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Elevator & Stairway Into
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Silo Closure Doors At
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Blast Door At Cableway.
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Cableway (Access Tunnel).
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The Titan II Warhead.
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Titan II Missile. Lower Part.
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Rocket Fuel Tanker.
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