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Official Tonopah Test Range website

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posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 12:51 AM
Sandia TTR website

Well I see the TTR now has an official website. Can the official Groom Lake website be next? ;-)

posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 01:48 AM
very wild website.......

has their been ufo sitings?

gotta love the mission statement

Tonopah Test Range's mission is to provide Stockpile Evaluation and Research and Development (R&D) test support for the Department of Energy (DOE)/National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) funded weapon projects as well as other Government agencies and their contractors.

posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 02:50 AM
reply to post by antibren

There is a UFO sighting that might be related to the TTR. Here is the link. However if you want to discuss this UFO, please start another thread. I rather have this thread dedicated to the official TTR website rather than distracted by an old though very interesting UFO. Now many UFOs were videotaped by military contractors.

Nellis maybe TTR UFO

posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 02:57 AM

The Telemetry department also provides ancillary equipment support. Pictured above is one of our neutron detectors. The older model utilized an oil bath scintillator but the newer model detector employs plastic scintillators. These neutron detectors are placed in an array around a target and detects/records any neutron activity that occurs.

So why would you need a portable remote sensed neutron detector?

posted on Dec, 15 2010 @ 09:14 PM
B-52 60-0049 at the TTR

The 49th Test and Evaluation Squadron at Barksdale AFB, La., perfects lethality by executing conventional and nuclear Operational Test & Evaluation, directing Nuclear Weapon Systems Evaluation Program and developing tactics, techniques and procedures to maximize B-52 readiness, optimize CAF integration, and validate national defense capabilities. The 49th TES executes conventional OT&E to increase B-52 capabilities through improvements in sensors, weapons, communications, and navigation systems. The squadron also plans, executes, analyzes, and reports ACC's $50 million annual air-delivered NucWSEP (Combat Sledgehammer). Reliability data for nuclear capable aircraft (B-52, B-2, F-15 and F-16) and weapons (all nuclear bombs and cruise missiles) is reported to USSTRATCOM for inclusion in their annual strategic war plan update. The 49th TES is the Air Force's premier cruise missile test organization, launching approximately 6-12 conventional and nuclear cruise missiles each year.


Elgin fact sheet

Nothing on the internet indicating details of this test.

posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 01:52 AM
On the top of the first page of the official TTR website is the notation "department 2915." Reviewing a few documents from Sandia Labs, it appears that 2915 is the TTR. That is the TTR is department 2915 of Sandia. In the Sandia newsletters, employees have their department listed after their name.

see department 2915 employees on page 6

department 2915 employee on page 5

posted on Dec, 25 2010 @ 02:29 AM
Checking this map, it appears that the first building encountered when entering the TTR from the Cedar Gate are owned or run by Lockheed Martin.

route to the TTR via Cedar Gate

The guard shack is located at 37°44'31.76"N 116°13'32.70"W
Thirteen miles out (based on the map) is 37°44'8.40"N 116°28'4.39"W
Looking at the map, I would say they mean the buildings at 37°44'11.48"N 116°29'46.20"W

Note that map incorrectly lists one of the roads as 118. It is actually 318. When the base reads this post, maybe they will fix the map. ;-)
edit on 25-12-2010 by gariac because: added note about map error

posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 02:09 PM
TTR open for business

I dug this up in a Sandia newsletter. It appears that the "openess" for the Sandia portion of the TTR has been in the works prior to their website going online.

Note that the TTR has Sandia and USAF elements. The USAF thus far isn't upping its public image regarding the base.

posted on Aug, 27 2016 @ 07:42 PM
TTR official website 2016

I noticed the official TTR website was upgraded recently. The changes are minor. The maps are now satellite images with traces rather than hand drawn maps. They have a new photo of the inside of the Sandia control tower. (To be clear here, only the DOJ part of the base has a website. There is no USAF information.)

The only thing I noticed that is new about the facilities is the cameras are all digital.

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