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Originally posted by DClark
In which direction is the one about 80 miles from NORAD??
Of course, there is one at FEMA in Denver. But it is very small.
Originally posted by dragonrider
Called the Subterrene, the Los Almos machine looks like a vicious giant mole.
From the history of the Cape Henlopen State Park:
With the onset of World War II, the U.S. Army established a military base at Cape Henlopen in 1941. Bunkers and gun emplacements were camouflaged among the dunes, and concrete observation towers were built along the coast to spot enemy ships. In 1964, the Department of Defense declared 543 acres of the Cape lands as surplus property. The State of Delaware accepted the property and established Cape Henlopen State Park.
Originally posted by Researcher
I work at 3 of the sites mentioned here ( travel intensive job ). And I work at the Nevada Test Site, where I frequently work in tunnels.
All the dirt that comes out of the tunnel has to go somewhere. Frequently it is used to make artificial terraces around the tunnel. This soil is a different color and composition than the pre-tunneling operation surface.
Mining equipment is vast, ungainly and requires constant attention from trained specialists. These specialists are highly paid union members ( a miner I know at NTS makes $98 an hour! An HVAC guy I know there makes $30/hr. But he just got hired ).
If there are underground bases at these locations, there are miners unions, operators unions, highly paid union miners, and vast ugly pieces of hard rock mining gear that can't possibly be confused for anything else.
I don't see these things at the sites I work at.