A rare look inside America’s underground nuclear missile defense system – The Denver Channel

First Lt. Ramon Ayoade, the combat crew commander with the 321 Missile Squadron, is constantly awaiting word from the US military’s chain of command.

He was sitting in front of what can hardly be described as state-of-the-art-looking computers. From a 1960s era console, he and another airman control 10 of our country’s 400 nuclear missiles.

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