Atomic Burger

Titan Missile. Burger joint and intercontinental nuclear missile, Georgia

Burger joint and intercontinental nuclear missile, Georgia

A mighty Titan missile next to the interstate  I-75 in Georgia.

The plaque reads:
The Rotary Club of Cordele initiated this project, a dream of its President, John S. Pate, Jr. The dream became reality when Confederate Air Force Pad No. I was christened July 17, 1969.

IHDAP Strangelove Collection

Launch of Titan A3
Vintage silver gelatin print. 8×10 inch, 1959
IHDAP Strangelove Collection

 



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