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Report - Greenham Common GAMA (GLCM Alert and Maintenance Area)

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by vwdirtboy, Apr 27, 2010.

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    Where Greenham Common, Newbury. Berkshire

    When April 2010

    Who Toad, Petzl, Sheep, Jonas, Kempes, Hpipe & Myself


    GAMA (GLCM Alert and Maintenance Area)

    These shelters were specially designed and constructed to protect the GLCMs and crews against nuclear and conventional strikes. They were about 10 m high, with a reinforced 2 m thick concrete ceiling. Below was a massive titanium plate, 3 m of sand and a reinforced concrete plate. The shelters were completely covered with tons of clay. Each shelter was equipped with three hydraulic nuclear blast proof doors at both ends to assure a quick entry or exit. They were designed to withstand the blast of an air-bursting nuclear explosion above the base or a direct hit from a 2,500 lb (1,100 kg) conventional bomb.
    Each shelter contained 2 LCC Launch Control Centers and 4 TEL transporter erector launchers. Each unit was mobile and supposed to leave the base in convoys to their secret preset dispersal sites. This would happen within minutes after the alert and the movement was via the local roads through the surrounding villages.


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