Cavalier AFS opens doors to the public

Attendees of the Cavalier Air Force Station open house July 10 had a chance to tour the operations building, shown here, which is the heart of the Radar and spacetrack mission. The building is 121 feet tall with outside walls that are eight and a half feet thick. The building is designed to withstand a near-miss nuclear missile. The open was held as a way for people within the local community to learn about the mission and capabilities of Cavalier AFS as well as the Air Force and military in general. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Anastasia Wasem)

PHOTO BY: st Lt. Anastasia Wasem
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