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The U.S. Military Came Up with a Crazy Idea to Make Sure Its Nukes Survived a Russian Attack

Dave Majumdar Security, Hollow-out a mountain in the Sierra Nevada range to create a super-hardened fortress The Cold War arms race between the United States and the Soviet Union produced many innovative ideas on how best to ensure the survivability of each side’s nuclear deterrent. Among the stranger ideas that emerged was a concept proposed by what was then the Aerospace Corporation under a program called Golden Arrow—launched in 1964.
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