Hagerstown Maryland Map

Continuity of Government Facility, Hagerstown Southeast of Hagerstown is another FEMA Continuity of Government (COG) facility. This facility is also believed to be intended for housing civilian second-tier... Read more

Boonsboro Maryland Map

Continuity of Government Facility, Boonsboro Clearly visible from several roads in the Boonsboro area is a FEMA Continuity of Government (COG) facility. This facility is located atop Lambs... Read more


Alternate National Warning Facility, Olney Manned 24 hours a day, this is FEMA’s backup facility to Mt. Weather. In the event of a national emergency, this facility could... Read more

Paducah Kentucky Map

Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant, Paducah There’s more than just moonshine brewing in the hills of Kentucky. Since 1952, the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant has been cranking out enriched... Read more


Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, Idaho Falls Since its founding in 1949, 52 nuclear reactors the largest concentration of nuclear reactors in the world have been operated... Read more

Pueblo Colorado Map

Pueblo Chemical Depot, Pueblo The Pueblo Chemical Depot is located approximately 15 miles east of Pueblo, two miles north of the Arkansas River. It was first used as... Read more

Garfield County Colorado Map

Project Rulison Test Site, Garfield County On September 10, 1969, the Atomic Energy Commission conducted a 43-kiloton underground atomic bomb test in western Garfield County to see if... Read more

Lompoc Colorado Map

Buckley Air Force Base, Aurora 2. Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center, Colorado Springs 3. Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado Springs 4. Project Rulison Test Site, Garfield County 5. Pueblo... Read more

Fort Huachuca, Huachuca City Map

What do you do with a frontier Army post when you’re finished exterminating those annoying Native Americans? Train military spooks, of course! A now-declassified 1997 “white paper” described... Read more

Gakona Alaska Map

However, there is plenty to suggest HAARP is being used for far more than just research. When radio waves strike a metallic object, they set up tiny electrical... Read more

Mauritius Map

It was the middle of one of the coldest winters I had ever experienced. The persistent sub zero temperatures made me feel as though I had cabin fever... Read more

Belgium Map Tourist Attractions

CONTINUOUS EXPANSION The economic development of our provinces dates back to the Middle Ages. It has been maintained throughout the centuries, surviving the vicissitudes of history. In recent... Read more

Belgium Map

GHENT The ‘Queen of the Flanders’, which name it owes to its cloak of flowers, churches, halls and patrician residences, is modernising just as feverishly as its sister... Read more