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USAr / NATO Longare

Last modified: 10 Oct 2019, submitted by: Joker

Country: Italy    Region: Vicenza

Locale: Longare

Latitude: 45° 28' 49" N     Longitude: 11° 36' 2" E

Area use / Military Branches: Closed

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US Army / NATO Longare (Site Pluto) 1955-1992
Former underground storage for nuclear weapons (grenades, missile warheads and mines)
Site had been excavated in a mountain

Note: The site is being restructured for future US operations

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