S1E4 – Owning a Titan II Missile Silo – The Above Ground Tour – YouTube Video

This video was chosen before I found out my brother-in-law, Dwight – Rest In Peace to My Brother-in-law, Dwight T., Retired USAF Veteran Died November 15, 2019, had passed away on Friday the 15th. Dwight retired from the Air Force after 20 years. During his early days, he was involved with missile silos, notably the ones near Rapid City, South Dakota. Later, he was an Electronic Warfare instructor at Keesler Air Force Base before becoming a EW supervisor at Keesler. Amazing that I chose this video Sunday before learning from my brother Dwight had died.

This is the second Titan II missile silo being renovated, both in Arkansas, with a possible third one to be renovated around Wichita, Kansas.

S1E4 – Owning a Titan II Missile Silo – The Above Ground Tour – YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJlBh4WDNDY (about 12:38 minutes long)

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5 Responses to S1E4 – Owning a Titan II Missile Silo – The Above Ground Tour – YouTube Video

  1. Pingback: Wimmera-Mallee Silo Art – Rochester — Julie Powell – Photographer & Graphic Artist | Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

  2. GP Cox says:

    May Dwight have calm skies on his final flight.

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    • I forgot to put the link to my post about his passing; corrected now.

      I talked to my sister for 50 minutes last night once I saw my brother’s Facebook message. She meets with the funeral home today to discuss arrangements. I thought he was going to be buried in the Biloxi V. A. Cemetery, but my cousin offered them to be buried in a family plot on her property. She later offered that portion of the property to my niece so she can visit his grave whenever she wants.

      I will post the obit once it goes online which may be later today or tomorrow.

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