Titan I Missile.

Confederate Nuclear Missile

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Cordele, Georgia

Along I-75, drivers can glimpse a relic of the Cold War, a Titan I missile. This retired delivery system for nuclear payloads has stood outside Cordele since July 17, 1969, when the local Rotary Club christened it. Rotary Club president and missile-lover John S. Pate Jr. managed to arrange for the 98-ft. ballistic weapon to be donated by the US government, dismantled in California, and shipped to Warner Robins Air Force Base before being trucked here.

A helpful hand-lettered sign at its base describes all this, as well as claiming "This is the site of Confederate Air Force Pad No. 1."

There's a Krystal fast food restaurant adjacent to the missile.

Also see: Titan II Missile Museum

Confederate Nuclear Missile

1815 E 16th Ave .(near), Cordele, GA
On the southbound side of I-75, exit on US Hwy 280 west.
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