Fort Sill, Oklahoma: Atomic Cannon

The only gun designed to hurl a nuclear shell at an enemy. On display outdoors at Fort Sill.

U.S. Army Field Artillery and Fort Sill Museum

Address:
437 Quanah Rd, Fort Sill, OK
Directions:
U.S. Army Field Artillery and Fort Sill Museum. Displayed outdoors. I-44 exit 41 (Key Gate). West on Sheridan Road, then immediate right on Randolph Rd. Drive one-half mile. The cannon is on the left, just past the museum, at the corner of Randolph and Geronimo Rds.
Phone:
580-442-5123
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Atomic cannon is on display at Ft. Sill. Atomic Annie - An Atomic Cannon

Atomic Annie is just one of the many large caliber weapons, some dating back to the Civil War, which are on display inside Fort Sill.

[Joe Boulter, 10/13/2007]

One of several Cold War-era atomic cannons on display around the nation.

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