TITAN II MISSILE COMPLEX
OXIDIZER HOLDING TRAILER
positioned on the hardstand
see item 5 below
5
REENTRY VEHICLE
being removed by USAF personnel
The Launch Control Center , just past the short cableway had three levels. The entrance was on level two. This area  contained the MCCC and the DMCCC consoles and obviously the launch control equipment.
Level 1 of the launch control center was upstairs and contained a sleeping area, a small kitchen and a bathroom. Each member of the Combat Crew (MCCC, DMCCC, BMAT and MFT) would eventually have time for some sleep. Crews were on alert for 24 hours plus travel and briefing time. The next day they would be off, the day after that could be missile procedures training and then back on alert the following 24 hours. Approximately 90 alerts per crew per year.
DMCCC
seat and console with launch key safe in red. MCCC and DMCCC had access and both were armed
TITAN II MISSILE COMPLEX
topside view
SILO CLOSURE DOOR
THE ESCAPE HATCH
Located on level 3 of the Launch Control Center would take you topside in the event of an evacuation or emergency.
ACCESS PORTAL & BLAST LOCK

1.SHORT CABLEWAY
2.BLAST DOOR
3.REJUVENATION AREA
4.DECOMTAMINATION AREA
5.DECONTAMINATION SHOWER
6.DRESSING ROOM
7.BLAST LOCK ENTRANCE
8.PERSONNEL ENTRANCE
9.FREIGHT ELEVATOR COVER
10.ACCESS STAIRWAY
11.FREIGHT ELEVATOR
BLAST LOCK LAYOUT

1.BLAST DOOR NUMBER 8
2.BLAST LOCK JUNCTION
3.BLAST DOOR NUMBER 9
4.REJUVENATION AREA
5.DECONTAMINATION AREA
6.DECONTAMINATION SHOWER
7.BLAST DAMPER
8.BLAST LOCK
9.BLAST DOOR NUMBER 6
10.BLAST DOOR NUMBER 7
11.MANUAL DAMPER
12.ELECTRICAL INTERFACE
     FILTER GROUP
SURFACE GATE
ACCESS PORTAL
               LAUNCH COMPLEX

1.OXIDIZER DUMP TANK
2.OXIDIZER FLARE STACK
3.SURVEY TRANSFER STATION
4.SIGHT TUBE
5.OXIDIZER HARDSTAND
6.AIR EXHAUST
7.FUEL FLARE STACK
8.SILO CLOSURE DOOR
9.MISSILE SILO
10.CRANE HARDSTAND
11.VALVE PIT
12.FUEL HARDSTAND
13.FUEL DUMP TANK
14.COOLING TOWER PIT
15.TRANSFORMER PIT
16.SURFACE GATE
17.SECURITY FENCE
18.SERVICE ROAD
19.DIESEL STORAGE TANK
20.AIR INTAKE
21.LONG CABLEWAY
22.ACCESS PORTAL
23.CONTROL CENTER
24.AIR INTAKE AND ESCAPE HATCH
25.BLAST LOCK AREA
26.BUMPER PADS
27.DOOR ACCESS PITS
28.CATCH BASIN
29.COMPLEX HARDSTAND
EQUIPMENT ELEVATOR
Access to a Titan Missile Complex was of course, restricted. Personnel would first check with Security Police and obtain information, coded material. Security Police would alert the crew on duty with particulars regarding team size, mission and approximately what time you should arrive. Once at the surface gate, you would use the gate phone to request entry for your team. Next, one team member would go to the access portal and use the phone in the entrapment area. If you coded in correctly and all your information checked out, your teamwould be allowed downstairs to Blast Door 6. If you miscoded or were under duress or just plain screwed up, a security team would be all too happy to "Jack your ass up" and escort you back to base. Not a fun experience.
AS SEEN FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE ACCESS PORTAL,COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE IMAGES OF BLAST DOOR 6 IN THE OPEN POSITION
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B
C
D
E
F
G
H
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2
3
4
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6
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A.  DOOR BUMPER PADS
B.  SILO CLOSURE DOOR
C.  DEFLECTING CASCADE
    VANES
D.  CABLEWAY TUNNEL
E.  AIR INTAKE
F.  WATER TANK
G.  EXHAUST TANK
H.  FLAME DEFLECTOR

1.  LEVEL ONE
2.  LEVEL TWO
3.  LEVEL THREE
4.  LEVEL FOUR
5.  LEVEL FIVE
6.  LEVEL SIX
7.  LEVEL SEVEN
8.  LEVEL EIGHT
9.  LEVEL NINE