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“Damascus” – One Summer Night in Arkansas

In September 1980, an explosion at an ICBM site near Little Rock, Arkansas, may have been potentially the worst nuclear accident in the history of the world. There was only one fatality, and millions of Americans woke up the next morning in blissful ignorance of what could have been. Explore how and why it happened, and the mysterious disappearance of the “nine-megaton” warhead sitting atop the Titan II ICBM that blew up in its silo.

Instructor

Stephen Isaacson

Steve Isaacson is a former Missile Launch Officer (Deputy Missile Combat Crew Commander) in the United States Air Force (1966-1970). He is a former ICBM crew instructor and Protocol “launch briefer” at Vandenberg AFB (CA) on the Pacific Missile Range ... read more

Date: Mon, Apr 12, 2021

Delivery Method: Face-to-Face

Time: 12:30-1:45pm CT

Location: To Be Announced

Instructor: Stephen Isaacson

Fee: $10

Enrollment Limit: 300

Program Number: SPRI:380

Registration opens Tue, Jan 12, 2021.
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