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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cooperstown, North Dakota

 
Clickable Map of Griggs County, North Dakota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Griggs County, ND (15) Barnes County, ND (15) Eddy County, ND (2) Foster County, ND (1) Nelson County, ND (2) Steele County, ND (1) Stutsman County, ND (18)  GriggsCounty(15) Griggs County (15)  BarnesCounty(15) Barnes County (15)  EddyCounty(2) Eddy County (2)  FosterCounty(1) Foster County (1)  NelsonCounty(2) Nelson County (2)  SteeleCounty(1) Steele County (1)  StutsmanCounty(18) Stutsman County (18)
Cooperstown is the county seat for Griggs County
Cooperstown is in Griggs County
      Griggs County (15)  
ADJACENT TO GRIGGS COUNTY
      Barnes County (15)  
      Eddy County (2)  
      Foster County (1)  
      Nelson County (2)  
      Steele County (1)  
      Stutsman County (18)  
 
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1 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — Griggs County Court HouseErected - 1885
This building has been placed on the Register of Historic Places. One of the oldest public buildings in N. Dak.Map (db m232224) HM
2 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — Launch Facility SecurityRonald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site — November-33 Launch Facility —
The November-33 Launch Facility (LF), which held a nuclear missile from 1966 to 1997, was unstaffed for nearly all of its history. Rather than securing the LFs (like November-33) of the 321st Strategic Missile Wing with continually on-site, armed . . . Map (db m169341) HM
3 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — Launcher Closure DoorRonald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site — November-33 Launch Facility —
In front of you is a 107½-ton, 4½-foot-thick, wedge-shaped launcher closure door. Between 1966 and 1997, a few feet below this door was a nuclear-tipped Minuteman missile. The most important mission of the launcher closure door was to . . . Map (db m169340) HM
4 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — Missile MaintenanceRonald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site - — November-33 Launch Facility —
The Minuteman missile system depended upon knowledgeable and skilled maintainers to ensure its reliability. Missile maintenance was divided into a number of specialized fields. Air Force enlisted personnel were placed on one of the specialized . . . Map (db m169342) HM
5 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — Missile TransportRonald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site — November-33 Launch Facility —
Transporting missiles and their nuclear warheads was not an easy task. However, it was critical that it be done smoothly and efficiently. The Minuteman missile system relied on a process of remove, repair and replace - it was essential that all . . . Map (db m169339) HM
6 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — More than Meets the EyeRonald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site — November-33 Launch Facility —
The launch facility consists of three major below ground features: the launch tube (or silo), the launcher equipment room (LER), and the launcher equipment building (LEB). These features were built to monitor and protect the missile while keeping it . . . Map (db m169343) HM
7 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — November-33: "Ace in the Hole"Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site — November-33 Launch Facility —
You are on the access road to November-33 - one of 150 Launch Facilities (LF) of the 321st Strategic Missile Wing (SMW) of Grand Forks Air Force Base. In this underground silo, from 1966 to 1997, one of humankind's most powerful weapons-a . . . Map (db m169336) HM
8 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — Opheim CabinFirst Permanent Home in Griggs County
Built by Omund Opheim in 1879 Restored and maintained by the Town and Country Garden ClubMap (db m232230) HM
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9 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — Oscar-Zero: Command, Control and Support
Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site — Oscar-Zero Missile Alert Facility You are on the access road to Oscar-Zero- one of 15 Missile Alert Facilities (MAF) of the 321st Strategic Missile Wing (SMW) of Grand Forks Air Force . . . Map (db m176534) WM
10 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START)Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site — November-33 Launch Facility —
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, 1991 "The United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, … conscious that nuclear war would have devastating consequences for all humanity, that it cannot be won and must . . . Map (db m169338) HM
11 North Dakota, Griggs County, Cooperstown — The Minuteman: America's "Ace in the Hole"Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site — November-33 Launch Facility —
The Minuteman nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) significantly changed the strategic nuclear capabilities of the United States. Prior to the development of the Minuteman, the U.S. relied upon liquid-fueled missiles for nuclear . . . Map (db m169337) HM
 
 
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Feb. 21, 2024