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Two employees of the Aircraft Maintenance and Regeneration Center cut up a BGM-109G Tomahawk ground launched cruise missile (GLCM) as a third stands by with a fire extinguisher.  Forty-one GLCMs and their launch canisters and seven transporter-erector-launchers are being disposed of at the base in the first round of reductions mandated by the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty

Two employees of the Aircraft Maintenance and Regeneration Center cut up a BGM-109G Tomahawk ground launched cruise missile (GLCM) as a third stands by with a fire extinguisher. Forty-one GLCMs and their launch canisters and seven transporter-erector-launchers are being disposed of at the base in the first round of reductions mandated by the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty

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description

Summary

The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Base: Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

State: Arizona (AZ)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Jose Lopez Jr.

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files
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Date

18/10/1988
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