A relic of the Cold War, a Nike-Hercules missile radar and tracking site in western Miami-Dade County, has been demolished. Bulldozers, cranes and dump trucks knocked down and carted away some of the remaining structures that once made up the Integrated Fire Control (IFC) site along Krome Avenue just south of Tamiami Trail.
A relic of the Cold War, a Nike-Hercules missile radar and tracking site in western Miami-Dade County, has been demolished. Bulldozers, cranes and dump trucks knocked down and carted away some of the remaining structures that once made up the Integrated Fire Control (IFC) site along Krome Avenue just south of Tamiami Trail. AL DIAZ MIAMI HERALD STAFF
A relic of the Cold War, a Nike-Hercules missile radar and tracking site in western Miami-Dade County, has been demolished. Bulldozers, cranes and dump trucks knocked down and carted away some of the remaining structures that once made up the Integrated Fire Control (IFC) site along Krome Avenue just south of Tamiami Trail. AL DIAZ MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Former Cold War missile site in western Miami-Dade is no more

August 19, 2015 03:18 PM

UPDATED August 19, 2015 05:46 PM

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