Löwenstein 14, 55494 Dichtelbach, Germ
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Nike Hercules Missile System was deployed to Dichtelbach, Germany (55494) with the ability to attack high-flying supersonic targets armed with a small nuclear warhead or a high explosive conventional warhead in order to destroy entire formations of aircraft with a single missile The site was functional in mid 1962. Our mission was to launch missiles in 30 minutes or less 24 hours day as part of the Cold War


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  The launcher area is slated for demolition and to be returned to nature.

 http://www.d21dichtelbach.com/dichtelbach-germany

The IFC Area is now a wind farm with remnants of the Patriot Missile blast berms built there in 1986 after Nike Hercules departed in 1983 . 

 

Email or write to this address expressing your views on saving the launcher area and barracks. Our wish is to list the site as a historic place and have a permanent marker there identifying the unit and our service to the Cold War. 

 Ministerpräsidentin des Landes Rheinland-Pfalz Malu Dreyer Peter-Altmeier-Allee 1 55116 Mainz 

email>malu.dreyer(at)stk.rlp.de 

http://www.rlp.de/ministerpraesidentin/malu-dreyer/

For more information see>  http://www.d21dichtelbach.com/dichtelbach-germany

 

 Site was Inactivated August  of 1983



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