White Sands V-2 Launching Site

White Sands V-2 Launching Site

Infobox_nrhp | name =White Sands V-2 Launching Site
nrhp_type = nhl

caption =
location= White Sands Missile Range, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico
lat_degrees = 32
lat_minutes = 24
lat_seconds = 4
lat_direction = N
long_degrees = 106
long_minutes = 22
long_seconds = 40
long_direction = W
locmapin = New Mexico
area =
built =1945
architect= U.S. Army
designated = October 3 1985cite web|url=http://tps.cr.nps.gov/nhl/detail.cfm?ResourceId=1939&ResourceType=Site
title=White Sands V-2 Launching Site |accessdate=2008-06-16|work=National Historic Landmark summary listing|publisher=National Park Service
added = October 03, 1985cite web|url=http://www.nr.nps.gov/|title=National Register Information System|date=2008-04-15|work=National Register of Historic Places|publisher=National Park Service]
governing_body = United States Army

White Sands V-2 Launching Site, also known as Launch Complex 33 or White Sands Blockhouse and Ga____..., is located in the White Sands Missile Range.

According to the National Park Service:

It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1985.Note: A National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination document should be available upon request from the National Park Service for this site, but it appears not to be available on-line from the [http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreghome.do?searchtype=natreghome NPS Focus search site] .]


External links

* [http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/hhh.nm0140 White Sands Missile Range, V-2 Rocket Facilities, Near Headquarters Area, White Sands vicinity, Dona Ana County, NM: 72 photos, 6 drawings, 118 data pages] , at Historic American Building Survey

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