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Best places in Arizona to experience cold war history

Titan Missile Museum, Green Valley - The Titan Missile Museum features the only preserved Titan II missile installation of 54 built in the U.S. in the mid-20th century. It offers an unnerving but riveting peek at the technology used by the U.S. to prevent nuclear war.

Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson - Featuring about 400 historic aircraft from a Wright Flyer to a 787 Dreamliner, the Pima Air & Space Museum is said to be one of the largest government-funded aviation and space museums in the world.

Military Intelligence Soldier Heritage Learning Center, Sierra Vista - Housing everything from a large fragment of the Berlin Wall to a vehicle operated by the U.S. Army Military Liaison Mission, the Military Intelligence Soldier Heritage Learning Center in the Sierra Vista area of southern Arizona offers a unique perspective of the Cold War.

Arizona Military Museum, Phoenix - Arizona’s military service, including during the Cold War years, is featured at the Arizona Military Museum in Phoenix. The museum, which is operated by the Arizona National Guard Historical Society, offers an overview of military service in the state from the early Spanish conquistadors to today’s Arizona Air National Guard.

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