My name is John Isaac and I am reporting about my trip to Whiteman Air Force Base in Central Missouri.
blousing straps. And I got a B-2 Bomber shirt, a B-2 notepad and a B-2 pin. I also got a 509th missile wing pin and another in the shape of a shield. I really liked it.
Next we went to Oscar One - it was a huge underground bunker, like a castle, that had huge missiles in it.
I got to pretend to launch a missile and I got to try to close an 11 ton door.
There were two hatches - there was another door that weighed 8 tons, but I didn’t get to close it. The door on top of the missile could either slide open slowly or be blown off with explosives in an emergency. When the Air Force tested blowing the door off, it hit the 8 foot fence and slid the fence so that it took everything on the surface with it.
Then the second part of the tour was the B-2 Bomber. The B-2 Bomber was really cool. It had lots of buttons and computers and nuclear bombs.
You can read Hubby's version here.