Navy Ammunition and Explosives Storage During World War II and the Cold War Era, Site Report: Naval Weapons Station Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
This study documents the Naval Weapons station in operation from 1941 throughout the Cold War Era in Charleston, South Carolina. It examines the creation of the station, the mission of the Polaris Missile Facility Atlantic (POMFLANT), and provides representative samples of ammunition storage facilities (ASF) constructed and/or modified during World War II and/or the Cold War Era. This resource has associated images within document.
The Department of the Navy prepared this study to meet the compliance requirement associated with the "Program Comment for World War II and Cold War Era (1939 – 1974) Ammunition Storage Facilities," issued by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 18 August 2006.
This is a draft report.
Cite this Record
Navy Ammunition and Explosives Storage During World War II and the Cold War Era, Site Report: Naval Weapons Station Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina. Rebecca Gatewood, Dean A. Doerrfeld, Katherine Grandine. 2008 ( tDAR id: 448169) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8448169
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min long: -79.971; min lat: 32.917 ; max long: -79.906; max lat: 32.964 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): Joint Base Charleston
Principal Investigator(s): Kathryn M. Kuranda
Prepared By(s): R. Christopher Goodwin & Asscociates, Inc.
Submitted To(s): Naval Facilities Engineering Command
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