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that enters North American airspace or that orbits the earth. It is the heart of the nation’s early warning system. It can detect the firing of a
long-range missile, anywhere in the world, before that missile has left the launch pad.
This futuristic military base inside a mountain has the capability to be self-sustaining for at least one month. Its generators can produce
enough electricity to power a city the size of Tampa, Florida. Its underground reservoirs hold millions of gallons of water; workers
sometimes traverse them in rowboats. The complex has its own underground fitness center, a medical clinic, a dentist’s office, a barbershop, a
chapel, and a cafeteria. When the men and women stationed at Cheyenne Mountain get tired of the food in the cafeteria, they often send
somebody over to the Burger King at Fort Carson, a nearby army base. Or they call Domino’s.
Almost every night, a Domino’s deliveryman winds his way up the lonely Cheyenne Mountain Road, past the ominous DEADLY FORCE
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course MGMT 120 taught by Professor Litt during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.
- Spring '08