Major restoration efforts of SF-88 took place from 1994 through 2000. A dedicated group of Nike Veterans and committed volunteers accomplished this endeavor. The Nike Veterans would like to personally thank; Redstone Arsenal, Pueblo Army Depot, Tooele Army Depot, Letterkenny Army Depot, Edwards Air Force Base, China Lake Naval Weapons Center, U.S. Navy Undersea Warfare Center, NASA, and all the individuals who donated material for this restoration.
SOME OF THE PEOPLE THAT MADE IT HAPPEN
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