The Oscar Zero Launch Control Center and the November-33 Missile Facilty are the last remnants of the 321st Missile Wing which played an integral part in the Cold War in North Dakota and the world. This site is the last launch control center intact with the top-side of November 33 missile facility left intact, from the 321st.
In order to save this Cold War outpost, and keep this facility as a state historic site, and a remnant of our military history - we need your help!
The State Historical Society of North Dakota has an agreement with the United States Air Force to take control of this site by December 2007. In order to do that we need to raise $1 million to support its operation and opening it to the public.
The State Historical Society was awarded a $250,000 Save America's Treasures grant that was matched by the North Dakota Legislature. The remaining $500,000 needs to be raised from private donors in order to save this site.
Will you consider helping to preserve Oscar Zero and November-33?
The State Historical Society looks at this site as a great asset to North Dakota and the United States; and a learning opportunity to understand the mystery of the Cold War.
Join us in helping save this amazing facility for generations to come. Contact Merl Paaverud, director of the State Historical Society for more information:
Call: (701) 328-2666