Artist documents Site Summit

Daniel Joseph Martinez, a Los Angeles-based artist-in-residence with the Anchorage Museum, visited what's left of a Nike missile installation in the Chugach Mountains on August 18, 2011.

With escorts from Joint Base Elemendorf-Richardson, Martinez photographed the buildings and bunkers of Site Summit, which housed Army radar and missile launch facilities from 1959 to 1979. Site Summit is closed to the public. Martinez talks about the significance of the architecture there and why he felt it was important to document the remnants.

- Read the full story: The sighs of Site Summit

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