Raven Rock, The US Governments Secret Nuclear Bunker

The Raven Rock Mountain Complex (RRMC) is a highly restricted US military installation complete with an underground nuclear bunker has often been referred to as the “underground Pentagon”. Located in Pennsylvania and originally built in the 1950s, RRMC is part of a continuity-of-government plan incorporating remotely-located, hardened and secured facilities that could be used to run military operations and even the entire country in the event of a national emergency such as a nuclear war. Garrett Graff the journalist and author of the 2017 book Raven Rock: The Story of the U.S. Government’s Secret Plan to Save Itself – While the Rest of Us Die said “Raven Rock is the place where the nuclear war in the United States would begin,”. Graff added “Raven Rock is this massive, hollowed-out mountain. It’s a free-standing city… with individual buildings, three-story buildings, built inside of this mountain. It has everything that a small city would—there’s a fire department there, there’s a police department, medical facilities, and dining halls. The dining facility serves four meals a day, it’s a 24-hour facility, and it was sort of mothballed to a certain extent during the 1990s as the Cold War ended and then was restarted in a hurry after September 11 and has been pretty dramatically expanded over the last 15 years, and today could hold as many as 5,000 people in the event of an emergency,” he said. The Raven Rock Mountain Complex received $45 million in government funding in 2018 and is still an operational military facility today. Watch ViceTV video above to learn more about the bunker itself.


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