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September 26, 1962: U-2 photograph showing surface-to-surface cruise missile (named   November 6, 1962: Soviet personnel and six missile transporters loading onto ship transport at Casilda port.  
September 26, 1962: U-2 photograph showing surface-to-surface cruise missile (named “Kennel” by the U.S., FKR in Soviet plans) launch area at Banes.
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  November 6, 1962: Soviet personnel and six missile transporters loading onto ship transport at Casilda port.
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  “Crateology” – photograph of crates holding Komar guided-missile patrol boats on their way to Cuba, September 1962.
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Briefing version of the crate photograph with Komar image superimposed.     Graphic from Military History Quarterly of the U.S. invasion plan, 1962.
Briefing version of the crate photograph with Komar image superimposed.
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  Inside the CIA’s National Photographic Interpretation Center (NPIC), Washington D.C., 1962
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  Graphic from Military History Quarterly of the U.S. invasion plan, 1962.
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Close-up of the Soviet nuclear warhead processing base at the Mariel runway, onto which the 101st Airborne was scheduled to parachute if a U.S. invasion took place.   October 23, 1962: Low-level photograph of Komar guided-missile patrol boats at Mariel port.   October 5, 1962: CIA chart of
Close-up of the Soviet nuclear warhead processing base at the Mariel runway, onto which the 101st Airborne was scheduled to parachute if a U.S. invasion took place.
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  October 23, 1962: Low-level photograph of Komar guided-missile patrol boats at Mariel port. Post-crisis review by NPIC revealed the Soviet nuclear warhead processing base at the end of the runway to the left.
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  October 5, 1962: CIA chart of “reconnaissance objectives in Cuba.”
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Completed SA-2 missile site showing characteristic Star of David pattern.   September 15, 1962: photograph of the Soviet large-hatch ship Poltava   U2 Plane
Completed SA-2 missile site showing characteristic Star of David pattern.
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  September 15, 1962: photograph of the Soviet large-hatch ship Poltava on its way to Cuba.
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  Frank Sinatra in a Poker Game
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