“First time we played Pat [Ewing], my whole family’s there. I’m terrified to play Pat. Terrified. I went to half-court and said, ‘Pat, nice to meet you, sir.’ And Pat was like, ‘I’m getting ready to bust your ass, rookie.’”
Blastproof room at the Naval Air Warfare Center, where much of the design of the Cruise Missile occurred. This room has thick concrete walls and blast doors, along with a thin ceiling - which would direct any percussive force from an accidental explosion upward so as to avoid injuring anybody working there.
Turbines in the freon distribution building at the Naval Air Warfare Center in Ewing, NJ. This plant supplied freon throughout the complex; in addition to being a refrigerant, freon is used in rocket propulsion systems.