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The Gossberg (German: Goßberg) originally is a hill, with the highest point of 483 m (above the sea level), located in the municipality of Wüschheim, next to the border between municipalities of Bell and Hasselbach, in the district of Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreis. It is also part of the low mountain range of Hunsrück in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. In the period of 1984–1989, the summit of the hill was excavated more than 30 m deep and transformed into a top-notch nuclear–biological–chemical (NBC) bunker, operated mainly by U.S. Forces, in order to serve as a frontline center of highly-secure communication among all NATO troops in Europe, missile guidance and missile launch control center for the nearby missile base Pydna in case of the anticipated (back then) World War III and the associated nuclear holocaust.
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Due to the end of the Cold War, the bunker was never put into actual military operation up until the end of construction and remains in an excellent condition.
To serve as a center of missile guidance and highly-secure communication among all NATO troops in Europe, an impressive figure was invested.
Buried under massive layers of various composite materials combined into a know-how structure, Gossberg can even withstand a direct nuclear blast.
The bunker is specially designed to shelter occupants from radioactive contamination inflicted by radioactive debris and nuclear fallout after a nuke.
Thanks to a sophisticated air filtration system, the air supply at Gossberg is protected from germs or biological agents, such as toxins, bacteria, and viruses.
Being a frontline NATO facility in Germany for the last and most intense 5 years of the Cold War, the bunker is resistant to all kinds of chemical attacks.
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