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File: Polaris Missile.png|<center>A Polaris Missile, shot out of an underwater launching tube off San CLemente Island in California, Thursday rose 1,800 feet using only its first stage rocket before falling back into the sea. The navy said the test brought the missile closer to combat readiness. <BR>Polaris Missile launch, San Clemente Island, April 15, 1960</center>
  
  

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Ranching Photos (pre-military) on San Clemente Island 1930-1935



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Ranching Photos (undated)

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Military Operations on San Clemente Island

San Clemente Island was acquired by the U.S. Navy in 1934. It is the Navy's only remaining ship-to-shore live firing range, the center of the integrated air/land/sea San Clemente Island Range Complex with an active sonar base, a simulated embassy for commando training, a rocket-test facility, the Naval Auxiliary Landing Field and a Navy SEAL training facility.

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Military Presence on San Clemente Island 1936-1939

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Military Presence on San Clemente Island 1940s

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Military Photos on San Clemente Island 1950s



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Military Photos on San Clemente Island 1960s



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Military Presence on San Clemente Island 1970s

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Military Presence on San Clemente Island 1980s

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Building Boom on San Clemente Island 2016

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