Early photographs of the military use of space, including images of hot air balloons, large manned kites, and carrier pigeons with cameras line the main entrance to the building. The approach to the command center on the second floor is lined with photographs representing some of the most important milestones of the U.S. Space Program.
The entire project was done online, communicating via email and AutoCad. The company in Denver that we used to print, mount and install the photographs used special high speed links to receive ultra-high-definition images scanned at the National Archives in Washington. For security reasons, the satellite photographs were processed and mounted by USASMDC personnel.