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Ah, so as not to erase another's work, I won't directly edit the page but I do see a problem. Isn't the Cheyenne Mountains, both in real life and FOT the site of NORAD, not a nuclear testing facility? To the best of my knowledge, the only nuclear testing site in the US is the Nevada Test Site which is nowhere near Colorado.

As I said earlier, the Fallout world diverged from ours, so there might never have been a NORAD in the Fallout world. See: divergence. Ausir 19:56, 6 April 2006 (CEST)

Although that is true, it is stated in FOT that Vault 0 was NORAD and both Vault 0 and NORAD are situated in the Cheyenne Mountains. So, for the sake of argument, are we assuming that the world is partially or completly divergent?

Well, FOT isn't canon anyway and in Van Buren (which also isn't really canon), Cheyenne Mountain is something entirely different. This article needs to be rewritten. Ausir 07:03, 7 April 2006 (CEST)

Cheyenne/Cheyenne Mountain

Colorado Springs is at the foot of Cheyenne Mountain. I live there. Fallout Tactics had something that looks pretty similar to the Cheyenne Mountain of Norad, but there was no big ruined city near it. it could be a base in Cheyenne Wyoming instead.

It's clearly identified as Cheyenne Mountain in the game. The devs probably simply made a mistake. Ausir 23:49, 6 November 2008 (UTC)

gah, what are you all talking about! They obviously put the control center in Cheyenne Mountain, because that's where the Stargate is. *plot twist*!!!