Following three photos are pics of the NCO Housing built just to the South of Building 257 (BX Quick Shop).
^^The Army still has a presence at MCO and uses the area near the NCO housing for Vehicle Storage.
^^The Outdoor Rec Center. This place has some AWESOME trails that go for miles in the woods...I was tearin' them up for an hour or so
^^Taken from one of those trails, this is the Southwest Ordnance Storage Areas that was built in 1960 and is located next to the Christmas Tree. If you look closely, you can see the HAZMAT labels on the doors.
And finally, the Christmas Tree! Just imagine the B-47s in the late 50s/early 60s on alert and then the B-52s and KC-135s on alert through the 60s and 70s. Now the area is used for storage (Planet 727, Airtran DC-9, and US Air BAC-111 (not pictured)), and by Airtran for their maitenance hangar. The US Army uses the Molehole (just to the left of the Airtran DC-9) for whatever they need to do.