Cape Canaveral Launch Complex 19 will be forever remembered as the complex that launched the Gemini Manned Space missions.
The complex was dedicated to Titan launch vehicles specifically the Titan I and Titan II rockets. With the first launch on August 14th 1959 there were 29 launches from the complex with the last flight on November 11th 1966.
On March 16th 1966 a civilian Mr Neil Alden Armstrong was launched into space aboard Gemini 8 and conducted the first docking in space with an Agena module. He later transferred to the Apollo missions and became the first man to set foot on the Moon. Armstrong graduated along with Buzz Aldrin and Mike Collins from the Gemini missions to the Apollo missions to crew the lunar landing flight of Apollo 11.
There were twelve Gemini missions launched from LC-19. The first 2 were unmanned test missions and were followed by 10 manned missions lifting 16 astronauts into space. Looking at the launch chronography Gemini 7 was launched on December 4th 1965 returning December 18th, creating a record for the longest space flight. Gemini 6 was originally scheduled to launch first but the Agena spacecraft it was planned to dock with exploded on launch. Gemini 7 replaced Gemini 6 in the launch sequence. Gemini 6 eventually launched on December 15th 1965, rendezvoused with Gemini 7 in space and landed on December 16.