Launch Complex 32 was initially built along with LC-32 for the US Air Force to develop the Minuteman missile program. LC-31/32 were built right next to Navaho complex LC-9 . To make room for this LC-9′s sister complex LC-10 had to be demolished.
Built at the beginning of the 1960s LC 32 consists: Blockhouse; static launch pad; and missile silo. These complexes were the first to feature dual launch pads, one of which was subterranean.
The blockhouse was very different from the previous ones seen on ICBM road. The blockhouses here are bee-hive shaped located 210 yards from the static pad and 330 yards from the silo.
The Minuteman program launched 53 ballistic missiles from the silo of LC32B between August 30th 1961 and December 14th 1970. There are no records of any launches form the LC-32A launch pad.
Today the entire LC-31/32 complex is surrounded by security fencing.