Saw an excellent documentary, "Command and Control, " about the 1980 Titan II ICBM explosion in Arkansas, which premiered on PBS's "American Experience" this week. It is based on the book by the same name. It includes interviews with the two airmen who dropped the tool that started the incident, crew members sent in to try to stop the leak, up through the officers and the then Secretary of Defense, Harold Brown.
The producers had full use of the identical Titan II site at the Titan Museum near Tucson, including wearing of uniforms and protective suits. Video shot there was integrated with film from 1980 and other old footage, and it's hard to tell what's recreated and what's real. The Air Force was also cooperative in the production, even though the video contains comments critical of the service.
It's an hour and half long, and can be seen on PBS, watched online or downloaded free from: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/command-and-control/