Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 lost or missing nuclear weapons

Schema-Root.org logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Tue. October 25, 2016 reload page to refresh

-
I received some emails and twitter traffic from Defence Watch readers who speculated that the search was actually for a lost U.S. nuclear weapon.On February 13, 1950, a U.S. Air Force B-36 experienced engine problems on a training mission, flying from ...
Retired Air Force Colonel and author of Breaking the Trust Barrier JV Venable told us the US Air Force has lost nuclear weapons. Follow BI Video: On twitter. More From Business Insider. Why Iran is 'playing with fire' in the Persian gulf against US ...

Do you think if Ukraine has not lost nuclear capacity would be possible aggression from Russia and the annexation of the Crimea?
Though Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump "is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons," she might want to take a closer look at her husband, who is being accused of once leaving the U.S.
In each episode, you'll learn about things like battle ants, missing nuclear weapons, massive earth craters, weird theme parks, and much more.
In each episode, you'll learn about things like battle ants, missing nuclear weapons, massive earth craters, weird theme parks, and much more.

While Shapiro's accomplishments were among the landmarks of the Atomic Age, he was dogged by allegations - never proven - of illegally providing nuclear materials to Israel for its nuclear weapons program in the 1960s. Shapiro, 96, died Saturday at ...
While Shapiro's accomplishments were among the landmarks of the Atomic Age, he was dogged by allegations - never proven - of illegally providing nuclear materials to Israel for its nuclear weapons program in the 1960s. Shapiro, 96, died Saturday at ...
He was one of the first on the scene, and joined a half-dozen others to hunt for the four missing nuclear weapons. One bomb had thudded into a soft sandbank near the beach and crumpled but remained intact.
Even if you've never won an office raffle, a sports pool or a lottery, consider yourself supremely lucky. Unlike the atomic bomb victims who were recognized by President Obama's recent visit to Hiroshima, you've never experienced the horrors of nuclear ...
Recent years have brought us accounts of missing nuclear missiles, drug use by Minuteman missile crews, shocking security breaches, crew commanders falling asleep, computer failures, a silo fire that went undetected by smoke alarms, and much more.
Exclusive: President Obama embraced Japanese survivors of the Hiroshima bomb, but his policies, such as heightening tensions with Russia, have raised the potential for a far worse nuclear catastrophe, explains Jonathan Marshall.
On December 5, 1965,while underway from operations off Vietnam to Yokosuka in Japan, an A-4E aircraft loaded with one B43 nuclear weapon rolled overboard from the Number 2 Elevator. The aircraft sank with the pilot and the bomb in 2,700 fathoms ...
Fail safe systems in the weapons mostly worked and none of the four bombs experienced a nuclear reaction upon impact, sparing the region and its hundreds of inhabitants from multiple nuclear blasts that would've dwarfed the explosion over Hiroshima ...
On January 17, 1966, a Cold War crisis began after an American B-52 bomber collided with a KC-135 refueling tanker over the southern coast of Spain.
Saturday's lineup begins with "GoldenEye" (1995), in which Bond (Pierce Brosnan) tries to recover a stolen stealth helicopter and a lethal space weapon. ... and Let Die" (1973), in which Bond (Roger Moore) finds himself immersed in heroin, Voodoo and ...

Henry Cavill stars as CIA agent Napoleon Solo, along with Armie Hammer as KGB operative Illya Kuryakin. The two Spies meet cute in East Berlin when they're both in pursuit of Gaby Teller (the adorable Alicia Vikander), daughter of a missing nuclear ...
Obama's now bombing Assad's troops, manipulating what he was determined to do two years ago when the world stopped him as Putin brokered the last minute deal to get Assad to turn in his cache of chemical weapons (despite Obama-backed rebels being ...
When Fine fails in his mission and is thought dead, the "Chief" (Allison Janney) reluctantly sends Susan abroad in deep cover, or as deep as a formidable figure as Susan can be, to uncover a missing nuclear weapon and case of diamonds. This begins a ...
When Fine fails in his mission and is thought dead, the "Chief" (Allison Janney) reluctantly sends Susan abroad in deep cover, or as deep as a formidable figure as Susan can be, to uncover a missing nuclear weapon and case of diamonds. This begins a ...
Max says they're dealing with a dead terrorist and missing nuclear weapon. Adam asks for everyone's attention and says Kono called.
Beginning in the early 1960s, investigators from the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), the agency that regulated US nuclear facilities at the time, began to question how large amounts of highly enriched, weapons-grade uranium had gone missing from NUMEC ...
Beginning in the early 1960s, investigators from the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), the agency that regulated U.S. nuclear facilities at the time, began to question how large amounts of highly enriched, weapons-grade uranium had gone missing from ...
Well, to add even more color to the NUMEC story, there is considerable evidence to suggest that one purpose of NUMEC was to smuggle weapons-grade uranium to Israel. After "losing" at least 200 pounds of uranium in 1965, the company and its workers were ...
Well, to add even more color to the NUMEC story, there is considerable evidence to suggest that one purpose of NUMEC was to smuggle weapons-grade uranium to Israel. After "losing" at least 200 pounds of uranium in 1965, the company and its workers were ...
The U.S. nuclear missile corps has been rocked in recent years by revelations of a massive cheating scandal, accidents including missing nuclear weapons, officer misconduct and abysmal morale. President Barack Obama, who won the 2009 Nobel peace ...
Within this tense atmosphere of nuclear confrontation, the United States and Soviet Union each strove to outdo the other side by producing and deploying larger numbers of increasingly more powerful nuclear weapons for a variety of military purposes ...
Within this tense atmosphere of nuclear confrontation, the United States and Soviet Union each strove to outdo the other side by producing and deploying larger numbers of increasingly more powerful nuclear weapons for a variety of military purposes ...
Looking over the background of the likely replacements to SEC. Chuck Hagel, a review of the various think tank "publications" with which these candidates are usually incubated, help shape the background of concerns and awareness, resident in the ...


spacer

 


 


 


 


 


schema-root.org

   nuclear
     missing

nuclear weapons:
     accidents
     bombs
     false alarms
     mini‑nukes
     missing
     proliferation
     testing
     warheads