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During his presidency, Bill Clinton lost the confirmation codes necessary to launch nuclear weapons, two high-ranking retired military officials ...
... reports of an explosion and a missing nuclear warhead came rolling ... for a Russian newspaper is going to arm his team with weapons that ...

The agent was "not weapons qualified" and had been temporarily removed .... is simple enough: no lost nuclear weapons, no radiation leaks.
... construction at the Savannah River Site to convert weapons-grade ... at nuclear plant projects or billions in lost nuclear export opportunities.
... in which millions of lives could be lost. Nuclear war that can destroy millions ... of President Reagan, who sought to abolish nuclear weapons while, ... this kind of weapon on both sides poised at each other without someday ...
... chasing after missing nuclear weapons and saving the world is all in ... During the Cold War, both Russia and the US regularly “lost” nuclear warheads of various sizes. ... It is believed that up to 50 nuclear weapons worldwide were lost ... defence, WJ Howard, described the bomb as a “complete weapon.” ...

The Royal Canadian Navy confirmed today that a mysterious object found off the coast of B.C.'s North Coast is not a bomb or a lost nuclear weapon. The navy was deployed at the request of RCMP to investigate the area near Haida Gwaii after diver Sean Smyrichinsky found a suspicious object during a ...
A fellow diver suggested it could be the missing nuclear weapon that was lost when American B-36 Bomber 075 crashed in 1950. He alerted ...
Did a Canadian diver find a lost nuclear bomb off the coast of Haida Gwaii? ... claims that a Canadian diver has discovered a long-lost nuclear weapon. ... There are indications that a cache of nuclear weapons was dumped ...
It may sound like something from a thriller movie but accidents did mean that nuclear weapons sometimes were lost in the Cold War and it has ...
... first Broken Arrow, the code name for accidents involving nuclear weapons. ... and so there is little risk of the object being a nuclear weapon.
The plane had been carrying thermonuclear bombs—unarmed and protected, but nuclear weapons nonetheless—and only three of the four ...
With an ever-increasing number of nuclear weapons in circulation around ... Until the core was inserted, a weapon of this type was unarmed and safe. ... Although the C-124 landed safely, the fate of the two lost nuclear bombs ...
A fellow diver suggested it could be the missing nuclear weapon that was lost when American B-36 Bomber 075 crashed in 1950. He alerted ...
Did a Canadian diver find a lost nuclear bomb off the coast of Haida Gwaii? ... claims that a Canadian diver has discovered a long-lost nuclear weapon. ... There are indications that a cache of nuclear weapons was dumped ...
It may sound like something from a thriller movie but accidents did mean that nuclear weapons sometimes were lost in the Cold War and it has ...
... first Broken Arrow, the code name for accidents involving nuclear weapons. ... and so there is little risk of the object being a nuclear weapon.

The plane had been carrying thermonuclear bombs—unarmed and protected, but nuclear weapons nonetheless—and only three of the four ...
With an ever-increasing number of nuclear weapons in circulation around ... They would only be inserted, during flight, prior to dropping a weapon in wartime. ... Although the C-124 landed safely, the fate of the two lost nuclear ...
While studying on the dark matter with LUX, Physicist Adam Bernstein from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory found an another way to look for missing nuclear material using the dark matter detector. It could be useful for Watchdog industries like ...
Watchdog agencies like the International Atomic Energy Agency, for example, can use dark matter detectors to look for missing nuclear material. "From a ... Weapons-grade ingredients can go for millions of dollars per pound on the black market. People ...
While Germany is replacing lost nuclear output with wind and solar power capacity, Le Pen said "so-called green energies are not realistic yet".
A Canadian professional diver claims to find a long-lost nuclear bomb. The diver was diving deep in the waters off Pitt Island ... The aircraft alongside the weapon crashed in British Columbia in February 1950. Since then, the bomb was never discovered.
The Canadian Navy is on its way to Pitt Island, off the coast of British Columbia, to investigate claims that a Canadian diver has discovered a long-lost nuclear weapon. ... "Off our east coast, there's chemical, conventional and nuclear weapons. The ...
The navy is investigating a diver's discovery of what could be a lost nuclear bomb in the waters off Prince Rupert. It's believed the relic is a dummy bomb that sank to the bottom of the Pacific in 1950 when a U.S.
While the weapon isn't intact, from researching the design of the bomb, Mr Smyrichinsky believes he may have found the section of the nuke that held the explosive material.
"After years of silence, the United States finally admitted to losing its very first nuclear bomb; the incident was its first Broken Arrow, the code name for accidents involving nuclear weapons. But was the bomb dropped and exploded over the Inside ...
Sean Smyrichinsky may have found lost nuclear weapon that was packed with lead when it was dumped off B.C. in 1950. An American B-36 bomber en route from Alaska to Texas during a training exercise lost power in three engines and began losing ...
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.
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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.


 

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