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« Reply #15 on: May 31, 2020, 08:32:19 am »



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This video covers the crash of a B-52 near Goldsboro, NC in 1961 which was carrying 2 MK-39 thermonuclear bombs with a yield of 3.8MT each and the terrifying state the bombs were in when the recovery team found them.



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« Reply #16 on: June 11, 2020, 08:43:41 am »



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Close to midnight on February 13, 1950, the radio operators at Offutt Air Force Base received a disturbing distress call that would be the first of its kind. A B-36 Bomber carrying a Mark 4 Nuclear bomb off the coast of British Columbia, close to the Alaskan border, was going down. It would be America’s first ever Broken Arrow incident... an accident in which custody of a nuclear weapon is lost. And in this case, it was never found…



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« Reply #17 on: July 20, 2020, 12:48:41 pm »


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During the Cold War, the world’s oceans were awash in American nuclear weapons. Most of these deployments remained a secret until the 2016 declassification of a report titled “Nuclear Weapons Afloat” revealed the full extent of America’s nuclear stockpile at sea. Aboard surface ships, submarines and aircraft carriers, over 5,000 nukes crisscrossed the waters of the world, posing an often unknown threat to any that encountered them. The risk of nuclear accidents was extremely high, and a number of incidents including explosions, collisions, and fires brought these sea-based weapons only seconds or feet away from disaster…



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« Reply #18 on: July 21, 2020, 01:40:12 pm »



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On January 21st, 1968, an uncontained fire aboard an American B-52G Stratofortress bomber sent the aircraft crashing onto the sea ice off the northwest coast of Greenland. Any search and rescue operation would have already been difficult enough thanks to the harsh environment, but this bomber was carrying a highly classified payload that would make the recovery even more urgent. The doomed flight had been part of a top-secret operation conducted by the United States with only veiled consent from the Danish governing authorities. Few were supposed to know that the B-52G had been loaded with four 1.1 megaton nuclear weapons, one of which is still unaccounted for today...



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