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The Air Force announced that all flights of fighters and bombers in the United States will be halted on September 14 to allow for a review of procedures.
Originally posted by made2order
reply to post by TruthWithin
Well it is all over the net, people are waking up and fighting back. How? i
won't tell you, cause you do not bring the real news, truth to the poeple in
your scammy USA today f..paper
Originally posted by rxnnxs
now i ask, what is the difference between arming a weapon and loading them?
if, as someone quoted, these missiles were not armed but locked and loaded.
this means for me those rockets were ready to go! (if i didn't misunderstood this).
i also dont think that losing the bombs happened by accident. this is impossible!
"Shepperd said the United States had agreed in a Cold War-era treaty not to fly nuclear weapons. "It appears that what happened was this treaty agreement was violated," he said."
Originally posted by Majic
I have a hard time believing the Personnel Reliability Program members handling these nukes "just screwed up", "winged it" and were able to requisition and deploy nuclear weapons without direct orders to do so.
If that actually happened, then the problem isn't just with the weapons crews at Minot, but more fundamental and systemic in nature, and their commanding officers are directly responsible for this lapse and the security breach accompanying it.