Monday, September 24, 2007

How Warheads Slipped By
Hartford Courant, United States - 9 hours ago
By JOBY WARRICK And WALTER PINCUS Washington Post September 23, 2007 WASHINGTON - New details about how six nuclear warheads came to be flown across country ..
Armed and dangerous: live nukes over US
Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription), MN - 12 hours ago
How could six nuclear-tipped cruise missiles slip through the Air Force's security and be loaded on a plane flying across the country? ...
'Chain of errors' led to 36-hour nuclear blunder
Independent, UK - 16 hours ago
By Stephen Foley in New York Nuclear warheads capable of unleashing the equivalent of 10 Hiroshima bombs were mistakenly flown across the United States by a ...
A Homegrown Doomsday Scenario
Yahoo! News - 17 hours ago
The Nation -- Late last month, the US Air Force transported a dozen cruise missiles from Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota to Barksdale Air Force Base in ...
How warheads made an unplanned flight
Los Angeles Times, CA - Sep 23, 2007
A report on an incident when six were flown from North Dakota to Louisiana unnoticed uncovers alarming security failures. By Joby Warrick and Walter Pincus, ...
Missteps in the Bunker
Washington Post, United States - Sep 22, 2007
By Joby Warrick and Walter Pincus Just after 9 am on Aug. 29, a group of US airmen entered a sod-covered bunker on North Dakota's Minot Air Force Base with ...
It's Sunday Morning, Do You Know Where Your Nukes Are?
OpEdNews, PA - Sep 23, 2007
by John R Moffett Page 1 of 1 page(s) My colleagues and I went to the NIH the other day to meet with a doctor who is interested in trying an experimental ...
Details emerge on warheads' 36-hour outing
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, IN - Sep 23, 2007
AP Video: God Responds to Nebraska Lawsuit (09/22) AP Video: Massive Tire Fire Leads to Voluntary Evacuations (09/22) AP news headlines Latest from AP By ...
Mystery surrounds deaths of Minot airmen
PRESS TV, Iran - Sep 22, 2007
Six members of the US Air Force who were involved in the Minot AFB incident, have died mysteriously, an anti-Bush activist group says. ...
Retired general leads nuclear missile probe
KPAX-TV, MT - Sep 21, 2007
AP - September 21, 2007 11:24 AM ET WASHINGTON (AP) - Defense Secretary Robert Gates has asked for an

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