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To: sonofstrangelove
A similar stunt occurred last November

they should have shot a few then

3 posted on 02/06/2010 12:22:42 AM PST by paul51 (11 September 2001 - Never forget)
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To: paul51

Yep a few of these fools being shot and killed would break this crap up.


4 posted on 02/06/2010 12:24:01 AM PST by The Magical Mischief Tour
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To: paul51

I agree. At any missile base in the United States Air Force Police have the authorization to shoot. Why not at these overseas bases that have B-61 bombs?


5 posted on 02/06/2010 12:24:22 AM PST by ErnstStavroBlofeld ("I have learned to use the word "impossible" with the greatest caution."-Dr.Werner Von Braun)
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To: paul51

We had one here, too.

ovember 5, 2009 - 4:28 PM | by: Dan Springer

The U.S. Navy is reviewing its security policies following an embarrassing breach this week in Washington State. Five anti-war protesters were able to cut through a perimeter fence around Naval Base Kitsap and walk around the base undetected for four and a half hours.The group was protesting the nuclear weapons kept at the base and hoped to get as close to them as possible. Members claim when they cut through a second and then a third fence they were within fifty yards of a bunker where nuclear warheads are stored.
http://liveshots.blogs.foxnews.com/2009/11/05/senior-citizens-break-into-military-base/comment-page-6/?action=late-new
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Even more comforting:
Air Force Chief, Secretary Resign

The service inadvertently shipped “four high-tech electrical nosecone fuses for Minuteman nuclear warheads were [t]o Taiwan in place of helicopter batteries. The mistake was discovered in March — a year and a half after the erroneous shipment,” The New York Times reports. “The mishandling of the nosecone fuses was viewed as another indication of lack of discipline within America’s nuclear infrastructure, and was another embarrassment for the people in charge of those weapons.”

Last fall, the Air Force’s 5th Bomb Wing lost track of six nuclear warheads. Then, in mid-May, the service flunked a nuclear surety inspection, when security personnel couldn’t even be bothered to stop playing videogames on their cellphones. Now, it looks like Moseley and Wynne has some serious time to play with themselves.

Read More http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2008/06/breaking-air-fo/#ixzz0ek6AcJiz


6 posted on 02/06/2010 12:30:03 AM PST by Irenic
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