BREAKING: 50 U.S. Nukes At High Risk Of Being Stolen In THIS Country… America On High Alert

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50 U.S. Nukes are at HIGH RISK of being stolen by “terrorists”

 

File photo of U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II fighter jets are pictured at Incirlik airbase in Adana/ Reuters

File photo of U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II fighter jets are pictured at Incirlik airbase in Adana/ Reuters

By Huny Badger AMERICAS FREEDOM FIGHTERS

A U.S. think-tank reported on Monday that 50 U.S. Nukes are at HIGH RISK of being stolen by “terrorists or other hostile forces.”

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The 50 U.S. nukes are stored at an airbase in southern Turkey, after the failed coup in Turkey, it has U.S. military brass questioning the security of the Nuclear bombs.

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Incirlik is 70 miles south of Syrian border and is a launching pad for U.S. and NATO currently battling ISIS. Incirlik hosts aircraft from the United States, Germany, Britain, Saudi Arabia and Qatar involved in the U.S.-led air campaign against ISIS.

The think-tank military report added the following;

“From a security point of view, it’s a roll of the dice. There are significant safeguards in place… But safeguards are just that, they don’t eliminate risk. In the event of a coup, we can’t say for certain that we would have been able to maintain control.”

While the precautions to protect U.S. nuclear weapons at Incirlik are reasonable, they are based on a series of assumptions about the stability and friendliness of the country.

The United States and its NATO allies recently invested $160 million on security upgrades for nuclear weapons, along with a new security perimeter at Incirlik visible in satellite images.

The likelihood of the Nukes falling to ISIS seems ludicrous until we go back to the very recent military coup that took place.  We must remember that after the coup, the base’s power was shut down and Erdogan ordered troops to the base for an inspection.

It makes very little sense to keep the nukes at the base, especially with the rising threat of ISIS and Turkeys growing Islamic state.

I also question how such bombs could ever be in threat of being stolen or confiscated by a terrorist organization.  With catastrophic capabilities, these bombs should be of the highest priority security details as well as astronomical amount of personnel to keep the devices secure, especially overseas.

Since Turkey is quickly becoming hostile territory, one would think we would remove the Nukes to a secure location, which was the recommendation of the think tank report.

Sources:

Haaretz

International Business Times

God Bless.

AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

He is currently a Warfighter Up DJ on The Warfighter Radio Network

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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