Posts Tagged ‘Pentagon’
The Nuclear Sponge Sucks – or, Why Do We Still Have ICBMs?
During most of the Cold War, it was widely believed that the biggest threat was a “bolt out of the blue” surprise attack; both sides developed large land-based arsenals to prevent this.Read More
A Secret Mission to Thwart Nuclear Terrorism Early in 1994, Andy Weber was serving in Kazakhstan as U.S. political-military attaché, when his auto mechanic asked if he wanted to buy some uranium. There was a wild-west atmosphere in this brand new country, with lots of black market activity and scamming, but Weber knew that Kazakhstan…Read More