Broken Arrow

These two nuclear bombs are 2 of 4 that were dropped onto the coast of Spain in 1966 as a result of a mid air refueling accident. They are on display at our local atomic weapons museum. Who knew?
Peace M&erson

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3 Responses to “Broken Arrow”

  1. The Weekender « lifesworthknowing Says:

    [...] For Sale. Nuclear Bombs. Never Used. Ok, so they aren’t for sale, but where else can you see nuclear bombs? Do you even know what one looks like? Especially one that may have been involved in a training accident that dented the casing. [...]

  2. Two nuclear bombs, slightly dented | Learn How to be Prepared Says:

    [...] Mike Anderson sent in this photo from the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque, NM. The museum is home to two (now de-weaponized) nuclear bombs. In 1966—back when these bombs were actually capable of exploding—the United States Air Force accidentally dropped them on Spain. [...]

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