TEXAS NUCLEAR WEAPONS FACILITY ACTIVATES EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (Video)
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UPDATE – Carson County Sheriff Department is reporting that FM 2373 is closed from I-40 north.
Officials are also reporting the east side of the Pantex Plant is completely inaccessible. https://t.co/jwM2YenJMt
— KAMR Local 4 News (@KAMRLocal4News) October 23, 2018
What V, Rogue News, added this morning was the fact this was the same location that is tied to an incident in 2007
2007 United States Air Force nuclear weapons incident
On August 29, 2007, six AGM-129 ACM cruise missiles, each loaded with a W80-1 variable yield nuclear warhead, were mistakenly loaded onto a United States Air Force (USAF) B-52H heavy bomber at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota and transported to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana. The nuclear warheads in the missiles were supposed to have been removed before the missiles were taken from their storage bunker. The missiles with the nuclear warheads were not reported missing, and remained mounted to the aircraft at both Minot and Barksdale for 36 hours. During this period, the warheads were not protected by the various mandatory security precautions for nuclear weapons.
The incident was reported to the top levels of the United States military and referred to by observers as a Bent Spear incident, which indicates “an unexpected occurrence involving nuclear weapons or nuclear components that does not fall under the NUCFLASH or BROKEN ARROW categories” or “a nuclear incident involving a nuclear weapon/warhead or nuclear component. In the Army and Air Force, this term includes a ‘significant incident’ as defined in DoD Directive 5100.52”.