U.S. TESTING UPGRADED NUCLEAR BOMB:

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U.S. TESTING UPGRADED NUCLEAR BOMB:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sat Apr 15, 2017 3:53 pm

04.15.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

THERE IS NO PROFIT IN PEACE - NEVER FORGET THAT. 04.15.2017, BB.

The U.S. has been Testing an Upgraded Nuclear Bomb. The Weapon Design, the Testing, the Aircraft
for Delivery, and the Range.

I wonder what other Bombs and Warfare Instruments have been, and are currently developed, and
still under development ?

More Taxpayer Money being spent on Killing than Helping Fix the Infrastructure, and the Needs of
the U.S., and Humanity.

ONE WONDERS HOW WOULD JFK HAVE HANDLED THIS WHOLE SITUATION ? 04.15.2017, BB.


U.S. LAUNCHES QUALIFICATION TESTS FOR UPGRADED NUKE BOMB:
SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN,Associated Press 7 hours ago

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Scientists at Sandia National Laboratories are claiming success with the
first in a new series of test flights involving an upgraded version of a nuclear bomb that has been part
of the U.S. arsenal for decades.

Work on the B61-12 has been ongoing for years, and government officials say the latest tests using
mock versions of the bomb will be vital to the refurbishing effort.

An F-16 from Nellis Air Force Base dropped an inert version of the weapon over the Nevada desert last
month to test its non-nuclear functions as well as the plane's ability to carry the bomb.

With a mere puff of dust, the mock bomb landed in a dry lake bed at the Tonopah Test Range.

"It's great to see things all come together: the weapon design, the test preparation, the aircraft, the
range, and the people who made it happen," Anna Schauer, director of Sandia's Stockpile Resource
Center, said in a statement.

Scientists are planning to spend months analyzing the data gathered from the test.

Tracking telescopes, remote cameras and other instruments at the test range recorded information
on the reliability, accuracy and performance of the weapon under conditions that were meant to
replicate real-world operations.

More test flights are planned over the next three years, and officials with the National Nuclear Security
Administration said the first production unit of the B61-12 — developed under what is called the Life
Extension Program — is scheduled to be completed in 2020.

The B61-12 consolidates and replaces four older versions in the nation's nuclear arsenal. It's outfitted
with a new tail-kit assembly and other hardware.

The weapon is much different than the non-nuclear "mother of all bombs" used in Afghanistan this
week to attack an Islamic State stronghold near the Pakistani border. The Massive Ordnance Air Blast
bomb, or MOAB, isn't designed to penetrate like the B61-12 but rather create a large blast over the
surface and it has to be ferried by a much larger plane given its size.

In Nevada, it took two passes before the pilot could drop the mock B61-12. A herd of wild horses had
to be chased away on the first go-around.

With the run commencing, people gathered on balconies at the range despite knowing they would see
only dust rising from the target miles away. A video feed showed the test bomb fall through the air after
being released by the F-16.

Officials said it left behind a rather neat hole. Crews were able to dig the mock weapon out of the dirt so
it could be packed up and returned to Albuquerque for further study.

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yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

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or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

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Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

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Respectfully,
BB.
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