US nukes in Turkey vulnerable to ‘terrorists & other hostile forces’ – think tank

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US airmen load an AIM-9 Sidewinder missile on to an F-16C at the Incirlik air base in Turkey. File photo. © Sgt. Lance Cheung


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  1. post coup and sudden….. no mention of moving them before even with serious breaches of security…what was supposed to happen Erdogan skated clear of ?

  2. Seizure of the base ( for any reason ) would be considered an act of war. It’s a guarantee that Turkey isn’t interested in such a thing. Not now, not ever. When I see articles such as this my red flag warning lights kick on and, as a result, I file them in the dust bin. The one with the propaganda label clearly visible.

    Surely someone, anyone, can think better than Andreasen on this one.

    Raptor

  3. What a disinformation and what a deceptive language.

    For all to hear: Each US atomic weapon on German soil (used or not used, it doesn’t matter) is a direct threat against the German people living there. And that’s the part you won’t here from these smart Think Tank people.

    Yesterday I saw a computer game, where a robot said to a woman: “You should know, robots and machines also have souls.”. And now we are supposed to learn from this article that “atomic weapons are vulnerable”, you just can’t make this up.

    Peace is war!

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