What do you think about a nuclear bomb being lost off the South Carlina/Georgia coast back in 1958 ?
In 1958, the Airforce was having a training mission where they were carrying a real, live nuclear H-bomb. The plane was damaged in flight and the pilot ejected the bomb somewhere around Savannah, Georgia. Do you think that this bomb would be the target of terrorist ? Do you think that it could still go off? What do you think that the Airforce, military or government should do ?
No problem with any terrorist finding it as the military forces never could. Supposedly it was a disarmed bomb but some dispute that. It's off Tybee Island and for some reason that beach has multitudes of extra large sanddollars in the surf- no kidding.
I think about this and other stories like it not at all. This may have been news 55 years ago, but it doesn't amount to squat today.
Well, we are still here. Apparently no one can find it. Rest in peace.
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