The fate of US nuclear weapons at Turkish base Incirlik

Monday, 15 August, 2016 - 14:15

"The constant presence of dozens of US nuclear weapons at the Incirlik air base in Turkey is a serious risk that it may capture the terrorists and other enemy forces," - stated a US report titled B61 Life Extension Program: Costs and Policy Considerations.

"Would the United States  retain control over about 50 units of nuclear weapons (hydrogen bombs B61), placed on the base of Incirlik, in a civil conflict in Turkey, it is a question that can not be answered", - the document says.

According to one of the report authors, the hydrogen bombs in Incirlik would be best to remove it. Experts explain that it is a nuclear weapon is not suitable for war, and it is too expensive.

Katehon experts comment on this:

The US nuclear weapons are a threat to mankind not only because they can “fall into the hands” of terrorists as the report claims. They are a threat because US is a globalist liberal hegemony ruled by insane fanatics. The Less US nuclear weapons there are in the world the better.