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The U.S. Is Unable To Account For 36k Pounds Of Weapons Grade Uranium And Plutonium

The U.S. Is Unable To Account For 36k Pounds Of Weapons Grade Uranium And Plutonium
Robert Johnson
September 15, 2011|

Under special nuclear cooperation agreements, the United States sent 38,580 pounds of enriched uranium and plutonium to more than two-dozen foreign agencies and is unable to account for 36,000 pounds of the material.

The Government Accountability Office report says these 27 cooperation agreements, set up to facilitate cross border research, have no accountability and the U.S. has no way to enforce control.

Because there is no reporting process in place, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has been visiting nuclear storage sites overseas when permitted, but has not regularly visited countries with the greatest risk of proliferation.


The U.S. Is Unable To Account For 36k Pounds Of Weapons Grade Uranium And Plutonium

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U.S. Can’t Track Tons of Weapons-Grade Uranium, Plutonium

President Obama has repeatedly said his top counterterrorism goal is to prevent terrorists from acquiring the building blocks to make nuclear or “dirty” bombs. In April of 2009, Obama announced a new international effort to “secure all vulnerable nuclear material around the world within four years.” Since then, the Department of Energy has dispatched scientists around the globe to collect hundreds of pounds of the stuff.

But according to a report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), issued late last Friday afternoon to little fanfare, thousands of pounds of highly-enriched uranium and separated plutonium remain. American officials may never get a chance to ensure its security.

That’s because the U.S. can’t track or fully account for 5,900 pounds of “weapons usable” nuclear material that it once shipped overseas. Instead, U.S. officials have to rely on foreign governments’ assurances that the potentially cataclysmic stuff is safe. And when those officials occasionally visit the sites holding the nuclear material, nearly half the places “did not meet International Atomic Energy Agency security guidelines,” according to the GAO, Congress’ investigative arm.


U.S. Can’t Track Tons of Weapons-Grade Uranium, Plutonium


Way to go OBAMA ... keep us all safe  :o

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Okay so just a minute here...

I looked for more articles on this missing plutonium and got a little confused.. Just HOW much is missing?  ??? It seems a LOT more plutonium is 'unaccounted for'

Quote from: spacemaverick58 board=general thread=10822 post=319842 time=1316785041
Ah yes, the missing plutonium!  It's like here we go again.

Plutonium??  MISSING??   ???  :o

Missing plutonium 'just on paper'

Almost 30kg of plutonium apparently missing from the Sellafield nuclear plant is simply an auditing issue, it has been announced.

Missing plutonium 'just on paper'

OH Whew... just an auditing error.. nothing to worry about...

'Missing' plutonium leaves nuclear industry red-faced

About 200 kilograms of plutonium produced by a Japanese nuclear plant - enough to make 25 nuclear bombs - have technically gone "missing", Japanese authorities have revealed.

But Tokyo and the United Nations' nuclear watchdog maintain that the shortfall is the result of miscalculation and measuring errors, rather than the plutonium being diverted for weapons production.


'Missing' plutonium leaves nuclear industry red-faced

Ah see? No problem... "miscalculation and measuring errors" (nevermind all the crap coming out of Fukushima  :P )

Los Alamos Missing Plutonium for 150 Nuclear Bombs
Watchdog groups claim 765 kilograms unaccounted for


The beleaguered Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is unable to account for 765 kilograms of plutonium -- enough to make 150 nuclear weapons -- according to a letter from nuclear watchdog groups to LANL Director G. Peter Nanos.

According to the letter, "The Department of Energy (DOE) reported a discharge to waste from LANL of 610 kilograms of plutonium; Los Alamos indicates a figure of 1,375 kilograms . . . a discrepancy of 765 kilograms,  the equivalent of 150 nuclear weapons. This is unacceptable by any imaginable standards and constitutes a crucial safety, environmental, and security issue."


Los Alamos Missing Plutonium for 150 Nuclear Bombs

meh... no concern... probably just another 'discrepency'... it's not like these nuclear scientists need to know math or anything...

::)

Wow 30kg in UK, 200kg in Japan and 765kg in Arizona and the 16,364kg (36K Lbs) from the OP... so who is stock piling?   :o  Better check NASA see if they are missing any for their sace ship power units that they smash all over the solar system

Seems not only can we not keep track of the waste plutonium (waste? ??? ) but they can't even keep control of the missiles

Communication With 50 Nuke Missiles Dropped in ICBM Snafu
October 26, 2010




The Air Force swears there was no panic. But for three-quarters of an hour Saturday morning, launch control officers at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming couldn’t reliably communicate or monitor the status of 50 Minuteman III nuclear missiles. Gulp.

Backup security and communications systems, located elsewhere on the base, allowed the intercontinental ballistic missiles to be continually monitored. But the outage is considered serious enough that the very highest rungs on the chain of command — including the President — are being briefed on the incident today.


Communication With 50 Nuke Missiles Dropped in ICBM Snafu

The Air Force swears there was no panic.... uh huh

Doesn't all this make ya feel warm and toasty?

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A Little History

Missing Nukes: Treason of the Highest Order

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Missing Nukes on August 29-30, 2007

According to a wide range of reports, several nuclear bombs were “lost” for 36 hours after taking off August 29/30, 2007 on a “cross-country journey” across the U.S., from U.S.A.F Base Minot in North Dakota to U.S.A.F. Base Barksdale in Louisiana. Reportedly, in total there were six W80-1 nuclear warheads armed on AGM-129 Advanced Cruise Missiles (ACMs) that were “lost.” The story was first reported by the Military Times, after military servicemen leaked the story.

Missing Nukes on August 29-30, 2007

Transnistria Trafficking Arms

100 missing suitcase nukes from Tiraspol   :o

Video Documentary, the missing nukes are at the beginning of Part 3. These were designed for 'sleeper'  I wonder if they were ever recovered or are still out there?

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6kub-Ehbd4[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RB9U4_f9Ug[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqUyM4i-c9w[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIaA0k-7_NM[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOip16BoYv8[/youtube]

Related Links:

1. 25 Missing Nukes - Posted 2004 - 29-4-2004
2. Tiraspol - Moldova - Mafia in Uniform - 14-4-2005
3. The World's Most Accessible Nuclear Facility - 14-10-2006
 - "10 miles south of the Serbian capital, Belgrade, is a nuclear reactor which was shut down in 1984. More than two tons of uranium are stored there, and it is protected by just a handful of underpaid guards with light weapons. MI6 agents have learned that two Al Qaeda operatives have recently visited the site. The Al Qaeda operatives was accompanied by an organization run by Semion Mogilevich, who has expertise to carry out theft of such materials."
4. Al-Qaida recons nuke storage site - September 24, 2006
5. Barksdale Missile Number Six: The Stolen Nuclear Weapon - 11-9-2007
6. US B-52 in nuclear cargo blunder - September 2007
7. Air Force investigates mistaken transport of nuclear warheads - September 2007

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http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2011/09/28/libyan-missiles-go-missing.html

I think we could add 20,000 missing surface to air missiles to missing weapons.  These are from Libya and it is thought that these weapons are headed for Hamas.  But are they headed for Hamas?
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Thousands  :o 20,000 missing... from unguarded warehouses  :o

Nightmare in Libya: Thousands of Surface-to-Air Missiles Unaccounted For

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Sept. 27, 2011

The White House announced today it planned to expand a program to secure and destroy Libya's huge stockpile of dangerous surface-to-air missiles, following an ABC News report that large numbers of them continue to be stolen from unguarded military warehouses.

Currently the U.S. State Department has one official on the ground in Libya, as well as five contractors who specialize in "explosive ordinance disposal", all working with the rebel Transitional National Council to find the looted missiles, White House spokesperson Jay Carney told reporters.

"We expect to deploy additional personnel to assist the TNC as they expand efforts to secure conventional arms storage sites," Carney said. "We're obviously at a governmental level -- both State Department and at the U.N. and elsewhere -- working with the TNC on this."

ABC News reported today U.S. officials and security experts were concerned some of the thousands of heat-seeking missiles could easily end up in the hands of al Qaeda or other terrorists groups, creating a threat to commercial airliners.

Nightmare in Libya: Thousands of Surface-to-Air Missiles Unaccounted For - ABC News

Report: 20,000 missiles have disappeared in Libya

Abandoned sites in Libya hold unguarded weapons


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Peter Bouckaert, the emergencies director of Human Rights Watch, examines anti-tank mines hidden in a peach orchard as Libyans examine unguarded weapons stockpiles from which sophisticated SA-24 and other shoulder-fired surface-to-air missiles (SAMs) have disappeared on September 7, 2011 in Tripoli, Libya. Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) is trying to secure sites where loyalist forces of former Libyan leader Moammar Ghaddafi shifted ordnance away from military bases, to protect it from NATO airstrikes. The missing SAMs have raised concerns about the weapons falling into the hands of Al Qaeda in the Maghreb or regional rebel groups.


Scott Peterson / Getty Images Contributor
Libyans examine an unguarded weapons stockpile from which sophisticated SA-24 and other shoulder-fired surface-to-air missiles (SAMs) have disappeared on September 7, 2011 in Tripoli, Libya. Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) is trying to secure sites where loyalist forces of former Libyan leader Moammar Ghaddafi shifted ordnance away from military bases, to protect it from NATO airstrikes. The missing SAMs have raised concerns about the weapons falling into the hands of Al Qaeda in the Maghreb or regional rebel groups.

Abandoned sites in Libya - Photo Blog

Missing weapons from Libya arms caches raise fears

Main quote:

"I myself could have removed several hundred if I wanted to, and people can literally drive up with pickup tricks or even 18-wheelers and take away whatever they want," Bouckaert said.
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Laser Defense Systems for Commercial Flights

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Now there are calls in Congress to give jets that fly overseas the same protection military aircraft have.
Libyan Missiles Missing: White House Meets Watch Video

"I think we should ensure that the wide-bodied planes all have this protection," said Sen. Boxer, who first spoke to ABC News about the surface-to-air security threat in 2006. "And that's a little more than 500 of these planes."

Boxer sent a letter today to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano urging the two to establish a joint program "to protect commercial aircraft from the threat of shoulder-fired missiles."

According to Boxer, it would cost about a million dollars a plane for a system that has been installed and successfully tested over the last few years, directing a laser beam into the incoming missile.

Boxer: U.S. Passenger Jets at Risk - ABC News

Commercial Jet Liner Missile Targeting System
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Their all idiots, 95% of them.
I know that I know nothing - thanks Capricorn.

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I gave never even heard of Transnistria till tonight. I watched the whole documentary. You know damned well the guy named Dmitri who works for their Govt met with the reporter who was undercover trying to sell him 3 Dirty Rockets fro 5000grand. My hats off to that reporter he could had easily been killed.
My question is how come we don't hear anything about this or are just hearing about it now?? This is completely insane!!
Thanks Zorgon for bringing this to our attention i had no clue of the country and or the weapons they are producing and selling to who ever!
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unfortunitly lossing stuff is nothing new..and neither is the guessing game that goes on :-\


Government agencies investigated missing uranium, NUMEC
By Mary Ann Thomas and Ramesh Santanam, VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH
Sunday, August 25, 2002


Read more: Government agencies investigated missing uranium, NUMEC - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/specialreports/buriedlegacy/s_87948.html#ixzz1alsh5yqW


The reason for all the cloak-and-dagger actions was an innocuous acronym - MUF.

MUF stands for "Materials Unaccounted For," and, in the case of NUMEC, referred to large quantities of weapons-grade uranium that went missing from the Apollo plant in the 1960s.

The unaccounted for uranium piqued the curiosity of the FBI, the CIA, Congress, the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) and its successor, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), and the Johnson, Nixon, Ford and Carter presidential administrations.

"Each White House took this and treated it like a hot potato," said Henry Myers, a former aide to the late U.S. Rep. Morris Udall, D-Ariz., who led a congressional probe into the affair in the late 1970s.

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NUMEC did business with at least a dozen nations, including Japan, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, England and Israel.

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The AEC gave approval for the Israelis to visit NUMEC, according to a Sept. 20, 1968, memo from Walsh to Rice.

The four visitors were: Avraham Hermoni, Ephraim Beigon, Abraham Bendor and Raphael (or, Rafael) Eitan.

FBI and NUMEC documents listed Hermoni as a scientific counselor with the Israeli Embassy; Beigon, group leader of the electronics department in the Israeli defense ministry; Bendor, also in the electronics department; and Eitan, a chemist in the defense ministry

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Eitan's exploits are legendary. .....and there is a long list at the link

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Soon after the men's visit, 587 pounds of weapons-grade uranium reportedly went missing from NUMEC, according to Udall's papers.

The actual amount is a matter of some debate. Scholars have put the amount between Udall's high of 587 pounds to as little as 132 pounds.




this happened just down the road from me..but before i moved here..however there are still stories being told of all the "agents" who hung out for the duration

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Remember the 20,000 Libyan surface to air missiles lost in Libya?

US says terrorists seeking missing Libyan missiles

"Libya was largest non-producing country holding MANPADS," he said, referring to the weapons by their official designation of Man-Portable Air-Defense Systems.

The United States and other Western nations have been trying for decades to reduce the global stock of portable missiles, fearing they could fall into the hands of terrorists. The small, easily concealable SAM-7s are considered obsolete by modern military standards but could pose a threat to civilian airliners or helicopters.

Weighing just 14 kilograms (31 pounds) and only 1.40-meters (4-feet) long, the 1960s-era missile can reach an altitude of over 3,000 meters (10,000 feet).

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/feedarticle/9895149

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Z..if this doesn't not fit..toss it

this is a follow up on the apollo nuclear waste that was buried at the site of numec in the 60's..
that's what they did then..just put it in drums and buried it in trenches on the property..
for years they have fought about who got cancer and who's going to move the stuff out of there
tons of money has been spent on both sides..finally  it was settled as to what was to be done
they made the gas company come in and move a pipe line
they cleared an area set back from the road ..dug down and made a deep foundation bed
then they built a huge structure  and transport area and a long paved , gated road up to the structure
and fnally start to dig trenches and remove the drums to Utah

this is the article in todays paper ..they halted the whole thing ...

article here
       http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/valleynewsdispatch/s_762643.html



some highlights :


By Michael Aubele, VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH
Wednesday, October 19, 2011


PARKS -- In the wake of news that removal of nuclear waste from a dump in Parks township recently came to an abrupt halt because of a safety violation, those who live near the site sought assurances Tuesday from the Army Corps of Engineers the error won't happen again.

"It's just that if this project is going to go on for the next eight to 10 years ... you want to make sure they're competent," Gilpin resident Anita Navarro said of the contractor hired to handle the cleanup. "You don't want to 'poke the bear,' as they say."

Corps officials told Navarro and roughly 50 other area residents that "human error" forced them to immediately stop work at the dump on Sept. 30. The corps accuses contracted employees of failing to do their jobs.

The error didn't create a public health risk, corps officials said.

The corps hired contractor Cabrera Services of East Hartford, Conn., to handle excavation of radioactive materials at the former Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp. (NUMEC) waste dump. Ten trenches at the 44-acre site eventually will be unearthed. NUMEC dumped radioactive and chemical waste there that was produced at its Apollo plant in the 1960s. The dump closed in 1970.

Numerous 55-gallon drums containing radioactive waste are buried in the trenches.

The error that led to shutting down the operation allegedly involved failure to check the contents of 10 of those drums at the trench site.

"The complete check of what was inside was missing," said Col. Butch Graham, commander of the corps' Pittsburgh District.

Corps officials said the drums' contents are supposed to go through a series of inspections, or "scans," before they leave the trenches and are taken to a processing building located at the dump. The final scan wasn't performed before the drums were taken to the processing facility, they said.

"This allowed a window of opportunity where harm could occur," Graham said. "No harm came."

Without going into detail, he indicated workers at the site could've been hurt because of the oversight, although none were.

The colonel said work won't resume until corps officials "are assured the contractor can do it safely." The corps still is investigating, he said.

An official with Cabrera Services couldn't be reached last night.

With only about a month left during the construction season, corps officials said it's possible that work might not resume until next year.

Thomas Booker, who lives about 150 yards from the dump, asked why the mistake was made. Corps officials responded that two people are responsible for checking the drums in the trenches -- a primary inspector and a backup -- and that neither did the job.

Leechburg environmentalist Patty Ameno commended the corps for its response, saying, "There is no room for deviation, and I'm impressed by that."

Recognizing the potential for a harmful situation, Ameno offered suggestions for putting residents at ease. Among them, scheduling an emergency drill so that residents know what to expect and how to react if a disaster unfolds.

Calling the error "unacceptable," Graham sought to reassure residents that the job will be done properly.

"We know how to get this material out of your back yard," he said.

 







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More on Libyan missiles:

Iran 'steals surface-to-air missiles from Libya'
Iran's Revolutionary Guards have stolen dozens of sophisticated Russian-made surface-to-air missiles from Libya and smuggled them across the border to neighbouring Sudan, according to Western intelligence reports.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iran/8782103/Iran-steals-surface-to-air-missiles-from-Libya.html

Sudan and Iran have a defense pact.  Elite troops stationed in Sudan from Iran slipped over into Libya during the confusion and stole some missiles.

What a world we live in.  Plutonium missing, missiles missing, what's next?
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Libya's missing weapons being smuggled into Gaza
Israeli intelligence is increasingly concerned about the quantity of Libyan arms flowing into Gaza.

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/middle-east/israel-and-palestine/111008/libya-missing-weapons-arms-smuggling-gaza-hamas

JERUSALEM — Israel’s military intelligence is increasingly concerned about the quantity of Libyan arms flowing into the Gaza strip through its increasingly volatile southern border.

Egypt has a northwestern border point with Israel, at the top of the Sinai desert, and a long eastern boundary with Libya. The fall of Muammar Gaddafi's Tripoli represents a new source for weaponry, and has opened up a new land route, enabling smugglers to bring “thousands” of weapons into Gaza by way of tunnels that run from Rafah, in northern Egypt, into the Hamas-run territory, according to numerous Israeli military sources.

Before the influx of Libyan contraband, Israeli assessments have been that most of the weapons coming into Gaza, albeit also illegally, have been from Iran, transported by ships crossing the Mediterranean Sea or over land via Sudan.

more at above link.....
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well well well..the clean up at numec has taken a very interesting turn..as you will see if you want to check out these articles that were in our local paper this morning
seems that the clean up efforts were shut down last fall..and now the place has home land securitiy guards with big guns patroling ..highly visible guns
seems some of that missing stuff and more has been found in the trenches that were bing dug up..
this is so totally wild.. and damn just a few miles down the road...yikes
abiting by the rules i will only post the lead ins..you hafta go read if you're interested

several articles here
http://triblive.com/news/armstrong/

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Homeland Security guards nuke dump site By Mary Ann Thomas
Heavily armed guards from the Department of Homeland Security are patrolling a former nuclear waste dump in Parks as the Army Corps of Engineers rethinks its cleanup there after finding more "complex" nuclear material than expected, officials said. "The elevated security measures were put in place at the request of …
http://triblive.com/news/armstrong/2024141-74/nuclear-security-site-corps-material-waste-cleanup-department-dump-guards

Security grows tighter at nuclear waste dump By Mary Ann Thomas
No one wants to discuss details of security at the nuclear waste dump in Parks, but if you drive by the site, it's hard to miss. Before the Army Corps of Engineers started prepping the 44-acre nuclear waste dump along Route 66 several years ago, a chain-link fence and nuclear …
http://triblive.com/news/armstrong/2025353-74/security-nuclear-site-waste-corps-material-army-dump-materials-sites

'Complex' material throws wrench into Park plans By Mary Ann Thomas
The rethinking of who and what program will handle the Parks cleanup began when contractors unearthed greater than expected quantities of "complex" nuclear materials last fall. But just what are those "complex" materials? Nobody is saying. Complex materials are materials that are difficult to analyze, said David McIntyre, spokesman for …
http://triblive.com/news/armstrong/2025232-74/materials-site-material-cleanup-complex-nuclear-corps-expected-studies-uranium

 Corps of Engineers ponders next step at nuke dump By Mary Ann Thomas
After finding greater quantities of "complex" nuclear material than was expected at the former NUMEC nuclear waste dump in Parks, the fate of the Army …
http://triblive.com/news/armstrong/2025104-74/corps-nuclear-cleanup-project-waste-army-dump-fusrap-agency-ameno

Mystery surrounds discrepancies in amount of lost uranium By Mary Ann Thomas
Probably the biggest question about the former NUMEC nuclear waste disposal site in Parks is this: What's in the ground there? Robert Alvarez, senior scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington and former senior policy adviser to the secretary of the Department of Energy during the Clinton administration, …
http://triblive.com/news/armstrong/2024746-74/nuclear-waste-alvarez-materials-235-government-snm-weapons-lost-parks

 


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