They Meant to Ship Helicopter Parts

They ended up shipping fuses for nuclear warheads.  Ooops.  It’s one of those things, you have to wonder if it’s a legitimate mistake, or we’re (or were, rather) secretly arming Taiwan with nuclear weapons, and this whole story is a cover.

3 Responses to “They Meant to Ship Helicopter Parts”

  1. RedneckInNY says:


  2. Mike W. says:

    And yet some people think universal healthcare would be a great idea. If they can’t get this right just imagine what they could do to healthcare.

  3. kaveman308 says:

    Cover story, hmmm?

    You remember the story about the 6 nukes mistatkenly loaded onto the plane, flown over Nevada, and 5 nukes unloaded after the plane landed. But don’t worry, those nukes were missing the nose cone assembly. Then throw in the fact that FEMA got heavily involved searching for millionaire thrill seeker Steve Fosset who went down somewhere near the flight plan of the nuke flight in Nevada. Why would FEMA get involved over a missing pilot.

    Sounds like someone is trying to steal a nuke, one piece at a time. My guess is that once obtained, the San Andreas fault gets a little nudge, California gets hit hard with the earthquake and radiation, unseen evil-does get blamed, and that is the impedus needed to cancel the election and declare martial law.

    Or, it could be a simple paper work error.

    Nuke triggers, helicopter batteries, it could happen to anyone.