The Royal Canadian navy is to investigate claims that a diver may have found “the lost nuke” – a Mark IV bomb that went missing off the coast of Canada since 1950, after an American B-36 bomber crashed in the water during the cold war.
“I was just looking for fish. I figured I would do a little reconnaissance dive looking around and on my dive I got pretty far from my boat, ” Diver Sean Smyrichinsky told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). “And then I found something that I had never, ever seen before.”
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Smyrichinsky was planning a day of diving when he come across what may be the world’s first known “broken arrow” – the code name for accidents involving American nuclear weapons…
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