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Telegraph.co.uk
Nuclear commander lost job after being caught playing fake poker chips
Telegraph.co.uk
After graduating from the US Naval Academy in 1979, Mr Giardina worked his way up the ranks as a career submarine officer. Among his commands were fast attack subs and vessels carrying ballistic nuclear weapons. Yet his career began to unravel last ...
Admiral fired from US nuclear command denies fake poker chips chargeThe Guardian

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Washington Times
U.S. Energy Department doing poor job policing nuclear exports with Iran deal ...
Washington Times
Even as it pursues an 11th hour deal to stop Iran's nuclear ambitions, the Obama administration is doing a poor job policing U.S. nuclear technology exports to ensure they don't fall into the hands of foreign enemies looking to make weapons ...
One week to 'finish the job' in Iran nuclear talksSaudi Gazette
Iran Nuclear Deal Remains in DoubtWall Street Journal
World powers seek nuclear deal with Iran at Vienna talksFRANCE 24
Power Line (blog) -Washington Post (blog) -i24news
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WYG bags new build nuclear job
Building.co.uk
WYG has confirmed a contract, which could be worth up to £35m, to support the construction of Poland's first nuclear power plant . The global consultant announced in July that it had entered into a contract with Amec Foster Wheeler, which has been ...

As it pursues Iran deal, Obama administration doing poor job policing US ...
Iran Focus
Even as it pursues an 11th hour deal to stop Iran's nuclear ambitions, the Obama administration is doing a poor job policing U.S. nuclear technology exports to ensure they don't fall into the hands of foreign enemies looking to make weapons ...

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Watch Live: John Kerry Speaks on the Iran Nuclear Talks
TIME
Secretary of State John Kerry is delivering a statement in Vienna on the status of negotiations over Iran's nuclear program. Watch the statement live above. 0. 0. TIME Politics Military. Pentagon Chief Chuck Hagel Is Stepping Down. Zeke J Miller ...


Great Falls Tribune
Hagel announces changes to nuclear forces
Great Falls Tribune
Hagel said that to help with some of the issues, he has authorized elevating the top Air Force nuclear job from a 3-star to a 4-star general. The current Air Force Global Strike Commander is Lt. Gen. Stephen Wilson, a 3-star general. Hagel said raising ...
Pentagon wants at least $7.5 billion to fix nuclear weapons programsWashington Post
$10 billion needed to upgrade nuclear weapons systems, Hagel saysWashington Times
Air Force ROTC cadets receive nuclear scholarshipsBarksdale Air Force Base
The Hill -Department of Defense
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Now that nuclear is on the way out, Germany considers the future of coal
Smart Grid News
But Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, economic affairs and energy minister, has a completely different point of view. Gabriel said coal helps ensure a dependable energy supply, creates jobs and is reasonably priced. “We can't simultaneously get out of ...

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An MSP warns a Scots site could become a "nuclear graveyard" if it is chosen to store radioactive waste from redundant Royal Navy submarines.
A nuclear vendor workshop with China, France, South Korea, and the USA has been concluded, the energy department says.
Downfall of Vice-Admiral Timothy Giardina is latest embarrassment for America's missile men, amid low morale and a string of public scandals
Even as it pursues an 11th hour deal to stop Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the Obama administration is doing a poor job policing U.S. nuclear technology exports to ensure they don’t fall into the hands of foreign enemies looking to make weapons, investigators have found. The Government Accountability Office, the investigatory ...
NASA has 35 kilograms of plutonium-238 to power its deep-space missions — but that will not get it very far.
Iran and six world powers are meeting this weekend in Vienna with a Monday deadline looming. Here's a look at what it all means for Iran and its neighbors.
By Mehrdad Balali and Michelle Moghtader DUBAI (Reuters) - Hardliners rounded on President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday after negotiators failed to end the Iranian nuclear dispute but the man who ultimately matters, the country's supreme leader, tacitly backed a renewed push for a deal. Iranians faced the prospect of at least several more months of international sanctions that have badly hurt their ...
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