That would be fantastic, actually. Not that they’re Nazis, but that they actually did something about it. I had numerous commanders with visible white supremacist tattoos all over them who were some of the most rewarded people I interacted with.
I just assume they refused to turn the key during a simulation
Plenty of scandals to go around when it comes to the folks entrusted with handling nuclear weapons.
That’s where they were to begin with!
Ok, I kid, but it’s good to note that these are not people who are involved (directly) in launching nuclear weapons.
Is it balloons?
What else would you do to pass the time whilst waiting for nuclear war?
Nuclear Nazis? Atomic Antisemites? Fission Fascists?
It’s probably something mundane like a sex scandal.
Although bad behaviour and lax discipline are often how you wind up with nefarious espionage issues.
They told the TRUTH about the aliens.
ETA: Or, to enlarge on bobtato’s speculations, they were banging aliens, buying and or selling drugs to or from aliens, and/or trading drugs for alien sex.
Perhaps carcinogens were found at Minot.
Their names were withheld “to protect the privacy of the individuals” in the initial statement but later released. The Pentagon services typically release the names of commanders when announcing reliefs for cause.
Standard Operating procedure in the case of all dismissals, or an attempt to cover up salacious rumors?
Yeah, at stars and stripes they seem to wanna suggest it was health related:
“The firings come as the Air Force is expanding a review of whether nine instances of blood cancer found in officers over decades are linked to nuclear silo work. The broadened review includes all personnel who worked on, guarded, supported or operated ground-based warheads, Global Strike Command announced last week.”
“I do not avoid women, Mandrake, but I do deny them my essence.”
So nothing to do with leaving a nuclear silo door open to allow a pizza delivery then. I often wonder what happened to those guys and their commander.
U.S. Air Force not keen to explain why it fired a Colonel and five others at nuclear base.
I can understand that. We all know the military does stupid stuff but military officers just don’t make good ordnance.
No penetration, defeated by even minimal fortifications.
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