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UN Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons
B61-12 Enhanced Nuclear Bomb
LRSO: New Nuclear Cruise Missile
US Nukes at Incirlik AFB, Turkey
Trump Admin and Nuclear Weapons Policy
Kirtland AFB Nuclear Weapons Complex
Flashpoint: NATO-Russia
Flashpoint: North Korea
MOX / Plutonium Disposition
Fukushima Disaster and Updates
Nuke Lab Contractors Illegal Lobbying
Revolving Door: The Case of Heather Wilson
Marshall Islands Lawsuit
Plutonium Pit Production at LANL
Nuclear Testing Since 1945
Atomic Histories



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    Y-12 National Security Complex



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Nuclear New Mexico


Nuclear New Mexico Map
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Navajo Nation:
- A Tour of Abandoned Uranium Mines in Navajo Country and Beyond
- Cleaning Up Abandoned Uranium Mines
- Abandoned Uranium Mines Cleanup Gets $600 Million
- For The Navajo Nation, Uranium Mining's Deadly Legacy Lingers

Gasbuggy nuclear test

Church Rock Uranium Spill

Grants Mining District

Jackpile Open Pit Uranium Mine

Los Alamos Laboratory

Sandia National Labs

Kirtland AFB nuclear weapons complex
- Note there are some 2,500 nuclear weapons stored in Kirtland's underground munitions storage complex; just one of many nuclear weapons-related functions at the base. See more details here

Trinity Test site

White Sands Missile Range

Holtec Int'l: dry cask spent fuel storage technology

WIPP/ Waste Isolation Pilot Plant

GNOME: first nuclear test in Plowshare Program.

Urenco Uranium Enrichment Plant

Waste Control Specialists high-level waste dump



ANA Map of nuclear risks USA
Click the image to download this large printable map of DOE sites, commercial reactors, nuclear waste dumps, nuclear transportation routes, surface waters near sites and transport routes, and underlying aquifers. This map was prepared by Deborah Reade for the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability.


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