Ever wonder how people get jobs working on nuclear bombs?
Although America’s nuclear arsenal is down considerably in the last decade or two, they still exist, and they don’t take care of themselves, explains a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
Just what is the path? Look in the help wanted ads? Sign up at your local community college for a “Nuke bombs 101” course?
Actually, the Federation of American Scientists has posted online an Air Force document explaining what would be needed.
For example, a key requirement is normal color vision and depth perception.
They don’t want those red wires connected to the black ones, apparently.
And, there should be no record of “emotional instability as specialty requires continued access to nuclear weapons and components.”
Oh, you’ll be handling “top secret materials” and must be familiar with both “plutonium hazards” and tritium hazards.”
Some subjects are as basic