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Y-12 Plant Suspends Nuclear Arms Activities Over Feared Vulnerabilities

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The Y-12 National Security Complex in Tennessee has suspended all atomic activities, locked away stores of refined uranium and mandated personnel retraining in response to mounting fears over defensive shortcomings after three antiwar advocates infiltrated the Tennessee nuclear arms site on Saturday.

GSN coverage on Y-12:

Y-12 Plant Suspends Nuclear Arms Activities Over Feared Vulnerabilites, Aug. 2, 2012

Y-12 Plant Infiltration Bore Little Resemblance to Drills: Report, July 31, 2012

Antiwar Protesters Infiltrate Y-12 Nuke Plant, July 30, 2012

Y-12 Uranium Plant Faces Vulnerabilities: Watchdog Panel, April 5, 2012

 

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NTI, EFI Foundation, Clean Air Task Force, and Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation Discuss Responsible Nuclear Energy Expansion

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NTI, EFI Foundation, Clean Air Task Force, and Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation Discuss Responsible Nuclear Energy Expansion

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