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Atomic Bomb Crater Site, Mars Bluff, South Carolina - in 1958 an atom bomb fell out of a plane blowing a crater in the gummy soil.

Shocking: In 1958, the U.S Air Force accidentally dropped a nuclear bomb on a

In 1958 an atom bomb fell out of a plane and blew a crater into the gummy soil of Mars Bluff, South Carolina. The atomic part didn't explod…

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Bomb Crater Marker

The atomic bomb that faded into South Carolina history | News | postandcourier.com

The atomic bomb that faded into South Carolina history | News | postandcourier.com

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Ruined: Despite attempts made at the time by the Americans to clean up the mess

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Mars Bluff, South Carolina: Atom Bomb Dropped Here

Discovery: Crewmen on board the submarine USS Petrol lash down the U.S. Hydrogen bomb,

Mars Bluff, South Carolina: Atom Bomb Dropped Here. In 1958 an atom bomb fell out of a plane and blew a crater into the ...

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The Marshall Islands, once a U.S. nuclear test site, face oblivion again

A U.S. Navy Grumman F11F-1 Tiger in flight, but not the one that shot itself down. (U.S. Navy National Museum of Naval Aviation)

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Castle Bravo. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A ground zero forgotten

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Broken Arrow: the frightening amount of times the U.S. have lost nuclear bombs

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The hydrogen bomb that very nearly detonated on American soil.US Airforce

UK covering up the records on nuclear bomb testing in Australia and the Pacific. Why?

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LOCAL SHRIMPER WILLIAM GLENN BELIEVES THAT HIS NETS GOT SNAGGED ON SOMETHING IN 1958 OFF THE SHORE OF LITTLE TYBEE ISLAND THAT COULD HAVE BEEN THE “TYBEE ...

Although the event was written about extensively at the time - and it gets brought up whenever an outlet's having a slow news day - a 2012 FOIA request by ...

A nuclear fireball lights up the night in the United States nuclear test Upshot-Knothole Badger on April 18, 1953.

The debris of a crashed American plane in January 1966 in Palomares, Spain. Credit

Atomic Bomb dropped on Florence, S.C., March 11, 1958 - News Article Locations on Waymarking.com

On July 9, 1962 — 50 years ago today — the United States detonated a nuclear weapon high above the Pacific Ocean. Designated Starfish Prime, it was part of ...

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Actual Size Trey Tatum

Castle Bravo

Nuclear tests throughout history, per country

Atomic Bomb Crater Site, Mars Bluff, South Carolina - in 1958 an atom bomb fell out of a plane blowing a crater in the gummy …

Enewak atoll capped to contain the ...

How I did not know this, having lived on the boarder of South Carolina in Augusta, Georgia since 1960, I do not know. But an atomic bomb was dropped on ...

The Bomb with the Crater in the background Trey Tatum

Types of Nuclear Weapons

The atomic bomb that faded into South Carolina history | News | postandcourier.com

B-47s strategic bombers parked at Sidi Slimane around August 1954, several years before

Nuke York, New York: Nuclear Holocaust in the American Imagination from Hiroshima to 9/11

Figure 12—Lone Ranger Atomic Bomb Ring Courtesy of Roger Russell (13) ...

massive crater measuring

How the unlucky Lucky Dragon birthed an era of nuclear fear - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Home foundation sign. Atom Bomb Dropped Here

Mark 6 nuclear bomb similar to the one the United States Air Force inadvertently dropped on

Pieces of the bomb at the nearby Florence Museum of Art, Science, and History Kelly Michals/Flickr (Creative Commons)

U.S. Planned Cold War Mission To Blow Up The Moon? Is That Even Possible?

A sketch of Louis Slotin's criticality accident used to determine exposure of those in the room at the time.

The Cactus Dome alongside an underwater crater ...

as well as Buildings B and C (a garage and children's playhouse, respectively), Walter Gregg and his family is pretty clearly the aggrieved party in this ...

Blast: The unfortunate captain of the bomber accidentally activated the emergency bomb-release mechanism

Bomb Cutout alongside Newspaper Collection Trey Tatum

The Tsar Tank was to regular tanks what Ferris wheels are to regular tanks.

Newsclip display and bomb cutout.

A bomber vanishes

A tower for lowering the bomb ...

A parachutist tests jumping into water with a SADM, which is attached to the line hanging below him.

"One of those things"

Workers recover a portion of a second bomb dropped over North Carolina. US Airforce/Wikimedia

Historical marker and access sign at Mars Bluff, South Carolina. Photo by DTMedia2 CC

Declassified data on structures exposed to nuclear weapons tests in the Pacific

Nuclear bomb craters at Yucca Flat, Nevada Test Site, Nevada. “Sedan” crater, in foreground by EvolvePhotostream, via Flickr

Accidental Mars Bluff bombing survivor dies at 92

Ohio-class submarines can carry up to 24 Trident II D5 SLBM missiles, with each missile being capable of delivering up to 12 independently targetable W76 or ...

Atomic Bomb dropped on Florence, S.C., March 11, 1958 - News Article Locations on Waymarking.com

Enormous: An atomic bomb similar to this was dropped near the Greggs' family home

Tsar Bomba, the largest explosive in ...

The huge craters caused by nuclear weapons tests fill the desert.

An event to remember. Able and Baker day stamp cancellations. (U.S. Naval Institute and National Archives)

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A missing (dummy) bomb. Three of the engines on ...

In a similar manner to the earlier pipes filled with a partial pressure of helium, as used in the Ivy Mike test of 1952, the 1954 Castle Bravo test was ...

Accidental Mars Bluff bombing survivor dies at 92

At 5:30 a.m. on July 16, 1945, Trinity, the world's first atomic device, was detonated in southern New Mexico. “It looked like a giant magnesium flare which ...

1955 - An atomic bomb blast explodes into a mushroom cloud in the desert as soldiers advance and engineers use nuclear power in a plant.

... to show the crater off. craterb3. Forence Museum. sign-markerb

Local Minister is Last to Hear the News Trey Tatum. The Bomb with the Crater in ...

... Bomb Waiting To Blow In The Middle Of The Pacific Ocean. Deep water nuclear explosion test by US military, 1958

Baker shot at Bikini Atoll

Confederate Tributes to the Pee Dee

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Atomic Bomb dropped on Florence, S.C., March 11, 1958 - News Article Locations on Waymarking.com

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