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A missing H-bomb lies off Georgia's coast but is it a danger?

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The Post and Courier
H-Bomb off coast: Danger or Dud?

Story on lost hydrogen bomb presents no threat to national security

Missile Warning Satellite Arrives in Proper Orbit
Soviets still have ICBM's on alert

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Chernobyl Russia
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AP News Story
DIRTY BOMB THREAT

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President Bush will host the 30th G8 Summit at Sea Island, Georgia on June 8-10, 2004
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Broken Arrow!
Colonel Howard Richardson's Story

What happens after a nuclear explosion. Read the account from Bikini Atoll here.

The Hydrogen Bomb In Bible Prophecy Summit
G8 Summit in Sea Island
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PASSING OF AN ERA:
ARSENEAULT, ARTHUR J., JR., LCDR USN RET - age 85, of Knoxville, died on Monday, April 12, 2010 at Fort Sanders Regional Hospital. He was a very active member of John XXIII Roman Catholic Church since 1987. Art was reared in Summerville, Massachusetts. He made Eagle Scout and subsequently graduated from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in 1944, commissioned an Ensign (Deck-Merchant) USNR and augmented into the regular Navy in 1946. He served during World War II, the Korean War, and the beginning of the Vietnam War. During his military career, he was a deep-sea hard hat diver, frogman, EOD/UDT-4, and Paratrooper. While assigned to the Scripps Institute studying Oceanography, he met LTJG Willidean Blazier (a Navy Flight Nurse) of Knoxville, and they were married in February of 1952. He retired from the US Navy in 1965. He was active in the Boy Scouts of America for 73 years; worked for the State of Georgia and later for the Cobb County, Georgia Police Department as Criminal Justice Planner and Safety Administrator. In April of 1987, after retirement, Art moved to Knoxville. Art was active in the Military Order of World Wars; Navy League, Marine Corps League, East Tennessee Military Affairs Council, Civil War Round Table, and VFW. Art is preceded in death by his first wife, Willidean Arseneault; son, Carl Arseneault CPT US Army Retired, and granddaughter, Michelle Leigh Baker. He is survived by wife, Jean Connors Flynn Arseneault of Chester, Pennsylvania whom he married in June of 2006; son, Daniel Arseneault, LCDR, USN RET and wife, Sue Jean of Marietta, Georgia; daughter, Nanette Arseneault CAPT USPHS-IRC of Knoxville; daughter, Suzanne Keith CPT US Army and husband Scott BT1 USN RET of Korea; son, David Arseneault MMCM USN RET and wife Daphne of Virginia Beach, Virginia; son, Stephen Arseneault and wife Lori of Orlando, Florida; daughter, Michelle Baumgarten and husband Richard, former Marine, of Knoxville; daughter-in-law, Gabrielle Arseneault, a teacher with DOD school in Germany; adopted daughter, Edie Gayton of Powder Springs, GA; 12 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren; sister, Sally Pedrick of PEI. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Military Order of the World Wars, 435 North Lee Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 or Father Eric Andrews, Paulist Productions, 17575 Pacific Coast Highway, PO Box 1057, Pacific Palisades California, 90272. A Memorial Mass will be conducted on Thursday Evening at 7:30 p.m. at John XXIII Roman Catholic Church. Family and friends will meet at the rotunda at East Tennessee Veterans Cemetery on Friday at 9:30 a.m. for graveside services. Full military services will be presented. Arrangements by Berry Funeral Home, Chapman Highway. Condolences may be offered at www.berryfuneralhome.com


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JR Roseberry February 7, 2006 Story

Front Cover: Chasing Loose Nukes by Derek Duke

Air Force ready to release Tybee Bomb findings
Nuke hunter: 'If the Air Force came in with all of their equipment and came up with a blank, that concerns us.'
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Radiation levels not significant
Air Force to report on H-bomb search

BY TONY BARTELME
Of The Post and Courier Staff

March 27, 2005 Statesboro Times Article: Six Months of Silence Follow Government Tests for Lost Nuke.
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Air Force takes new interest in lost bomb The Post and Courier Charleston

TYBEE BOMB SEARCH
by JR Roseberry June 28,2004

Get bomb out of water before it starts glowing 8/04 Savannah Morning News

FEBRUARY 16, 2004 INTERVIEW WITH LT. COLONEL DEREK DUKE. CLICK HERE

You may recall that in late May, Derek Duke wrote advising of the existence of classified letters from President Eisenhower to ten private citizens throughout the country giving them authority over various parts of the economy and total society in the event of a declaration of a national emergency.

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Posted on Wed, Feb. 11, 2004
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Lost: One H-Bomb. Call Owner
After 47 Years, a WMD Remains AWOL

By Clark Rumrill
Special to The Washington Post
Sunday, April 17, 2005; Page D01

Nuclear Bomb Records Are Lost, U.S. Says

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LOOSE NUKES THREATEN THE COAST. GOODBYE SAVANNAH. BY FRED DUGAN

'Dirty Bomb' Was Major New Year's Worry By John Mintz and Susan Schmidt
Washington Post Staff Writers
Wednesday, January 7, 2004

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April 17, 2010
Art was a true American Hero. His service to our country never ended. While in the US Navy, his Nuclear EOD unit was 1 of only 2 in the world. Their mission during the COLD WAR nuclear standoff was intensely dangerous. And that team did incredible work at nuclear accident sites saving this world from Armageddon.

Art went on after retirement from the Navy to a remarkable job in public safety for Georgia. As a badged Executive Officer he was one of the planners and founders of the important Skidaway Inst of Oceanography in Savannah, Ga. Truly Art was a man who loved and cherished our world.

I came to know Art because of his command of the EOD search for the lost US Air Force Hydrogen Bomb dropped in 1958 in the ocean at Savannah. It was never found and in 2004 the US Government conducted another search for the missing weapon. Art was an adviser and important asset for that operation which also failed to find the lost weapon. The need for better technology was painfully apparent.

I mention this because Art's story is not finished nor is that important work. He consulted with me routinely as we discussed the technology needed to find such dangerous items. That work is still underway. Art's input lives on.

To his family, you are all to be commended for your public service that you have all done, I am sure that is due in part to the wonderful man Art was. The world will miss him. Please carry on.

Pat and I give our deepest sympathy to your loss.
~
Derek Duke,
Statesboro, Georgia

 

 

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