In today's world climate, with many unstable countries stretching beyond their financial limits to join the nuclear elite and terrorists grabbing any opportunity to create a nuclear disaster in their self defined bulls eye, it seems almost inevitable that a dirty bomb or nuclear weapon will go off somewhere in the world within the next decade. How did we get to this point as a planet? Are these weapons more of a help or a hindrance to world peace? As one of the main holders, and the only user of these weapons, what is the United States' role in creating this world as we see it today? Probing the Deep is one man's attempt to make sense of the role he played in the Cold War. It is my attempt to tell my story and bring clarity to some unresolved questions about the position I held, the mission I might have been asked to carry out, and the nightmares that have continued for years thereafter.
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|Size: ||215 KB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781312924369 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|