Outdated training gear provided for training nuclear security troops under the terms of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. It’s in the United States interest to see to it that Russian nukes aren’t stolen.
It’s been posted before and you are late to the party, but rant on along with the others who haven’t bothered to find out what is going on.
Clear and concise, thank you for the elucidation.
It cant be that high-tech, I worked on the MILES program way back in 1975. We all had guns on our drafting tables, fitting them with lasers. It was a fun job.