Skip to comments.Targeting Pakistan's Nukes?
Posted on 12/11/2007 3:45:11 PM PST by Fitzcarraldo
"...The attack at Karma came barely a month after a similar strike at Sargodha Air Base, located west-northwest of Lahore. In that attack, which occurred on 1 November, a suicide bomber killed eight people outside the base perimeter, targeting a bus which was carrying Air Force personnel to a nearby training center.
Like the AWC complex at Karma, Sargodha is also closely linked to Pakistan's nuclear program. The base houses two squadrons of F-16 fighters, which have reportedly been modified for a nuclear strike mission. Additionally, as many as 80 solid-fueled, nuclear-capable Hataf/M-11 short-range missiles are believed to be stored at the Central Ammunition Depot on Kirana Hills in Sargodha. The ammunition depot is believed to hold nuclear weapons for both the F-16s and the missiles..."
Thanks for the ping...
Those nukes close to bin Laden are a scary thing.
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