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Description: A collection of nuclear weapon and national security documents, records, scans, and images that I have acquired as part of my research and news media representative activities including through the Freedom of Information Act, museum visits, scanning at government reading rooms, online reading rooms, etc. I make this information publicly available in order to report on past and present US government activities; to provide data for other researchers, scholars, and media representatives; in the hope that others will find it of value to their own scholarship, research, and sense of curiosity; and to further increase the possibilities of citizen governance of US nuclear weapon activities. Transparency may not guarantee accountability but accountability is virtually impossible without transparency. Please cite appropriately if you make use of these materials and I always enjoy hearing if something is useful to you. Special thanks is extended to the following for generous support and funding enabling portions of this work: -Center for Regional Studies, University of New Mexico. -My generous Patrons, donors, and friends including those on Patreon. -The Department of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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