As predicted, the true cost of layoffs becoming apparent.
GAO report on problems remanufacturing warheads
Apparently this story has been covered by local papers around Oak Ridge for some time. Has now hit the national and international news.
Nickel summary - we've lost the ability to make components for Trident warheads due to loss of documentation and people leaving the complex. And the computer models were worthless when faced with trying new alternate materials on the old design.
March 9, 2009 3:04 PM
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