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Probe finds nuke guards mishandled guns

Federal and private guards entrusted with monitoring the transport of nuclear and conventional weapons “systematically” violated policies governing the handling and inventory of their own weapons, a report released Wednesday stated. In one case, a private guard gave a government handgun to his wife to store overnight in her car, the report by the Energy Department inspector general found. In another, guards improperly took government and personal handguns to a Nevada nuclear test site. The report noted inadequate record-keeping exposed the weapons to theft, loss or misuse. Full Story

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