Turkey Coup Raises Questions About NATO’s B61 Nuke Posture

Credit: Hans Kristensen/Federation of American Scientists
The U.S. and NATO face serious questions about the wisdom of stationing nuclear weapons in Turkey after commanders at Incirlik air base, which houses potentially as many as 50 B61 thermonuclear weapons, were implicated in the attempted overthrow of President Recep Erdogan. An estimated 180 American...

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