Re: Nuke Codes Lost During Clinton Years: Ex-General
- From: "dott.Piergiorgio" <dott.PiergiorgioNIHON@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2010 02:13:36 +0200
Il 25/10/2010 01:23, dumpster4@xxxxxxxxxxx ha scritto:
"Special codes that allow the U.S. president to order
a nuclear attack went missing "for months" during Bill
Clinton's time at the White House, his former top
military officer says in a memoir.
The nuclear authorization codes, known as the "biscuit,"
are supposed to remain close to the U.S. president at
all times and are safeguarded by one of his aides.
"At one point during the Clinton administration - and
until this day, to my knowledge this has never been
released - the codes were actually missing for months,"
former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Hugh Shelton
wrote in his newly-published memoir, "Without Hesitation:
The Odyssey of an American Warrior.""
And where was the issue ?
lost code, the NORAD admin enter in whatever is the root account and change ASAP Mr. President's code, whose is given to said Official with a stern warning of taking much more seriously his high Office.
(aside that surely there's "co-signature" codes, 'cuz of the wise rule that nuke release are never ordered by less than two authority)
Best regards from Italy,
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