sifting through thousands of different pages of documents, I found references
to some previously, never-before-released (that I saw) documents about nuclear

I have
always been fascinated by the topic, ever since I saw the 1996 film Broken
Arrow.  Yes, I know, a bit cheesy, but I was 15 when it came out – and I
was just about to start The Black Vault. I was fascinated to learn, that Broken
Arrow was a real term, and in fact, nuclear accidents have plagued American
history. So,  when I saw these documents existed, I had to get them!

It took
quite a few years – and my FOIA requests bounced around from a few offices. I
had to refile to the NNSA in 2015, and in September of 2016, finally received
them, declassified.

Declassified Documents

Response Letter, Dated September 15, 2016
[3 Pages, 1.1MB]

of Accidents Involving Nuclear Materials, May 2, 1971
 [5 Pages, 1.8MB]

of Air Force Nuclear Accidents, February 6, 1968
 [4 Pages, 2.2MB]

of Accidents Involving Nuclear Materials, May 25, 1966
 [8 Pages,