This is coolbert:
One if by air and two if by sea!
And not so much loose nukes but loose warships.
"Counter-Terrorism: Loose Nukes In Pakistan"
"October 13, 2014: Pakistan is being accused by many Pakistanis of trying to cover up the participation of navy personnel in a recent al Qaeda attempt to hijack a frigate."
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"The plan was apparently to hijack the frigate and use it to attack an American warship currently off the coast. Taking a frigate out to sea requires more than four people, even if all four are trained sailors. So the question is; who else was in on this plot and how many of them were sailors at the naval base?"
Pakistani naval personnel [the ring leader having been previously cashiered] hijacking a warship and use to attack an American vessel.
NO SUCH mutiny of this sort has occurred at least in over forty years now.
The last time to my recollection was the seizure of a Soviet warship in the Baltic, the enlisted men overpowering their officers and making a run for Sweden. An attempt at escape unsuccessful, many of the crewmen being executed when apprehended.
AND THE QUESTION TOO HAS BE ASKED, HOW SAFE EXACTLY ARE THOSE SEVERAL HUNDRED PAKISTANI NUCLEAR WARHEADS?
NO WHERE ELSE other than at Strategy Page did I see any mention of this attempted hijacking. I guess the news media is too absorbed with ISIL and such an attack would be small potatoes in comparison?