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UN Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons
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LRSO: New Nuclear Cruise Missile
US Nukes at Incirlik AFB, Turkey
Trump Admin and Nuclear Weapons Policy
Kirtland AFB Nuclear Weapons Complex
Flashpoint: NATO-Russia
Flashpoint: North Korea
MOX / Plutonium Disposition
Fukushima Disaster and Updates
Nuke Lab Contractors Illegal Lobbying
Revolving Door: The Case of Heather Wilson
Marshall Islands Lawsuit
Plutonium Pit Production at LANL
Nuclear Testing Since 1945
Atomic Histories



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Weapons Complex Map
Nuclear Watch Interactive Map of the
Nuclear Weapons Complex
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Facilities:
    Kansas City Plant
    Lawrence Livermore National Labs
    Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Nevada National Security Site
    Pantex Plant
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Savannah River Site
    Washington DC
    Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP)
    Y-12 National Security Complex

Facility Spotlight:
At Y-12, the cost of designing the Uranium Processing Facility keeps spiraling: $92 million in '06, $2 billion by '16. (How do you spend 2 billion dollars designing anything?) - See OREPA's June '15 UPF update

- NNSA Cuts Los Alamos Lab's Award Fees by 90%
- DOE IG Report: Sandia Labs Misused Federal Funds
- Y-12: Poster Child For A Dysfunctional Nuclear
  Weapons Complex

ANA Map of nuclear risks USA
Click the image to download this large printable map of DOE sites, commercial reactors, nuclear waste dumps, nuclear transportation routes, surface waters near sites and transport routes, and underlying aquifers. This map was prepared by Deborah Reade for the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability.


U.S. Nuclear Weapons Facilities: Ten-Year Site Plans


The NNSA's Ten-Year Site Plans are made public because of a victorious
Nuclear Watch New Mexico Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
Here is the NWNM Stipulated order.



NNSA Ten-Year Site Plans, FY2016-2025:

* Kansas City Plant TYSP
* Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory TYSP
* Los Alamos National Laboratory TYSP
* Nevada Field Office TYSP
* Office of Secure Transportation TYSP
* Pantex TYSP
* Sandia National Laboratories TYSP
* Savannah River Site TYSP
* Y-12 TYSP

Related Documents:
* Memorandum Opinion And Order Granting Summary Judgment On Statutory Compliance
* Stipulated Order in the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico
* NNSA Ten-Year Site Plan FY 2016-2025 Approval Memorandum
* TYSP Guidance


NNSA's Ten-Year Site Plans, FY2014

* Kansas City Plant TYSP
* Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory TYSP
* Los Alamos National Laboratory TYSP
* Nevada Field Office TYSP
* Office of Secure Transportation TYSP
* Pantex TYSP
* Sandia National Laboratories TYSP
* Savannah River Site TYSP
* Y-12 TYSP

Related Documents:
* Stipulated Order in the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico
* NNSA Ten-Year Site Plan FY 2014-2023 Approval Memorandum
* TYSP Guidance



NNSA's Ten-Year Site Plans, FY2013

* Kansas City Plant TYSP
* Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory TYSP
* Los Alamos National Laboratory TYSP
* Nevada Site Office TYSP
* Office of Secure Transportation TYSP
* Pantex TYSP
* Sandia National Laboratories TYSP
* Savannah River Site TYSP
* Y-12 TYSP

Related Documents:
* Stipulated Order in the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico
* NNSA Ten-Year Site Plan FY 2013-2022 Approval Memorandum
* TYSP Guidance



NNSA Ten-Year Site Plans, FY2012

* Los Alamos National Laboratory (PDF)
* Sandia National Laboratories (PDF)
* Lawrence Livermore National Labs (PDF)
* Pantex Plant (PDF)
* Kansas City Plant (PDF)
* Y-12 National Security Complex (PDF)
* Savannah River Site (PDF)
* Nevada National Security Site (PDF)



NNSA Ten-Year Site Plans, FY2011

* Kansas City Plant
* Los Alamos National Laboratory
* Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
* Nevada Site Office
* Pantex Plant
* Sandia National Laboratories
* NNSA Savannah River Site Office
* Y-12 National Security Complex
* Office of Secure Transportation
* NNSA Service Center

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