by William Astore
The author worked at NORAD's headquarters under Cheyenne Mountain at the height of the Cold War and wonders why, having emerged the nominal victors of one round of military escalation toward armageddon, American policymakers seem willing to enter another.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
The military’s famous Santa Tracker began with a wrong number.
by Matt Novak
In 1979 programmers at NORAD almost started World War III when they accidentally ran a computer simulation of a Soviet attack.
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