17th January 1966 an American plane crashed near the Spanish village of Palomares. What was the valuable cargo?

the Olympic team of US
a collection of Picasso's creations
John Lennon's body
four thermonuclear bombs
The 1966 Palomares B-52 crash, or the Palomares incident, occurred when a B-52G bomber of the United States Air Force's Strategic Air Command collided with a KC-135 tanker during mid-air refuelling at 31,000 feet (9,450 m) over the Mediterranean Sea. Of the four Mk28-type hydrogen bombs the B-52G carried, three were found on land, and one in the sea. The non-nuclear explosives in two of the weapons detonated upon impact with the ground, resulting in the contamination of a 2-square-kilometer (490-acre) area by plutonium.
RaxonPC
0
Correct this question
5
Very interesting!
reach: rather globalaviationdisastershistorymilitarySpainUS Army

Answers by country

the Olympic team of US
a collection of Picasso's creations
John Lennon's body
four thermonuclear bombs
answers
flagNew Zealand
9%
23%
3%
62%
64
flagRepublic of Ireland
12%
25%
6%
51%
31
flagAustralia
24%
22%
2%
50%
97
flagGermany
15%
27%
5%
49%
509
flagPoland
16%
27%
7%
47%
17729
flagAustria
20%
28%
2%
46%
78
flagthe United Kingdom
20%
24%
6%
45%
212
flagGreece
16%
38%
0%
44%
18
flagFrance
17%
23%
11%
41%
17
flagthe United States
20%
28%
6%
40%
315
flagCanada
21%
28%
3%
39%
28
flagSwitzerland
31%
25%
5%
37%
35
flagItaly
25%
18%
0%
37%
16
flagthe Philippines
20%
35%
10%
35%
20
flagSpain
14%
38%
8%
34%
49
flagUkraine
14%
41%
12%
28%
229
flagKazakhstan
16%
44%
11%
27%
36
flagBelarus
21%
43%
4%
26%
46
flagIndia
20%
33%
24%
21%
95
flagRussia
15%
53%
8%
18%
312