April 1986: After Chernobyl Melt Down, What Flew Over Mannheim, Germany?

On April 26, 1986 when the Chernobyl, Russia nuclear reactor melted down, radioactivity spread all over Europe. Mannheim, Germany housed about 60,000 American military at the time, including a National Security Agency unit that passed out all the secret military codes. Not far away were the huge American Ramstein AFB in Kaiserslautern and Rhein-main AFB in Frankfurt.
On April 26, 1986 when the Chernobyl, Russia nuclear reactor melted down, radioactivity spread all over Europe. Mannheim, Germany housed about 60,000 American military at the time, including a National Security Agency unit that passed out all the secret military codes. Not far away were the huge American Ramstein AFB in Kaiserslautern and Rhein-main AFB in Frankfurt.

April 21, 2001  El Paso, Texas - Sergio Arellano was born in El Paso fifty years ago, graduated from high school there and then joined the U. S. Army where he earned a degree in transportation. By the end of April 1986 - and after the awful nuclear melt down at a Chernobyl, Russia power plant on April 26, 1986 - Sergio was a Master Sergeant in Mannheim, Germany working in the 28th Transportation Battalion. In 1996, he retired from the Army and returned to his hometown to work for a commercial trucking company.

 

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