NNSA Meets with US Arms Control to Discuss #Nuclear #Security Matters: Should We be Worried?

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NNSA has recently met with nonother than the US Arms Control in order to talk about certain things that could be beneficial to America. According to the tweet, the Nuclear Security Enterprise is currently prepared to meet the underlying threats of both today and of the future. The Tweet gave emphasis on both Nuclear and Security presented as a hashtag instead of regular capitalized text.

The tweet also mentioned NNSA working with the Los Alamos Lab. For those who are still unaware of what the Los Alamos Lab means, it is a laboratory that focuses directly on meeting certain national security challenges with regards to both technology and also science.

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We had a productive day of briefings and discussions with @USArmsControl while @LosAlamosLab. The #Nuclear #Security Enterprise is prepared to meet the threats of today - and the future. pic.twitter.com/EltNqIUSek — NNSA Administrator (@LGHNNSA) September 8, 2020

NNSA Administrator on Twitter, the account of Lisa E. Gordon-Hagerty who is working as the Under Secretary for the Nuclear Security Energy as well as the Administrator of NNSA stated in a tweet that she was honored to hose the recent US Arms Control just as of recent at the Los Alamos Lab in order to give briefings on certain arms control techniques.

These techniques are said to also include warhead detection and verification. Lisa E. Gordon-Hagerty noted that the NNSA is definitely at the forefront of trying to keep America safe and sound.

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When has national security evolved?

National security has always been a big concern and although it might seem pretty peaceful in the world right now aside from the ongoing pandemic, the threat of security goes beyond the previous threats. The threat as of the moment has to do with either technology or science.

Another problem that is currently troubling the public and threatening Americans is the problem of security and the possibility of nuclear warfare. Since the previous world war, technology has really advanced and with technology comes weapons.

Although nuclear warheads have not been fired in a while, preparation for the worst is still of the utmost importance. This is one of the reasons why NASA has meat with the US Arms Control in order to discuss and talk about further measures that can be applied in order to safeguard the lives of Americans.

For #LaborDay, I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude to the #NNSA workforce. I am delighted to work with such a dedicated, talented, and hard-working team. We should all be proud of what we have accomplished this past year, both individually and collectively. pic.twitter.com/tmMlXC1aY4 — NNSA Administrator (@LGHNNSA) September 7, 2020

NNSA working with the security of the country

The recent tweet, although a formality, shows the cooperation of different entities that are concerned with the National Safety of the United States. Along with the Los Alamos Lab, the meeting could be considered a success due to the exchange of information that could potentially help create better protocols and understanding systems that should work should a certain unprecedented event happen to America.

Although not something everyone wants to think about, safety is very important, and protecting a country from certain technological and scientific threats is harder than one could possibly think of. The NNSA is working hard in order to ensure the safety and security of the nation.

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