|Missing Hydrogen Bomb|
The park has now put it on display.
The reason I said bombs in my title is because there is another bomb in the ocean near us. In 1958 the Air Force had to jettison a hydrogen bomb from a B-47 after a mid-air collision with a F-86. The missing 12 foot hydrogen bomb, weighing about 7600 lbs. is somewhere on the bottom of the ocean just off our coast in the Wassow Sound, that's between Ossabow Island and Tybee Island.
The Air Force has never been able to find the bomb, but claims it is not a threat to local residents because it didn't have its nuclear capsule (I guess that's what's needed for detonation). Unfortunately they've never been able to find that nuclear capsule either, they're not sure where it is. For now they think it's safer to just leave the bomb in its muddy bed. Sure hope they're right.