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Air Force officials won't say whether radioactive material was released when Minuteman III nuclear missile was damaged: Nuclear missile 'mishap' costs Air Force $1.8M --Air Force officials did not specifically address whether radioactive material was released when the missile was damaged. | 24 Jan 2016 | Three U.S. Air Force airmen were stripped of their nuclear certifications after a "mishap" caused approximately $1.8 million in damage to an intercontinental ballistic missile in 2014, officials said Friday. The incident occurred when the Minuteman III nuclear missile, assigned to the 90th Missile Wing at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming, became "non-operational" during a diagnostic test, according to a statement released by the Air Force...Further details about the nature of the "mishap" are murky, as the full report from the military's Accident Investigation Board remains classified.