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Strategic Command deletes New Year’s twitter about dropping bomb

Washington  — The U.S. Strategic Command, that oversees America’s chief and barb arsenal, boasted in a New Year’s Eve twitter that it’s prepared if ever indispensable “to dump something much, most bigger” than a Times Square ball.

The twitter was accompanied by video of B-2 bombers dropping dual 30,000-pound required weapons during a exam range, according to CNN, that aired a video.

The twitter on Strategic Command’s Twitter comment was transposed with an apology: “Our prior NYE twitter was in bad ambience does not simulate a values. We apologize. We are dedicated to a confidence of America allies.”

The initial twitter review in part: “#TimesSquare tradition rings in a #NewYear by dropping a large ball…if ever needed, we are #ready to dump something much, most bigger.”

As CBS News’ David Martin reported for “60 Minutes,” STRATCOM, as it’s called, trains each day for a probability of chief fight and takes unusual measures to make certain that one chairman and one chairman usually — a boss of a United States — can give a sequence to launch a chief weapon.

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