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Nuclear Launch Codes

 

 

The National Security Presidential Directive 28 (NSPD-28), "U.S. Nuclear Weapons Command and Control, Safety, and Security" requires the President to have universal and convenient access to the Online Nuclear Launch System. For national security purposes, this mission critical system can only be accessed upon successful authorization from the foolproof Presidential Retinal Scan System.

Click on the ONLINE NUCLEAR LAUNCH screen below to initiate retinal scan authorization:

Are you sure you're the President?

 

BACKGROUND


Military officer carries nuclear football briefcase

In the past, a military officer carrying a special briefcase (nicknamed "The Football") had to accompany the President wherever he went. The briefcase carried the secret daily codes needed to launch a nuclear attack along with a list of targets and attack scenarios.

To launch an attack, the President would need to confirm his identity using a code printed on a plastic card (nicknamed "the biscuit"), which the President was supposed to always have in his possession. With today's technology and internet availability, the "football" and the "biscuit" have become obsolete.

As a supreme show of confidence in the new White House Cybersecurity Plan and an ongoing commitment to openness and transparency, the Daily Nuclear Codes are uploaded to this White House website giving the President immediate access to these vital codes wherever he is.

Because these Top Secret codes are protected through the use of a retinal scan, they can only be accessed by President Obama. This online nuclear launch capability along with the Cyber Warfare Command and Control System give President Obama the tools he needs to keep our nation safe.

 

Related:  White House Continuity of Government Plan
nuclear football briefcase- now obsolete

 

 

 


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