August 6, 2018 by Nukewatch Leave a Comment July 15 action cutting through fences and arriving at the nuclear missile bunker! John LaForge helped cut through chain link and “NATO wire” — a form of razor wire– for one of the five affinity groups that participated in the July 15 “go-in” action. A total of 18 people got into the base, making it the largest group to “go-in” since 1997 when 19 people did so. Photo by Ralf Schlesener. The “Jay Hawks” affinity group was Ann Suellentrop of Kansas City KS (at right in photo), Marion Kuepker, Camp coordinator and International coordinator for DFG-VK, and John LaForge shown cutting the NATO wire. Through the fence July 15 Over the NATO wire July 15, 2018 Anthony Donovan of New York, NY, and Margriet Bos of Amsterdam were in an affinity group that got through the fence and NATO wire July 15. Final destination! On top of a nuclear bomb bunker After being detained and released 16 of the 18 that did July 15 “go-in” are in this photo after being let off the military bus used to take us to the far end of the air base. Photo by Ralf Schlesener. Eighteen people — one in a wheelchair, one on crutches — including citizens of Germany, the United States, the Netherlands, and Britain, got into the nominally high-security Buechel nuclear weapons in Germany Sunday July 15 after cutting through its perimeter fence and through NATO wire in five different places, in broad daylight. Photo by Ralf Schlesener.