US Bomber Deployment To Uruguay, 1947?

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Anyone else ever hear of this deployment? Or did the hippies from my first link just make it up?

http://lmno4p.org/military_interventions.htm

http://books.google.com/books?id=Ot6pRjxv2ykC&pg=PA92&lpg=PA92&dq=US+bombers+++uruguay++++1947&source=bl&ots=w1m-PcmWq7&sig=K_vkW-WNXGW490nyze-IMiAydbc&hl=en&ei=Kou5SqWtBI-AsgOpicwW&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4#v=onepage&q=US%20bombers%20%20%20uruguay%20%20%20%201947&f=false
 
Noam Choamsky is somebody I respect and would believe something would be probable if he is the one saying it . 1947 fits in the timeframe of reported unidentified submarine sightings around Argentina , one of them actually towed by another and there is talk of USN patrol aircraft dropping depth charges. Though one must be real careful , this can quickly degenerate into a discussion of Antarctica as a military power . You wouldn't like the answers .
 
A Nuclear Threat in 1947?

I find it hard to believe that the US would base it's premier military deterrent outside of stable allied nations. I find it even harder to believe that anyone thought it necessary - a few conventional bombers would do for showing the flag.
 
I´m from Uruguay.
That´s non sense.
What bombers?
The only bomber with nuclear capacity in service in the USAF in 1947 was the B-29.
That plane never flew to this country, the B-36 only overfly Uruguay but not in 1947 and
by sure that it not carries any nuclear bomb.
 
I´m from Uruguay.
That´s non sense.
What bombers?
The only bomber with nuclear capacity in service in the USAF in 1947 was the B-29.
That plane never flew to this country, the B-36 only overfly Uruguay but not in 1947 and
by sure that it not carries any nuclear bomb.
 
Could you please provide me with info on the flight of the B 36. I believe it took place in the mid fifties.
Soy también de Uruguak
 

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