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20,000 U.S. M-16s stolen from unguarded warehouse in Kuwait

World Tribune
April 11th, 2013

Kuwait has reported the theft of a massive amount of U.S weapons.

“There were no guards during the break-in,” the ministry said on April 7 The Interior Ministry said thieves broke into a warehouse and stole a huge amount of firearms and ammunition. The ministry said 20,000 U.S.-origin M-16 assault rifles and 15,000 rounds for 9mm pistols were stolen.

The ministry said the target was a warehouse of the Interior ministry in Subiya. The statement said thieves broke three doors and removed the entire contents of the warehouse.

Kuwait has been a major defense client of the United States. The U.S. military has stationed some 13,000 troops, most of them assigned to logistics, to the Gulf Cooperation Council sheikdom.

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  • SKIP

    HAHAHAHA spent two years in Kuwait and know the area well, my suspicion is that the Kuwaitis stole/sold the weapons to their friends.

    • GW

      fast&ferious 2.0

  • Anonymous

    fast & furious 2.0

  • Apex predator

    lol exactly why im not worried too much about about being disarmed by the keystone kops and their ilk…

  • akvalmet30

    Right with ya’ there SKIP! Spent 1 year there and trust Kuwaitee’s like I trust Obummer.

    • SKIP

      When going onto Ali Al Saleem AB it was commone to find the guards SLEEPING or all of them sitting in the middle of the road having tea!

  • dadwasright

    Message to the UN. Message as follows. GOOD LUCK, SUCKER!!

  • Michael

    They need to find the people who stole these rifles so that they can perform a proper back-ground check.

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