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Navy chiefs have ordered an investigation after workers on a Trident submarine turned to super gluing broken bolts in a nuclear reactor chamber.
Yes, you read that right.
The faulty repairs were only discovered when a bolt fell off during checks on HMS Vanguard.
It had come off through over-tightening, with staff resorting to gluing the heads back on as a quick fix.
Here's the HMS Vanguard:
In this case, workers from a contract company, Babcock, accidentally overtightened bolts that hold together the cooling pipes for the ship's nuclear reactor.
The Ministry of Defence said: "As part of a planned inspection a defect was found from work done when HMS Vanguard was in dry dock.
"It was promptly reported and fixed.
"In light of the issue, the Secretary of State spoke with the chief executive office of Babcock to seek assurances about future work."
Jack Posobiec did a little investigating on Babcock and what informs their company values.
I mean they say they hire on merit but…