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If you’re interested in becoming a nuclear weapons specialist, one of the first things to consider is how much education you need. We’ve determined that 32.9% of nuclear weapons specialists have a bachelor’s degree. A recently released IAEA case-specific publication on accident response, the Radiological Incident in Hueypoxtla, provides a detailed account and analysis of such an event in Hueypoxtla, Mexico, which occurred in December 2013 during the transport of a radioactive source. A vehicle transporting the head of a teletherapy unit, used in cancer treatment, was stolen, and the device, which contained a Cobalt 60 radioactive source, was removed from its shielding and eventually discarded in uninhabited farmland. Following an intensive search and recovery operation, the source was recovered one week later.