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submarine-launched

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  • He said relying on the submarine-launched nuclear missiles just then coming into production under the name Polaris could remove the U.S. landmass as an inevitable first strike target and virtually make a first strike incapable of degrading our retaliatory deterrent capacity.

    How the End Begins

  • China's military is also developing a new, longer range submarine-launched ballistic missile which will allow its subs to strike targets throughout India from the secure confines of the South China Sea.

    The Next Nuclear Arms Race

  • For over sixty years, the United States has maintained a large and costly nuclear arsenal, composed of heavy bombers, submarine-launched missiles, and intercontinental missiles.

    Rizwan Ladha: Brent Scowcroft's Suggestion on the Nuclear Arsenal

  • The treaty was signed by the United States and the USSR, that barred its signatories from deploying more than 6,000 nuclear warheads atop a total of 1,600 ICBMs, submarine-launched ballistic missiles, and bombers.

    Obama brushes off Palin on nuclear deal

  • Truax contributed to the design of the submarine-launched Polaris ballistic missile and the intermediate range Thor missile.

    Rocket scientist Robert C. Truax, who built ship for Evel Knieval, dies at 93

  • There is also progress, albeit unsteady, toward the submarine-launched nuclear deterrent India seeks against China.

    India Ahoy

  • It manufactures and maintains warheads for Trident, the submarine-launched intercontinental ballistic nuclear missile weapons system.

    Fire at Trident nuclear warheads base to be investigated by MoD

  • CAIRO — The United States test-fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile capable of carrying nuclear warheads during a joint military exercise Wednesday with Saudi Arabia, a Western military official said.

    US Trident Missile Test-Fired In Drill With Saudis

  • They hailed the failed 13th test of the Bulava submarine-launched ICBM Bulava on 9 December.

    Reagan's ghost: Starwars stops START

  • The nuclear package of the B-61 was developed at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and its director, Michael R. Anastasio, told the committees that his staff was turning to the nuclear bomb, having finished work on the extension program for W-76, the warhead carried by the submarine-launched Trident intercontinental ballistic missile.

    Extending the life of B-61 nuclear weapons could cost $4 billion

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