DOD Expects Nuclear Warhead Gap With Russia To Narrow

Credit: Nuclear-capable Northrop Grumman B-2A Spirit: U.S. Air Force
The Pentagon expects the number of deployed U.S. nuclear warheads to rise by the next State Department reporting period in March as more of its nuclear delivery vehicles—bombers, submarines and missiles—come out of maintenance. The number of war-ready nuclear warheads the U.S. has in a deployed...

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