MIRV Option Seen As Crucial To Next Nuke

Credit: USAF
As the U.S. Air Forces presses ahead with development of a next-generation nuclear missile, some experts with background in nuclear weapons say the service must retain the capability of adding multiple independently targetable re-entry vehicles, or MIRVs, if the strategic balance shifts. To comply...

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