U.S.’s Nuclear SLCM Could Take ‘Seven To 10 Years’

Credit: USN
The Pentagon’s proposed reintroduction of a nuclear sea-launched cruise missile is not expected to happen for another “seven to 10 years,” the department says. The nuclear-tipped naval weapon was a major feature of the Trump administration’s 2018 Nuclear Posture Review, alongside a low-yield warhead...

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