September
19

The US Navy successfully conducted a scheduled two-missile test launch of un-armed life-extended Trident D5LE nuclear missiles from the USS Wyoming on Friday. The USS Wyoming (SSBN-742), an Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine, was floating off the coast of Cape Canaveral, …

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Chinese paper tags Australia as ‘target for a nuclear strike’

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September
18

A newspaper run by the Chinese Communist Party says that Australia is now “a potential target for a nuclear strike” after launching the AUKUS pact with the US and UK to build nuclear-powered submarines. The Global Times, which is controlled …

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China Missile Buildup Exposes Nuclear Spending Divide in Congress

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September
17

U.S. NUCLEAR MISSILE DEFENSES are in some cases decades old and in need of modernization, but congressional leaders and the military are at odds on how best to update the Cold War systems. Leading congressional Democrats want the military to …

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DOD Taking Measures to Protect Nuclear Weapons, Space Assets

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September
16

The Defense Department relies on nuclear-armed bombers, submarines and intercontinental ballistic missiles, as well as space-based sensors, to provide a strategic deterrence umbrella for the homeland and to protect deployed forces, allies and partners. However, sensitive microelectronics used in these …

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We are always closer to nuclear war than we like to believe

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September
14

It has become commonplace to talk about the climate crisis as the greatest threat to the planet. It is certainly right to focus on an existential issue which we can do something about. But I fear there are other problems …

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