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The United States plans to spend between $ 10 billion and $ 15 billion to develop its nuclear weapon

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The United States plans to spend between $ 10 billion and $ 15 billion to develop its nuclear weapon Empty The United States plans to spend between $ 10 billion and $ 15 billion to develop its nuclear weapon

Post by rocky Mon 10 Dec 2018, 3:10 am


The United States plans to spend between $ 10 billion and $ 15 billion to develop its nuclear weapons

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Information / Baghdad ...
The United States National Nuclear Security Administration (NSA), in cooperation with the country's Defense Ministry, plans to upgrade a W78 thermonuclear warhead to the Mantum III ballistic missile, a report by the US Chamber of Accounting said on Monday.
"According to the document there is a need to renew the nuclear weapons improvement program resulting from the new security requirements of the US arsenal, as the modernization program was reduced in 2014 due to budget constraints, but will now be developed again," Sputnik said in a news release.
"According to the experts, these actions are due to the desire of the United States to gain military superiority over Russia, as the United States intends to spend between ten and fifteen billion dollars for the modernization program."
"The US military administration is considering the possibility of using the explosive element W78 also in missiles that arm submarines," she said. Ending / 25 z


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