The meeting focused on measures to "reliably contain the persistent big or small military threats from the hostile forces."
Murder hornets look like something out of Satan’s worst acid trip.
"Despite its extensive indigenous capability it uses illicit external procurement for some components and technology."
"The blessing of military weapons is not reflected in the tradition of the Orthodox Church and does not correspond to the content of the Rite."
U.S. Navy ballistic missile submarines — boomers — are now sailing with ballistic missiles armed with new "low-yield" nuclear weapons, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday
The B-52 bomber, a critical component of the U.S. strategic bomber fleet, is no longer approved to carry nuclear gravity bombs
For 24 years, the complex was home to an armed Titan II ICBM, the largest land missile ever held by the U.S.
For more than 50 years, the Defense Department has used 8-inch floppy disks to coordinate the operational functions of the United States' nuclear arsenal — until now
During the Cold War, the U.S. stationed B61 nuclear bombs in Turkey, among other NATO countries. Formally, the U.S. controlled the weapons during peacetime, but the host countries' forces trained...
"I think this is a first — a country with US nuclear weapons stationed in it literally firing artillery at US forces."
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