All tagged Nuclear Weapons
CBRN world is full of technology and various “magic boxes” designed to provide information. Many of these devices are in the hands of operators who lack an understanding of the technology they use. This series examines some of the critical pieces of equipment in CBRN operations and the ways operators can utilize their equipment properly to improve safety and increase operational awareness.
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CBRNPro.net spent most of May talking about Russian nuclear weapons and policy. Our latest post has links to all those posts and additional information for those wanting to get up to speed on this suddenly relevant issue.
Is the INF Treaty over? Do the Russians cheat on Arms Control? What will the US do if the Russians are deploying new Intermediate-range Nuclear Missiles in violation of the 1987 INF Treaty? Is that a big deal? CBRNPro.net explores the different viewpoints and thinks it knows the answers. Check out CBRNPro.net and tell us what you think!
The Cold War Unicorns return, and Russia sends the U.S. a Dear John letter.
Russia has lots of things to worry about, not just NATO. Those threats help drive Russia's commitment to nuclear weapons both as a deterrent and as an offset to conventional force disparities.
Hillary Clinton and Sergey Lavrov push buttons, and CBRNPro.net explains why Russian nuclear weapons are a critical component of their foreign policy aspirations.
A concise estimate of the Russian Nuclear Arsenal and their modernization plans.
Visit CBRNPro.net to read about the Russian threat of nuclear first strikes, nuclear weapons modernization, and how nuclear weapons fit into the Russian national security strategy.
A quick account of US nuclear forces and modernization plans.
Is New START about reductions in nuclear arsenals or a change in how they are counted? What about non-strategic nuclear weapons? Check out CBRNPro.net for a concise evaluation of New START that unravels some uncomfortable facts.
A quick primer on Nuclear Weapons and Delivery Systems