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secondo voi, dalla guerra fredda ad oggi in numero di bombe atomiche è aumentato o diminuito?  

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  1. 1. secondo voi, dalla guerra fredda ad oggi in numero di bombe atomiche è aumentato o diminuito?

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Agli ordini .... Signor Presidente .... (dal "Daily Report" dell' AFA di oggi) .... 4hjxy.jpg


Axe the Triad? As You Wish, Mr. President ....


US Strategic Command would consider eliminating part of the US nuclear triad at the President's request, but the mix of bombers, ICBMs, and submarine-launched ballistic missiles remains the best deterrent option for now, said STRATCOM Commander Gen. Robert Kehler July 12.


"My view today is that the triad continues to serve us well. It may not be true in the future, but it continues to serve us well," stated Kehler during a Capitol Hill address sponsored by AFA, the National Defense Industrial Association, and Reserve Officers Association.


US nuclear doctrine has traditionally adhered to an indivisible triad concept, wherein each "leg" provides unique and indispensable capability.


Kehler stressed that the survivability, speed of response, and flexibility offered by each respective leg is "the best arrangement that we have today."


He noted, however, that there has "always been concern" about whether the ICBM force is stabilizing or destabilizing, adding that for now it's "still a valuable component" in the range of alternatives for the President.


Kehler said the command regularly reviews the triad concept, and if the President determines that the deterrent need has diminished, "it's up to us to meet his needs."


—Arie Church




Here, an Air Force Minuteman III ICBM blasts off from Vandenberg AFB, Calif., on a test flight out over the Pacific Ocean to ensure that the Minuteman fleet remains viable and reliable.


Air Force photo by Joe Davila


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Mah, certamente la Russia del XXI secolo non è l'URSS, non tanto perchè meno potente, anzi, senza le pastoie che caratterizzavano il comunismo si ci può aspettare che la Russia possa diventare un Paese protagonista assoluto dell'economia globale, quanto perchè la sua classe dirigente dovrebbe aver abbandonato certe ambizioni smodate che obbligavano ad uno stato di tensione permanente; però non si può negare che altri Paesi possano diventare più minacciosi, tali da richiedere-per evitare brutte sorporese- un arsenale strategico valido.

Se la linea produttiva dei B2 fosse ancora disponibile si potrebbe, credo, basare l'apparato di dissuasione sui boomers e su un numero congruo di B2 (ordine di grandezza di una cinquantina?)rinunciando ai vulnerabili ICBM,però i B2 sono pochi

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