State Department: the United States and Russia reduce their nuclear arsenals
WASHINGTON, July 18. /Offset. TASS Alexander Pahomov/ — deployed and non-Deployed launchers of Intercontinental ballistic missiles and ballistic missiles on submarines and heavy bombers in Russia there are 779 in the US — 800.
This was confirmed by the state Department, announced on Tuesday a certificate of reduction in the two countries in their nuclear arsenals in accordance with the agreement, which entered into force on 5 February 2011.
It notes that Russia has 527 promptly deployed carriers of nuclear weapons — Intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) and heavy bombers (TB), ballistic missiles on submarines (SLBMs) and 1 444 thousand warheads on them. The US — 652 medium and 1 thousand 350 warheads.
In General, deployed and non-deployed launchers of ICBMs and SLBMs, and TB in Russia, there are 779 in the US — 800. Data are presented as of February 5, 2018 and reflect statistics submitted by the parties.
The nuclear triad of the United States
In the Arsenal of the United States, as pointed out by the state Department, there are 400 operationally deployed ICBMs silo-based Minuteman III. Another 278 missiles in reserve. Deployed and non-deployed launchers — 454.