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Američki nuklearni arsenal

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Sjajan dokumentarac o američkim nuklearnim silosima, osoblju koje ih opslužuje, opremi i svemu ostalom što niste znali a i videli...

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Citat:While on the base, missileers showed Stahl the 8-inch floppy disks they use as part of launch commands for the missiles. Later, in an interview with Weinstein, Stahl described the disk she was shown as "gigantic," and said she had never seen one that big. Weinstein explained, "Those older systems provide us some, I will say, huge safety, when it comes to some cyber issues that we currently have in the world."

The Air Force is planning to spend $19 million on launch control center improvements in 2014, and is seeking $600 million for additional upgrades next year. At least in Wyoming, replacing the analog phones in the base seems like job one, since 60 Minutes reports that the missileers struggle with how unreliable they are. In controlling some of the most dangerous weapons in the world, it's an odd balance between tech that's obsolete enough to be secure, but still current enough to, you know, actually work.


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To bi trebao biti kao uvod u temu `Americki nuklearni arsenal` ( kad vec imamo ruski ) .Pa fino je pocelo ,nemoral ,varanja ,droge cak i Vijagra . Razz

Evo za pocetak neka dokumenta

Arrow http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/nuke/RL33640.pdf

Dokument od jan. ove godine a tice se razvoja americke nukl trijade u narednih 30 godina

Arrow http://cns.miis.edu/opapers/pdfs/140107_trillion_dollar_nuclear_triad.pdf

The US Nuclear Triad


Citat:America must maintain a safe, secure and effective strategic nuclear deterrent to assure its safety and security now and for the future.

Arrow http://sdc-usa.org/the-us-nuclear-triad/

Trenutno stanje

United States Nuclear Forces

Arrow http://www.atomicarchive.com/Almanac/USForces.shtml

Poredjenje sa ruskim atomskim arsenalom

Pruning the Nuclear Triad? Pros and Cons of Submarines, Bombers, and Missiles

Arrow http://armscontrolcenter.org/publications/factshee.....pros_cons/

Jos nesto interesantno

Triad And True…

Citat:The time has most definitely come to end the land-based portion of the triad,” says Thomas P.M. Barnett, a former Pentagon strategist. Conveniently, he notes, slicing off the triad’s ICBM leg would leave “in the two surviving legs” the Air Force’s beloved bombers and the Navy’s cherished submarines. “This is a question of identity for both services,” Barnett says. “Land-based missiles are bureaucratic `orphans’ of a sort, claimed primarily now by the missile-defense crowd.”

Arrow http://nation.time.com/2013/06/21/triad-and-true/

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@To bi trebao biti kao uvod u temu `Americki nuklearni arsenal`

Da, tako neki naziv bi bio prikladniji.

Tada bi odmah promeniti naziv teme u protivnom dobijamo jos jednu temu ciji je naslov prevazidjen tj. ogranicen naslovom a tema siroka, u temi o Ruskim strateskim potencijalima sam spomenuo i potrebu za ovakvom temom cak imam i materijal na desetak stranica za nju koji sam bio spremio za otvaranje ali nisam stigao da zavrsim neke sitnice pa je ostalo za neka bolja vremena kada budem mogao da prodjem sva dokumenta koja koristim za njenu izradu...

No to moje ne menja da ako cemo vec da koristimo ovu temu na taj nacin molim administratora koji je otvorio da joj promeni naslov i da mozda kraci uvod u jednoj recenici o cemu sve mozemo pisati u njoj pa cemo je smislenije korisiti i dopunjavati.

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Citat:A 1965 graph showing by month, the cumulative number of USAF ICBM and NASA launch vehicle flight tests, marking successes and failures, along with future scheduled launches planned by NASA. Launches of boosters with less than intercontinental range (ie, Redstone IRBMs) are not shown.
Failures are highlighted in Pink. NASA use of Atlas and Titan ICBM boosters for Projects Mercury and Gemini is highlighted in Blue.
The human spaceflight program was a highly visible means of demonstrating ICBM booster reliability, translating directly to national defense implications, during a period when the new developing technology had an extremely high failure rate. At the time of the first Mercury-Atlas orbital astronaut flight by John Glenn, more than 100 Atlas's had been launched with a track record of nearly half failures (48 ). Exactly half of the first 22 Titan missile launches failed (11). NASA acquired their boosters straight from the same manufacturing source that the Air Force procured their nuclear weapon boosters from, with the NASA rockets even being delivered with Air Force serial numbers. (See Serial Number list from 1958 and 1961 for Atlas and Titan procurement, respectively.)
By the time of the NASA Gemini-Titan astronaut launches, reliability had been firmly established with an unbroken string of successful launches that carried through Apollo-Saturn dominance and the Moon landings (projected on this 1965 chart).


Lista US ICBM

Arrow http://www.fas.org/nuke/guide/usa/icbm/

LGM-25C Titan II

Citat:The Titan II was an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and space launcher developed by the Glenn L. Martin Company from the earlier Titan I missile. Titan II was originally used as an ICBM. It was later used as a medium-lift space launch vehicle to carry payloads for the United States Air Force (USAF), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). These payloads include the USAF Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP), the NOAA weather satellites, and NASA's Gemini manned space capsules. The modified Titan II SLVs (Space Launch Vehicles) were launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California up until 2003.

Arrow http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGM-25C_Titan_II


LGM-30 Minuteman

Citat:The LGM-30 Minuteman is a United States land-based intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), in service with the United States Air Force Global Strike Command. As of 2014, the LGM-30G Minuteman-III version is the only land-based ICBM in service in the United States. It is one component of the US nuclear triad—the other two parts of the triad being the Trident submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), and nuclear weapons carried by long-range strategic bombers. Each missile carries up to three nuclear warheads, which have a yield in the range of 300 to 500 kilotons. The Minuteman was the first MIRV-capable missile.

The letter “L” in “LGM” indicates that the missile is silo-launched; the “G” indicates that it is designed to attack ground targets; the “M” indicates that it is a guided missile.

The name “Minuteman” comes from the Revolutionary War’s Minutemen. It also refers to its quick reaction time; the missile can be launched within minutes after the receipt of a valid launch orderThe Air Force plans to keep the missile in service until at least 2030.

The current US force consists of 450 Minuteman-III missilesin missile silos around Malmstrom AFB, Montana; Minot AFB, North Dakota; and F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming. This will slowly be reduced to 400 armed missiles, with 50 unarmed missiles in reserve, and four non-deployed test launchers to comply with the New START treaty.


Arrow http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGM-30_Minuteman

LGM-118 Peacekeeper

Citat:The LGM-118A Peacekeeper, also known as the MX missile (for Missile-eXperimental), was a land-based ICBM deployed by the United States starting in 1986. The Peacekeeper was a MIRV missile; it could carry up to 10 re-entry vehicles, each armed with a 300-kiloton W87 warhead/Mk21 RVs. A total of 50 missiles were deployed starting in 1986, after a long and contentious development program that traced its roots into the 1960s.

Under the START II treaty, which never entered into force, the missiles were to be removed from the U.S. nuclear arsenal in 2005, leaving the LGM-30 Minuteman as the only type of land-based ICBM in the U.S. arsenal. Despite the demise of the START II treaty, the last of the LGM-118A "Peacekeeper" ICBMs (but not their warheads) were decommissioned on September 19, 2005. Current plans are to switch 500 decommissioned Peacekeepers' W87/Mk21 warheads to the Minuteman III. Among the reasons cited for decommissioning of the Peacekeeper ICBM was its failure to achieve the program's range objectives.

The private launch firm Orbital Sciences Corporation has developed the Minotaur IV, a four-stage civilian expendable launch system, from the Peacekeeper, using old Peacekeeper components.


Arrow http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGM-118A_Peacekeeper

Titan Missile Museum

Citat:The Titan Missile Museum, also known as Air Force Facility Missile Site 8 or as Titan II ICBM Site 571-7, is a former ICBM missile site located at 1580 West Duval Mine Road, Sahuarita, Arizona in the United States. It is located about 40 km (25 mi)[3] south of Tucson on I-19. It is now a museum run by the nonprofit Arizona Aerospace Foundation and includes an inert Titan II intercontinental ballistic missile in the silo, as well as the original launch facilities.

It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1994.


Arrow http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titan_Missile_Museum

Dodatni sajtovi

Arrow http://www.captainswoop.com/icbm/map1.html

US/USSR ICBM



Jeda dokument

FINAL OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENT (ORD)

Citat:AFSPC 005-95A-I/II

VERY LOW FREQUENCY/LOW FREQUENCY COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITY FOR

THE ICBM LAUNCH CONTROL CENTERS

ACAT Level III


Arrow http://www.fas.org/nuke/guide/usa/c3i/VLFORD.html

The Future of the U.S. Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Force

Arrow http://www.rand.org/pubs/monographs/MG1210.html

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Tajni izveštaj: Nuklearna bomba umalo eksplodirala u SAD
Ovo čini detalje koji su se upravo pojavili u vezi sa incidentom iz 1961. godine, koji je uključivao dve nuklearne bombe, još strašnijim.
Bombarder B-52 se raspao tokom leta iznad Severne Karoline, a jedna od dve bombe koje je prenosio bila je „naoružana“ u trenutku kada je pogodila zemlju blizu grada Goldsbora, sudeći po nedavno deklasifikovanom izveštaju koji je objavio Nacionalni bezbednosni arhiv.
Da prekidač nije bio oštećen po udaru u zemlju, oružje bi najverovatnije bilo detonirano, stoji u izveštaju.
„Izveštaj navodi da zbog toga što je oružje sletelo u slobodnom padu, bez aktiviranog padobrana, tajmer nije aktivirao bateriju bombe. Bomba se nalazila u „bezbednom“ režimu, ali je virtuelno naoružana zato što je udarac pomerio ručicu indikatora na poziciju „naoružana“ . Međutim, od udara su takođe oštećein kontakti prekidača, koji su morali da budu netaknuti kako bi se oružje detoniralo“, stoji u izveštaju.
Izveštaj pokazuje da je nuklearna nesreća izbegnuta samo zahvaljujući tome što dve žice nisu uspele da se spoje.

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Vest stara 4 godine, ali je b92 danas prenosi Very Happy

Za mene licno, nuklearke nisu nikada trebale biti napravljene. Mislim da je svet imao ogromne srece sto se u SSSR desio ,,samo,, Cernobil. Jel ima ko neke informacije o ruskim nesrecama sa nuklearkama, nalazio sam mapu sa SAD, ali ne i ruskim

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heh, nuklearke su "krive" što danas na planeti ima cirka 3 miliona više živih i barabar 300 miliona više zdravih koji to ne bi bili da se energija crpla samo iz drugih izvora(uglavnom uglja)

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Koristi ima, i to ogromnih. Ali isto tako je 95% populacije na svetu ,,na nisanu,,.

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Dostanic09 ::Za mene licno, nuklearke nisu nikada trebale biti napravljene. Mislim da je svet imao ogromne srece sto se u SSSR desio ,,samo,, Cernobil. Jel ima ko neke informacije o ruskim nesrecama sa nuklearkama, nalazio sam mapu sa SAD, ali ne i ruskim

Imali su Sovjeti 30 godina pre Černobilja, 1957. jednu takođe strašnu nesreću nedaleko od Čeljabinska, kada je u postrojenju za proizvodnju nuklearnog goriva i oružja Majak došlo do eksplozije i izbacivanja plutonijuma u vazduh po okolnim mestima. Oblast zagađenja je bila daleko manja nego kod Černobilja ali je zato intenzitet bio jači. Kažu da je nekima otpadala koža s ruku od radijacije. A tu su i čuvene peripetije i tragedije sa njihovim nuklearnim podmornicama, koje su odnele živote mnogih mornara da je to, usuđujem se da kažem, pravi bezobrazluk i nemar koji se ne može ničim opravdati i sprati. I nažalost, iz svega toga je u SSSR malo pouka izvučeno, što se videlo i kad se desio Černobilj. A i na nivou sveta, kad se desila Fukušima.

No uprkos svemu tome ja lično ne mislim da bi svet bio bolji bez nuklearnih bombi i nuklearnih elektrana jer upravo zahvaljujući ovim prvim je izbegnuto nekoliko ratova, možda i neki svetski (Kubanska kriza). A i ove druge, iako nisu moje omiljene, su takođe koristan izvor energije. Uostalom, nema tu neke velike nauke - ljudi su jedna sjebana kontradiktorna rasa koja će u svemu dobrom naći i nešto loše,i obratno, iz nečeg lošeg izvući nešto dobro. Primer za prvo su nuklearne bombe nastale zloupotrebom nauke. Ali isto tako,primer za ovo drugo su velika obnova posle WW2 i veliki tehnološki skok i napredak u periodu hladnog rata koji je celom svetu doneo razne izume i koristi. Na kraju krajeva, da nisu napravljene nuklearne bombe,ljudska rasa bi napravila nešto drugo da se potamani. Jer jednostavno, takvi smo, ludi i sjebani. Tako da po meni, teško je sad reći ''ovo nam je trebalo,ovo nije''. Sve može da bude dobro, samo dok ljudi znaju da ga koriste. Iliti, kako kaže Kevin Costner u ''13 dana'' - dokle god ima dovoljno dobrih i razumnih ljudi.

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upravo tako, ameri su inače bacili gomilu hemije (recimo iznad Vijetnama) onda napalm na Tokio kad su ga spržili i slično to niko ne pominje a time je pobijeno mnogo više ljudi nego sa one 2 nuklearne

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