April 2011 - United States Special Weapons News
- 20th Support Command (CBRNE) Army News 28 Apr 2011 -- The 20th Support Command is the DOD's most comprehensive asset dedicated to combating CBRNE threats.
- Nuclear Munitions squadrons to realign AFPS 27 Apr 2011 -- Air Force officials announced plans to transfer munitions squadrons responsible for nuclear mission to Air Force Global Strike Command.
- U.S. to seek agreement with Russia on tactical nuclear weapons reduction RIA Novosti 22 Apr 2011 -- The U.S. Administration is working intensively to increase transparency on tactical nuclear weapons (TNW) in Europe and secure an agreement with Russia on the reduction of such weapons, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Rose Gottemoeller has said.
- Statement by the Press Secretary on the Submission of Legislation Required for Four Key Nuclear Security Treaties The White House 13 Apr 2011
- KCNA on US Nuclear Policy KCNA 13 Apr 2011 -- The U.S. has ceaselessly conducted interceptor missile test-fires under the pretext of coping with the "nuclear and missile threat" from the DPRK.
- Redstone Reaches Out To Detect Radiation Army News 13 Apr 2011 -- A bit of Redstone Arsenal technology is now on the ground in Japan, helping to ensure the safety of U.S. personnel.
- Picatinny hosts training in nuclear counterterrorism Army News 13 Apr 2011 -- Twelve Picatinny Arsenal and Five Parsippany District Five firefighters joined two New Jersey State Troopers to train in radiation detection.
- KCNA on US and S. Korea Deterrence Policy KCNA 11 Apr 2011 -- The full-dress session of the south Korea-U.S. "extended deterrence policy committee" took place in Hawaii shortly ago.
- KCNA on Remarks of US and S. Korea KCNA 10 Apr 2011 -- Some days ago, the U.S. Defense Department and the south Korean Ministry of Defense launched the "policy committee for extended deterrence" in Hawaii.
- Air Force debuts pilot enlisted developmental team AFNS 01 Apr 2011 -- TheUSAF's top enlisted leader addressed service's first pilot enlisted development team for senior NCOs in the nuclear weapons career field.
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