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Russia Designs 'Doomsday' Nuclear Torpedo That Could Wipe Out US Coastal Cities

News Image By Tom Porter/Newsweek February 05, 2018
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Russia is developing a torpedo equipped with a nuclear warhead described as a “doomsday weapon” in a new Pentagon report. Details of the new “Status 6” weapon were included in Friday’s Nuclear Posture Review. It is described as a “new intercontinental, nuclear-armed, nuclear-powered, undersea autonomous torpedo,” which could be deployed from beneath a submarine. The torpedo…




 

 



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