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U.S. Strategic Forces: Warheads by Delivery System1
|Trident I (C-4)||3,072||1,536|
|Trident II (D-5)||768||1,920|
Soviet/Russian Strategic Forces: Warheads by Delivery System1
|September 19902||January |
Strategic Forces on Non-Russian Territory1
|ICBMs||0||0||120 (SS-19) |
|Bombers||0||0||200 (Bear) |
1. Warhead attributions are based on START I counting rules. This results in bombers having fewer warheads attributed to them than they actually carry. On the other hand, even though all nuclear warheads from Ukraine have been removed to Russia, they remain START-accountable until the delivery systems have been destroyed. [Back to Table 1 , 2 or 3]
2. Includes weapons in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine. [Back to Table]
3. Weapons in Russia only. [Back to Table]
4. Also known as the TOPOL-M or RS-12M Variant 2 ICBM. [Back to Table]
Sources: START I Memorandum of Understanding, January 1, 1998; ACA.