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Testing madness

WASHINGTON – A powerful blast scheduled at the Nevada Test Site in June</a> is designed to help war planners figure out the smallest nuclear weapon able to destroy underground targets. And it has caused a concern that it signals a renewed push toward tactical nuclear weapons.

The detonation, called Divine Strake, is intended to “develop a planning tool to improve the warfighter’s confidence in selecting the smallest proper nuclear yield necessary to destroy underground facilities while minimizing collateral damage,” according to Defense Department budget documents. </i>


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