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The U.S. Military Feared a Russian Nuclear Strike Could Have Cut off Its Nuclear Submarines

Joseph Trevithick History, Europe America could have lost one of the legs of the nuclear triad. The analysts reported that some of the biggest factors were the nature of the communications sites and the cost of keeping the networks running. The physical transmitters were “quite soft” and vulnerable to atomic bombs or sabotage, according to the committee. A key component of the U.
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