Talk:B83 nuclear bomb
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Need info on yield!
- The information was deleted this morning and has been restored. Georgewilliamherbert (talk) 02:50, 2 September 2008 (UTC)
This article is incorrect. It states that this was the first nuclear weapon designed to prevent accidential detonation. In fact ALL munitions have to pass the provisions of DODESB (Dept. of Defence Explosives Safety Board) explosive safety standards which have been in existence prior to the inception of the B83. The B83 did nothing other than pass existing standards.
Discrepancy regarding the B1 Lancer
The article for the B1 states that by 1995, the B1's nuclear capabilities had been retroactively removed. Yet, this article still lists the B1 as a current carrier. Am I missing something here, or should the B1 be removed from the list included within this article?