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New START Treaty Aggregate Numbers of Strategic Offensive Arms


Fact Sheet
Bureau of Arms Control, Verification, and Compliance
November 30, 2012

   
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(Data in this Fact Sheet comes from the biannual exchange of data required by the Treaty. It contains data declared current as of September 1, 2012. Data will be updated each six month period after entry into force of the Treaty.)[1]


Category of Data

United States of America

Russian Federation

Deployed ICBMs, Deployed SLBMs, and Deployed Heavy Bombers

806

491

Warheads on Deployed ICBMs, on Deployed SLBMs, and Nuclear Warheads Counted for Deployed Heavy Bombers

1722

1499

Deployed and Non-deployed Launchers of ICBMs, Deployed and Non-deployed Launchers of SLBMs, and Deployed and Non-deployed Heavy Bombers

1034

884

 

 

United States of America Data

Effective Date: September 1, 2012


ICBMs and ICBM Launchers

MM-III

PK

Total

Deployed ICBMs

449

0

449

Non-deployed ICBMs

263

58

321

Deployed and Non-deployed Launchers of ICBMs

506

51

557

Deployed Launchers of ICBMs

449

0

449

Non-deployed Launchers of ICBMs

57

51

108

Test Launchers

6

1

7


SLBMs and SLBM Launchers

Trident II

Total

Deployed SLBMs

239

239

Non-deployed SLBMs

180

180

Deployed and Non-deployed Launchers of SLBMs

336

336

Deployed Launchers of SLBMs

239

239

Non-deployed Launchers of SLBMs

97

97

Test Launchers

0

0


Heavy Bombers

B-2A

B-52G

B-52H

Total

Deployed Heavy Bombers

10

30

78

118

Non-deployed Heavy Bombers

10

0

13

23

Test Heavy Bombers

1

0

2

3

Heavy Bombers Equipped for Non-nuclear Armaments

0

0

0

0




[1] The complete unclassified data for the United States is available upon request from the Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC. Please contact Jamie Mannina at ManninaJF@state.gov.



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