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Status of Nuclear Weapons States and Their Nuclear Capabilities
(Data as of March 2008)
-
Total
Weapons
Stockpile
5,400
14,000
~185
348+
~240
~80
~50
~60
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~20,373
Operational
4,075
5,192
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348
~193
?
?
?
?
~9,968
ICBM
Number
488
430
-
-
26
-
-
-
-
~944
Warheads
764
1,605
-
 
26
-
-
-
?
~2,395
Type
MM II  :
MM III:
MX PK:
0
488
0
SS-18:
SS-19:
SS-24:
SS-25:
SS-27:
SS-27M:
75
100
0
201
48
6
-
 
DF-5A:
DF-31A:
20
~6c

-
-
-
TD-2: 0
 
SRBM,
IRBM, MRBM
Number
-
-
-
-
~100
50
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<150 font="">
  - <350 font="">
Warheads
-
-
-
-
~100
~50
~10
~35
?
~195
Type
 
 
 
 
DF-3A:
DF-4:
DF-21:
DF-31:
17
17
55
~6c
Jericho 1:
Jericho 2:

Jericho 3:
0
~50

0
Privith I:
Agni I:
Agni II:
Agni III:
Agni IV:
Danush:
<50 font="">
~10
0
0
0
0
Hatf-3:
Hatf-4:
Hatf-5:
Hatf-6:
<50 br=""> <50 br=""> <50 br=""> 0
TD-1: 0
 
 
SLBM
Number
288
176
48
48
(12)
-
-
-
  ~572
Warheads
1,728
624
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288
(12)
-
-
-
  ~2,796
Type
0
1,728
0
80
0
64
32
0
M-4:
M-45:
M-51:
0
48
0
0
0d
-
K-15:
0
-
   
SSBN
14 0
5b
6
(2)b
0b
Redoutable:
Triomphant
:
1
3
Xia (Type 092):
Jin (Type 094):
(1)d
(2)d
-
(ATV: 0)
-
   
Strategic Bombers
Number
115
79
-
-
~100
-
-
-
  ~294
Warheads
1,083
884
-
-
Bombs
DH-10 LACM
~20
~15e
-
-
-
  ~2,002
Type
21
(65)a
94
32
32
15
 
 
H-6: 20e
-
-
-
   
Theater Weapons
Number
325
-
-
-
?
-
-
-
   
Warheads
500
2,079
-
ASMP
60 Bombs ~20
~30
Bombs
~40
~25
?
~2,754
Type
B61-3/4 bombs: Tomahawk SLCM:
n/a
325
ABM:
SA-10 SAM: Aircraft:
Naval:
100
633
648
698
- M 2000N:
S Etendard:
60
24
H-5:
Q-5
/ others?
0
?e
F-15I ?
F-16
Jaguar
M 2000H
Babur LACM:
F-16
0 Fighter-bombers?  
ABM: Anti-Ballistic Missile; ALCM: Air-Launched Cruise Missile; DF: Dong Feng; ICBM: Intercontinental Ballistic Missile; IRBM: Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missile; JL: Julang; LACM: Land-Attack Cruise Missile; MRBM: Medium-Range Ballistic Missile; SLBM: Sea-Launched Ballistic Missile; SLCM: Sea-Launched Cruise Missile; SRBM: Short-Range Ballistic Missile; SSBN: Nuclear-Powered Ballistic Missile Submarine; TD: Taepo Dong. a The B-1B bomber is no longer nuclear. It was officially removed from the SIOP in 1997, but retained in a Nuclear Rerole Plan until March 2003, when the Office of the Secretary of Defense directed the Air Force to discontinue the plan. The B-1B is no longer nuclear-capable.
b The first Borey-class SSBN was launched in 2006 and might be entering operations in 2008 with the Bulava SLBM. A total of six Borey SSBNs are planned. Delta IVs are being upgraded to the modified SS-N-23 (Sineva). All but three of the original six Typhoon-class SSBNs have been retired. One has been converted to test launch platform for the SS-N-30 (Bulava) SLCM. The Borey will probably replaced Delta IIIs on a one-for-one basis.
c The Pentagon declared in May 2007 that the DF-31 had achieved "initial threat capability" in 2006.
d The first Jin-class (Type 094) was launched in 2004 and first spotted with commercial satellite images in July 2007. A second Jin-class SSBN has been launched and a third appears to be under construction. U.S. naval intelligence has projected that China might build five SSBNs if it wants to have a more permanent sea-based deterrent, and the DOD 2008 DOD report in March 2008 that Chinese forces by 2010 might include "up to five" Jin-class SSBNs.
e The DOD reported in 2008 that 50-250 DH-10 have been deployed in air- and ground-based versions. Only a portion of the H-6 force, perhaps 30 aircraft, are estimated to have secondary nuclear mission. The H-6 is being modified to carry the DH-10. The Q-5 may no longer be nuclear-capable. There is no reliable information that newer tactical aircraft have been assigned nuclear role.

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