The United States has "fallen behind on nuclear weapon capacity," President Donald Trump said last week, and he wants to make sure the U.S. is at the "top of the pack" among the world's nuclear powers. He has bluntly criticized the treaty that sets the U.S. and Russian nuclear arsenals at equal levels as "one-sided." And he's called for a formal nuclear posture review.
Words like those cause ears to perk up at Offutt Air Force Base, where Gen. John Hyten, who heads U.S. Strategic Command,
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