Deep penetration munitions
A bunker buster is a type of munition that is designed to penetrate hardened targets or targets buried deep underground, such as military bunkers.
Guidance and control for bunker-busting munitions - Military & Aerospace Electronics
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Description:Thus, the sole purpose for US nuclear weapons should be to deter the use of nuclear weapons and, if necessary, to respond to nuclear attacks. This new bomb had the following features: According to Senate testimony by Everett Beckner, the Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs of the National Nuclear Security Administration, the proposed study of the new Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator RNEP would include modifying two existing nuclear weapons to allow them to attack buried targets—the B61 which is already the basis for the B earth penetrator , but also the B83 air-dropped bomb. These hardened facilities house command centers, ammunition depots and research labs that are either of strategic importance or vital to waging war. Its casing consists of an approximately foot 5-meter section of artillery barrel that is Similarly, it appears that other options currently being considered would use existing warheads and would therefore not require nuclear testing. By developing new nuclear weapons expressly to target non-nuclear weapon states, the United States would undermine the continued viability of the NPT.