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MANUAL. NUMBER 3150. 02. January 31, 2014. Incorporating Change 2, November 16, 2017. USD(AT& L) SUBJECT: DoD Nuclear Weapon System Safety Program Manual Nuclear weapons delivery is the technology and systems used to place a nuclear weapon at the position of detonation, on or near its target.
Several methods have been developed to carry out this task. Strategic nuclear weapons are used primarily as part of a doctrine of deterrence by threatening large targets, such as cities. Weaponeering is the process of estimating the quantity of a specific type weapon required to achieve a specific level of damage to a given target, considering target vulnerability, weapon effects, munition delivery errors, damage criteria, probability of kill, weapon reliability, etc.