In terms of ” low yeild tactical” nuclear weapons I would like to point something out that I don’t think a lot of people realize. A lot of people think “low yield” means something like a big conventional bomb in size. It is not! A “low yield” nuclear weapon is about the size of the ones dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Those were of course big for their day, but now they would be classed as “low yeild”. So next time you hear politicians downplaying the situation by saying “low yeild”, stop and think about what that really means.
Just to let everyone know, the U.S. Sec of Defense usually flies on the E-4B “looking glass” when he travels internationally. He left out of D.C. and traveled overseas this weekend. The reason he travels on it is “just in case”. But please dont think that if ONE of the FOUR E-4B planes is in the air that nuclear war is about to break out. Before all the current Russian threats, no one paid much attention when the E-4B planes traveled. Now if all four E-4B planes take off we are all doomed.