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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
LARGE U.S. NUCLEAR FORCE REMAINS IN EUROPE
Figure 1: Locations of U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Europe
Table 1: U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Europe, 2005*
Table 2: B61 Nuclear Bomb Characteristics3
Figure 2: Close-Up of Protective Aircraft Shelters
Table 3: Munitions Support Squadrons At National Air Bases
Figure 3: Elevated Weapon Storage Vault in Hangar
Figure 4: Weapon Storage Vault Loading Demonstration
Figure 5: Protective Aircraft Shelter Weapon Storage Vault Location
Figure 7: Weapon Storage Security System Modernization27
Stockpile Upgrades Made Under Guise of Safety Concerns
Table 6: Recent Modifications to U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Europe
Table 7: Type 3 Trainer Requirements by Location and Type32
Figure 8: B61-4 Type 3E Trainer
Security Fears Trim Excessive Deployment in 1970s
Figure 9: Greek Nuclear-Capable Nike Hercules
Public Uproar in mid-1980s Forces More Reductions
Rationale for U.S. Deployment in Europe Challenged by World Events
Figure 10: Ground-Launched Cruise Missile
The 1991 Gulf War Helps Create New Justification
Figure 11: Protective Aircraft Shelter Logistics
New Cuts Lead to New Reaffirmation of Nuclear Role
Nuclear Reductions Trigger Security Problems
Figure 12: Italian F-104 at Rimini Air Base
Figure 13: The SILVER Books Project102
Nuclear Strike Training
Table 9: Nuclear Weapons Training Ranges118
Figure 14: B61 Shapes Dropped at Vliehors Range120
Nuclear Deployment Reorganized
Figure 15: Turkish F-16 at Balikesir Air Base
European Changes Increase Importance of U.S. Fighter Bombers
Figure 16: F-15E Refueling Over Iraq
NATO Expansion East Reaffirms Status Quo
More Safety Concerns Raise Alarm
Figure 17: B61 Nuclear Bomb Disassembly
NEW PRESIDENTIAL GUIDANCE BUT NO CHANGE
Call for Review of NATO Policy Opens Debate
Nuclear Burden-Sharing Begins to Unravel
Figure 18: Greek A-7E Fighter-Bombers in Formation
Figure 19: PA-200 Tornado at Büchel Air Base
Figure 20: Büchel Air Base
Figure 21: Turkish F-16 Near Hangar at Akinci Air Base
More Policy Refinement but Little Actual Change
THE 2001 NUCLEAR POSTURE REVIEW
Figure 22: F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
Figure 23: Nuclear Exercise at Incirlik Air Base
Prospects for Change
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Appendix A: U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Europe, 2005
Appendix B: Planned and Current WS3 Capacity233
Appendix C: Portraits of NATO Nuclear Bases in Europe
Glossary and Abbreviations
Endnotes
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