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(Data in this Fact Sheet comes from the biannual exchange of data required by the Treaty.  It contains data declared current as of March 1, 2019.  Data will be updated each six month period after entry into force of the Treaty.)[1]

Category of Data United States of America Russian Federation
Deployed ICBMs, Deployed SLBMs, and Deployed Heavy Bombers 656 524
Warheads on Deployed ICBMs, on Deployed SLBMs, and Nuclear Warheads Counted for Deployed Heavy Bombers 1365 1461
Deployed and Non-deployed Launchers of ICBMs, Deployed and Non-deployed Launchers of SLBMs, and Deployed and Non-deployed Heavy Bombers 800 760

United States of America Data
Effective Date:  March 1, 2019

ICBMs and ICBM Launchers MM-III Total
Deployed ICBMs 398 398
Non-deployed ICBMs 268 268
Deployed and Non-deployed Launchers of ICBMs 454 454
     Deployed Launchers of ICBMs 398 398
     Non-deployed Launchers of ICBMs 56 56
Test Launchers 4 4


SLBMs and SLBM Launchers Trident II Total
Deployed SLBMs 209 209
Non-deployed SLBMs 239 239
Deployed and Non-deployed Launchers of SLBMs 280 280
     Deployed Launchers of SLBMs 209 209
     Non-deployed Launchers of SLBMs 71 71
Test Launchers 0 0


Heavy Bombers B-2A B-52H Total
Deployed Heavy Bombers 12 37 49
Non-deployed Heavy Bombers 8 9 17
Test Heavy Bombers 1 3 4
Heavy Bombers Equipped for Non-nuclear Armaments 0 41 41


[1] The complete unclassified data for the United States is available upon request from the Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC.  Please contact AVC Press at

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