Updated Nuclear Fallout and First Strike Maps for USA

Discussion in 'General Survival and Preparedness' started by deMolay, Apr 26, 2017.


  1. deMolay

    deMolay Monkey+

    Good morning looking for updated maps or info on US nuke strikes, fallout etc. Particular to Arkansas and Montana. Understand that Minuteman Missiles have be removed in Montana. Thx
     
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  2. Motomom34

    Motomom34 Monkey+++

  3. Brokor

    Brokor Live Free or Cry Moderator Site Supporter+++ Founding Member

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  4. mysterymet

    mysterymet Monkey+++

    You have to put in a factor of strategic importance to the military targets.
     
  5. DKR

    DKR Raconteur of the first stripe

    Not hardly

    The 341st Missile Wing was the first United States Air Force LGM-30 Minuteman ICBM wing. On 15 July 1961, the 341st was reactivated, and a year later, in late July 1962, the first LGM-30A Minuteman I arrived and was placed at the Alpha-9 launch facility. The 10th SMS accepted its final flight on 28 February 1963. Two months later, the 12th SMS became 100 percent combat ready. In July, the 490th SMS became fully operational, giving the 341st SMW responsibility for 150 silos. A fourth squadron, the 564th, a former SM-65D Atlas unit, stood up on 1 April 1966 with the LGM-30F Minuteman II.

    Beginning in 1967, all Minuteman I A and B models were replaced by the Minuteman II. The upgrade was completed by June 1969. In 1975, the 564th SMS switched from the Minuteman II to the LGM-30G Minuteman III model.

    On 28 September 1991, President Bush ordered all Minuteman IIs off alert status. This order affected three-quarters of the 200 ICBMs stationed at Malmstrom. From 1992 to 1994, the Air Force removed 150 Minuteman II missiles from their silos to comply with the pending START I Treaty. The 10th, 12th and 490th silos were upgraded to receive Minuteman III missiles, joining the 50 Minuteman III missiles already on alert status with the 564th

    In 2007 the 564th SMS's 50 silos were retired to reduce operating costs. They were last upgraded in the early 1970s and were considerably different from the newer Minuteman III silos upgraded in the 1990s. With their inactivation, the United States number of ground-based ICBMs was reduced to 450.

    (The wiki lists specific geo locations for each silo by sqdn
    341st Missile Wing LGM-30 Minuteman Missile Launch Sites - Wikipedia) Who needs spy satellites?
     
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  6. DKR

    DKR Raconteur of the first stripe

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  7. Motomom34

    Motomom34 Monkey+++

    @DKR thanks for the NK nuke map. I had not seen that. I know that Kim threatened Australia and I had been wondering if that was realistic.
     
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  8. DKR

    DKR Raconteur of the first stripe

    Kim would have to have a working system to be a real threat. The last 'test' was a detonate on launch - it blew up on the pad.

    Here is their latest sub-launched system.....(FAKE PHOTO OF PDRK test)
    To be fair, it did clear the surface.
    [​IMG]

    So far, it seems our orbiting 10 terrawatt excimer laser system is keeping the land-based stuff under control.
    (image is of mythical Star Wars space based LASER system that most certainly does not exist nor has it even except in artists imagination)
    [​IMG]

    a real working LASER weapon looks just like this:
    [​IMG]
     
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  9. ghrit

    ghrit Bad company Administrator Founding Member

    Based on what I've managed to glean from all the NK noise cluttering the web and airways, about all we need fear from NK is baking in the hot air. In truth, SK has a bit of risk due to proximity, but I'm pretty sure that the fat boy with the bad haircut is not insane enough to order a strike anywhere outside his own borders for fear of the bug vs. windshield effect. For one thing, his generals are not stupid, and I dare say there would be some mutinous activities that would blunt his attacks, not to mention revolution in the citizenry. The propaganda goes only so far, and we know that there is quite a bit of silent opposition to his regime. (Silent because there are enough secret police that will disappear a person if someone manages to stick his neck out.)

    We know that there are Warthogs all over the map in that nekka da woods. If fat boy turns his artillery loose, it won't be long until there is no more artillery. Yes, there WILL be civilian and military casualties, but the killing should not last longer than a couple days allowing for refueling the Warthogs. Anything north of the artillery line will be handled readily by the carriers and subs. I wish the Tomahawks were slightly more precise, but they will do well enough to make the palace into raw building materials for filling in potholes.

    Swat eye thinks, ennyweigh.
     
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  10. sec_monkey

    sec_monkey SM Security Administrator

    That pic is a US Trident, it aint north korean

    just sayin
     
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  11. 3M-TA3

    3M-TA3 Cold Wet Monkey Site Supporter++

    The Korea map is distorted because perfect circles are being imposed on a standard two dimensional projection. The correct distances are these I drew using Google Earth Pro that uses correct 3D modeling:
    upload_2017-4-26_19-6-21.

    Concentric circles projected on a globe centered over Pyongyang:
    upload_2017-4-26_19-14-39.
     
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  12. Motomom34

    Motomom34 Monkey+++

    You are right, it does look like a trident missile. Good catch
     
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  13. Brokor

    Brokor Live Free or Cry Moderator Site Supporter+++ Founding Member

    Nothing you see is realistic, it's all a farce. Granted, real people will die, but that's what goyim are good for.
     
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  14. Brokor

    Brokor Live Free or Cry Moderator Site Supporter+++ Founding Member

    Pay special attention to my earlier post when I linked the TOP nuclear targets. Not every single possible target under the sun, not the neighbors cat which drank too much antifreeze and pooped green before it died.
     
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  15. DKR

    DKR Raconteur of the first stripe

    (shuffles feet)
    Okay, next time I'll note (FAKE PHOTO OF) as I've yet to see anything the PDRK puts out that is anything close to accurate....

    Still, it can be fun - I'll go back and fix that
     
  16. deMolay

    deMolay Monkey+

    Thanks I have played with that map it is cool. I am kinda looking for fallout effects etc. Thank you
     
  17. deMolay

    deMolay Monkey+

    I was wondering what thoughts were regarding Whiteman Air Base in Missouri, we live in North Central Ark. close to Missouri border. All I am fining for fallout maps are very old data. I understand that the Minuteman Missiles sites in Montana have been decommissioned and wonder what effect that would have on the rocky mt area of Montana as we could be relocating there. Thanks
     
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  18. deMolay

    deMolay Monkey+

    Not sure I follow you are you referring to Nukemap?. I find Nukemap useful for blast radius but it does not give expected fallout data, ie areas affected by fallout from a massive strike. For example Whiteman has the Stealth bombers which is a major target. To the west of me is Oklahoma, how reliable are these old fallout maps we see. I know that the Minute Man Missile silo's many are empty, and they have been upgraded to Minute Man 3 whatever that means I am not sure as far as targets and fallout patterns? Thanks
     
  19. deMolay

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  20. deMolay

    deMolay Monkey+

    I think NK would be a tough fight. Because he has much of his weaponry buried and can run it out then retract, SK would be vulnerable to his estimated 25000 pcs of heavy artillery aimed at Seoul. Not enough warthogs to take that and would require either precise penetrators or a general nuke blast which would upset a lot of neighbors Something big is close. The stealth bombers left Whiteman 3 nights ago according to local gossip. . It has become a mess. Also Iran is a staunch ally and supplied most of their missile tech along with China. Messy
     
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