John F. Kennedy talks about the development of nuclear weapons of low weight during a speech in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1962, March 2 Duration:3 min 23 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy delivers a speech in Washington DC. President Kennedy seated on a podium and delivers his speech. He speaks into the microphone. A flag of United States on the stage. In the context of U.S. resumption of nuclear testing, President Kennedy talks about the constant change in nuclear weapon technology and development of the weapons according to the changes. He states that if the weapons have to be secure flexible and selective in impact, experiments with new designs have to be made. He also speaks about the development of low weight new series weapons for survival in a surprise attack. The weapons will be of low weight and high explosive content.
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