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- United States nuclear weapons : All U.S. nuclear weapons, past or present, in deployment, production, or approved for production; not including experimental devices
- Fat Man (nuclear weapon) : The nuclear weapon used to destroy Nagasaki, Japan and it was the first operational fission device using implosion of a plutonium core.
- Mark 6 (nuclear weapon) : Essentially a re-engineered Mark 4 nuclear weapon, lighter in weight but still with the awkward swollen melon shape of the Fat Man nuclear weapon that prevented delivery by fighter planes; yield range went higher than the Mark 4: 8, 26, 80, 154, or 160 kt of TNT equivalent; in service 1951-1962; 1100 were built.
- Blue Danube (nuclear weapon) : The first deployed (November 1953) British nuclear weapon, a gravity bomb implosion device carried by heavy bombers; design derived both from the British Hurricane physics package and the U.S. Mark 4