Over the next decade the U.S. is predicted to spend between $620 billion and $661 billion on nuclear weapons. On average right now they spend about $20 billion per year.
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4 trillion dollarsAnswer 2:Between 1940 and 1996 the estimated Minimum incurred costs of the US Nuclear Weapons programs is 5.821 Trillion dollars (source: Atomic Audit: The Costs of US Nuclear Weapons since 1940). Maintenance of the Nuclear Weapons alone cost 25 Billion dollars per year (not including guarding them, or secrets etc).
Japan doesn't want any nuclear weapons.But Japan can easily produce nuclear weapons if it wanted to. It has the technology to build nuclear weapons within 1 year-- probably a few months if it wanted.However, most Japanese people are against nuclear weapons. Therefore, they do not have nuclear weapons.
1945 was the first year that a Nuclear bomb was successfully tested then used in combat.
If the island is Cuba, 1962
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The U.S., at its peak state, had close to 32500 nuclear weapons (about the year 1965). They now have roughly 10000.
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I don't have the exact year, but it was during Ronald Reagan's term as president.