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What was a name given to Britain's first operational nuclear weapon?

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What was a name given to Britain's first operational nuclear weapon?
posted Aug 22 by Ujjwal Mehra

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Blue Danube
The first Blue Danube was delivered to the Royal Air Force in November 1953. The warhead was proof-tested at surface and air-drop trials sites in Maralinga, Australia, by a team of Australian, British and Canadian scientists in late 1956. However it was not suitable for service requirements and was re-engineered.

answer Aug 24 by Varuna Magar
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