Is North Korea a state?

Is North Korea a state?

North Korea, officially the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), is a country in East Asia, constituting the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. According to article 1 of the constitution, North Korea is an “independent socialist state”.

Is Australia a nuclear target?

Australia does not possess weapons of mass destruction, although it has participated in extensive research into nuclear, biological and chemical weapons in the past. As with chemical and biological weapons, Australia does not possess nuclear weapons and is not at all known to be seeking to develop them.

Does Australia have long range missiles?

Australia currently imports its missiles, mostly from the United States, including American-made AIM-9X and AIM-120B air-to-air missiles, Hellfire anti-tank missiles, and most recently Lockheed Martin’s LMT -1% Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM).

How powerful is the Australian Army?

The ADF is technologically sophisticated but relatively small. Although the ADF’s 58,206 full-time active-duty personnel and 29,560 active reservists make it the largest military in Oceania, it is smaller than most Asian military forces….

Australian Defence Force
Ranks Australian Defence Force ranks and insignia

What happens if you get hit by a nuke?

Most of the material damage caused by a nuclear air burst is caused by a combination of the high static overpressures and the blast winds. The long compression of the blast wave weakens structures, which are then torn apart by the blast winds. These winds may reach several hundred kilometers per hour.

Which country have the most powerful nuclear bomb?

The Soviet Union also tested the most powerful explosive ever detonated by humans, (“Tsar Bomba”), with a theoretical yield of 100 megatons, intentionally reduced to 50 when detonated. After its dissolution in 1991, the Soviet weapons entered officially into the possession of the Russian Federation.