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==Suitcase Nuclear Device==
 
 
 
A '''suitcase nuclear device''' or '''suitcase nuke''' is a definition for various types of nuclear devices developed by the former Soviet Union. They, in their various incarnations, are just what they sound like: small yeild nuclear devices placed inside suitcases. They are specifically designed to be concealable and mobile.
 
A '''suitcase nuclear device''' or '''suitcase nuke''' is a definition for various types of nuclear devices developed by the former Soviet Union. They, in their various incarnations, are just what they sound like: small yeild nuclear devices placed inside suitcases. They are specifically designed to be concealable and mobile.
   
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Revision as of 11:38, January 18, 2007

A suitcase nuclear device or suitcase nuke is a definition for various types of nuclear devices developed by the former Soviet Union. They, in their various incarnations, are just what they sound like: small yeild nuclear devices placed inside suitcases. They are specifically designed to be concealable and mobile.

Day 6

On Day 6 9:00am-10:00am, it was revealed that 5 of these suitcase nukes were in the hands of the enemy. Just prior to 10:00am, CTU raided a location at 351 Old Mill Road in Valencia. During the raid, one of the terrorists detonated the device.

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