Weapons are most simply and narrowly defined as devices used to destroy and incapacitate an enemy force, so they are used in wartime, but they are also used as preventive and repressive measures by police and military forces, can be used in hunting or while practicing shooting, in self-defense situations, and, unfortunately, they can be abused.
Here is a list of the top 10 most dangerous military weapons in the world
10. The Agni Missile
The Agni missile is a family of medium to intercontinental-range ballistic missiles developed by India, named after one of the five elements of nature, fire. Agni missiles are long-range, nuclear weapons capable of surface-to-surface ballistic missiles.
9. The Trident II D5 SLBM
The Trident missile is a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM). Trident missiles are carried by fourteen United States Navy Ohio-class submarines, with American warheads, as well as four Royal Navy Vanguard-class submarines, with British warheads.
An intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) is a missile with a minimum range of 5,500 kilometers, primarily designed for nuclear weapons delivery. It is guided to the target. ICBMs have the capability of being launched from airplanes, submarines, missile silos,
MOAB: commonly known as “Mother of All Bombs,” is a large-yield bomb, the most powerful non-nuclear weapon in the American arsenal. It was made for the fight against Afghanistan. It simply sucks in oxygen, ignites the cloud
6. Chemical weapon – Chimera virus
Combining two pathogenic viruses increases the lethality of the new virus. For example, the USSR’s Chimera Project attempted to combine DNA from Venezuelan equine encephalitis, smallpox, and Ebola viruses in the late 1980s.
“Father of All Bombs” (FOAB) is a Russian-designed, it is the strongest vacuum bomb in the world that all those who would be in the zone of such a bomb would first suffocate, due to lack of oxygen, and then they would be crushed by the shock wave and burned at high temp
4. B53 Nuclear bomb
The Mk/B53 was a high-yield bunker-buster thermonuclear weapon developed by the USA in d Cold War which results in a fireball with an approximate 2.9 to 3.4 mm diameter, and the radiated heat causes lethal burns to any unprotected person within a 20mile radius.
3. LITTLE BOY AND FAT MAN
Little Boy was the code name for an atomic bomb dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, killing approximately 220,000 people.
Fat Man is the code name for an atomic bomb that detonated over Nagasaki, Japan.
2. Castle Bravo
Castle Bravo was an operation during which the U.S. tested a thermonuclear hydrogen bomb for the first time. The test was in the Marshall Islands. The result of the explosion was nuclear rain, which poisoned the islanders who returned to the island after detonation.
1. TSAR BOMB
(Russian: Царь-бомба) is a nickname for the RDS-220 hydrogen bomb. Made by the USSR, on testing, The area with a diameter of 35 km around the bomb was completely destroyed.