You sound like Hitler in his bunker talking how a wonder weapon would change the course of the war. And you're not even at war.
All I did was clarify what new weapons were in the pipeline.
There's no such thing as a 'tactical nuke,' they can't be used tactically, they're zero sum options.
Tactical refers to their use to destroy enemy soldiers on the battlefield. As opposed to destroying the enemy's cities deep in their homeland.
If Russia were to invade the European Union, and if the US were unable to repel the invasion conventionally, the US would use these bombs to destroy Russian military forces. At least, we would under Obama or Hillary. Trump might decide to cheer for Russia I guess.
The Serbs managed to knock down your last state of the art stealth bomber.
The F-117 (and F-35) has great stealth from the front, fair stealth from the back, and no stealth from the sides. That is good enough for flying directly at a heavily defended target and then destroying it before flying away. It is not so good if the enemy is firing a missile at your side.
In the case of Serbia, we flew the same route into the country over and over again, which allowed the Serbs to position a mobile radar where they knew it would catch a F-117 from the side. Merely varying our routes into Serbia would have defeated this tactic.
The F-22, B-2, and B-21 are stealthy from all directions, so do not need to worry about radar from unexpected locations.
How long do you think it's designs can be kept secret when people like you are already boasting about it?
Beats me. I know there is some bit of hysteria in Washington right now about keeping all of its features secret even though some of the capability goals were public earlier in the contract bidding.
If Putin doesn't have the blueprints now he soon will.
I doubt they will be able to replicate the planes even if they manage to get a copy of the designs. We haven't seen any Russian or Chinese versions of B-2 bombers yet.