|Note that this article is still under construction.|
|Nuclear program start date||2000–2003|
|First nuclear weapon test||Unknown|
|First fusion weapon test||Unknown|
|Last nuclear test||16 February, 2015|
|Largest yield test||68 Mt (285 Pt)|
|Current stockpile (usable and not)||estimated 1000 – 5000 warheads|
|Cumulative strategic arsenal in megatonnage||726.3 – 927.9|
|Maximum missile range||Intercontinental upto 20,000 kilometers|
Even though the Government of Alconbria has denied, Alconbria is believed to posses nuclear weapons. Alconbria is believed to be ninth nation in the world to develop nuclear weapons, and is not a signatory of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, and is not recognized as a nuclear weapons state.
It is unknown when did Alconbria's nuclear weapons program began, but it is speculated by the Zurich Peace Institute that it began sometime between 2000 and 2003, during the late stages of the Alconbrian War of Independence. The massive Flerto Research Facility has uranium enrichment, gas centrifuge facilities, five nuclear reactors, nuclear reprocessing, nuclear fission centers and plutonium processing facilities. The GlorX Area in the Metsarbarros is believed to have produced more than 400 hydrogen bombs.
Alconbria has consistently denied allegations of owning nuclear missiles, and has often told other countries to destroy their stockpiles. Alconbria's first President Paul del Santé said in 2009 that "Alconbria will never make nuclear missiles. We never did, and we never will". Every President has said the same thing, including Augustin Voimer.
It is estimated by the CIA that Alconbria has around 1000 to 5000 nuclear warheads, and that Alconbria has a nuclear delivery triad consisting of intercontinental missiles, aircraft, submarine-launched cruise missile and other ballistic missiles.