This is not the thread to re-engage the Scottish debate but a couple of points are blurred.
"The Scottish airfields defend us". What Scottish airfields? There is only on, Lossiemouth, and it shares its QRA responsibilities (mainly just to justify its existence) with Marham, which could easily cope with this full time.
So far as Trident goes, as I've said before, Faslane becomes a sovereign base. If Guantanamo Bay can operate throughout the Cold War in the hostile environment of Cuba, I'm sure Faslane and the locals could continue to co-exist.
The Labour Party is bigger threat to Trident than the SNP!
Once Scotland has independence and a decent government voted in Ruth Davidson is not going to tell Boris to move elsewhere.
You said earlier that Scotland costs us in England £9 billion a year. So let them have their independence I say. Good luck to them if they need so much cash from us, as we could spend it in the north of England instead.
I can not believe that England, a world superpower, could not find somewhere to store our nuclear weapons and subs when we get rid of Scotland. If we have nowhere, do we really think we can still be a superpower?