U.S. tests Minuteman intercontinental missile

The current test launch is not related to any event in the world.
The U.S. has conducted another test launch of the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile capable of carrying multiple individual-guided nuclear warheads, the U.S. Air Force’s Global Strike Command said.

The missile was launched from a mine launcher at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

The unarmed head part of the rocket, flying 6.76 thousand. km hit a target at an American test site near Kwajalein Atoll (Marshall Islands) in the central Pacific
Earlier, a representative of Vandenberg Air Base pointed out that the current test launch is not connected with any event in the world.

Earlier it was reported that the U.S. tested a new missile in the Pacific Ocean. The rocket is designed with low visibility technology and can change course in flight.

Recall, the U.S. conducted another successful test launch of intercontinental ballistic missile Minuteman III (Minuteman-3). The unarmed head part of the missile flew 6.76 thousand. kilometers and hit a target at a test site near Kwajalein Atoll in the central Pacific.

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