Trump Fires BACK: US Launches Nuke Missile Just Days After Kim’s Nightmare Firing (Video)

Trump Fires BACK: US Launches Nuke Missile Just Days After Kim’s Nightmare Firing (Video)

Airmen from Malmstrom and Vandenberg Air Force bases conducted an operational test launch of an unarmed Minuteman III missile.

The test launch used an intercontinental ballistic missile pulled randomly from a silo on Malmstrom Air Force Base, which was then transported and reassembled at Vandenberg, and launched by crew members from the 341st Missile Wing.
The ICBM was equipped with a single test reentry vehicle, and traveled approximately 4,200 miles to a test range near the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. These ICBM test launches verify the accuracy and reliability of the weapon system, providing valuable data to ensure a safe, secure and effective nuclear deterrent, Aiir Source Military reports.

The test comes a week after the US successfully test fired an ICBM at the airbase, Info Wars reports.
The news will come as a blow to North Korea which has suffered a string of embarrassing missile launch failures.“The purpose of the ICBM test launch program is to validate and verify the effectiveness, readiness and accuracy of the weapon system,” Air Force Global Strike Command said in a statement.

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The news will come as a blow to North Korea which has suffered a string of embarrassing missile launch failures.

Most recently, a missile launched on Saturday morning from north of the country’s capital Pyongyang exploded prematurely.

“The purpose of the ICBM test launch program is to validate and verify the effectiveness, readiness and accuracy of the weapon system,” Air Force Global Strike Command said in a statement.

While Col John Moss, 30th Space Wing commander, said the launch was to demonstrate the “nuclear capabilities” of the US.

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