US destroys 'enemy' inter-continental ballistic missile in 'milestone' salvo intercept | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

US destroys 'enemy' inter-continental ballistic missile in 'milestone' salvo intercept

The United States on Monday successfully intercepted an intercontinental ballistic missile by two ground-based interceptors in a first-time "milestone" achievement, according to the Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency.
Two ground-based missile interceptors were launched Vandenberg Air Force Base in California after radars tracked a simulated intercontinental ballistic missile launched from the Reagan Test Site on Marshall Islands' Kwajalein Atoll in the Pacific ocean almost 4,000 miles (approx 6437 km) away.

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