Start unarmed Minuteman 3 missiles at a military base, the U.S. air force Vandenberg
The U.S. air force conducted another test of an Intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) Minuteman III, according to FoxNews.
According to the channel, once the start-up was late in the evening on Tuesday 6 November from Vandenberg air force base in southern California. The rocket was not equipped with a warhead. The launch was successful, ICBMs hit their intended target. More detailed information about the test is not given.
This year’s first successful launch of the Minuteman III took place in April. In early August, the us military aborted the rocket launch from Vandenberg air force base, as reported, due to “anomalies, which may include any unexpected event during the test”.