United States to launch an unknown military missile over Pacific Ocean

The United States decided to launch an unknown military missile system over the Pacific Ocean in the period from October 20 to October 29, Interfax reports this with reference to navigation warning for pilots and navigators.

It is noted that the launch is scheduled from the Polygon hookhouses at the South Coast of Alaska to the Kvagealein atoll area on the Marshall Islands.

flight range, based on the stated coordinates, will be about two thousand kilometers. The specified polygon is used by the Pentagon for testing various military systems, including anti-missile, and to launch light carrier missiles with small spacecraft.

Earlier, the US Army and the American Military Industrial Corporation Lockheed Martin conducted the Precision Strike Missile Rocket Tests. During the tests, the rocket, called the “killer” of Russian air defense systems, for example, C-400 “Triumph”, launched at Vanderberg Air Force Air Base in California to the Pacific Ocean.

/Media reports.