An unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile was destroyed early Wednesday minutes after it blasted out of a California coast
underground silo on a flight to test the weapon's reliability, the Air Force said.
It's the second Minuteman 3 test problem in five weeks at Vandenberg Air Force Base, located on the coast about 130 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
We can specualate about the anomaly, perhaps its just
the age of the missiles? Something seems off,
with all of the unrest in the Middle East, and China's hegemonic ambitions...lots of possibilities.
...."Established parameters were exceeded, and controllers sent destruct commands."
On June 22, an unarmed Minuteman 3 was launched on a test flight to the Marshall Islands atoll, but a communications problem forced the launch
command to be issued by ground control rather than an airborne launch control system.
In that missile test, the ICBM and its re-entry vehicle successfully reached its Kwajalein Atoll target.
This one, not so successful.
A glimpse into the work leading up to a Minuteman III launch here, its no small amount of work.
this smells like a Pre-falseflag set up those minuteman systems have been crappy since they were rolled out now they are showing us they don't work,
so when they cant defend us when something Unforeseen like 911, the Gov. and Mil wont be to blame for not protecting us.
i mean how could they ever see it coming and be prepared?
edit on 7/27/2011 by -W1LL because: (no reason given)
I wouldn't worry, it's probably just a malfunctioning chip that China slipped into the missile before they shipped it over for America to buy. Build
your own weapons and these problems would come up much less, lol.
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