US Navy tested anti-ship cruise missile

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The United States Navy near Guam Island tested anti-ship cruise missiles. On Friday, October 4, CNN reported.

According to him, the tests were held on Tuesday, when a military parade was held in China in honor of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the PRC.

The US military tested the NSM (Naval Strike Missile) rocket. It is capable of hitting ships up to 100 nautical miles. These weapons are designed using stealth technology and can change course.

The missile was launched from the ship Gabrielle Giffords. Her goal was a decommissioned American ship.

In early September, four Trident II D5 unloaded ballistic missiles were launched from the Nebraska nuclear submarine (Ohio type). The tests took place off the coast of Southern California. The purpose of the exercises is called “response to what is happening in the world” and verification of the characteristics of missiles.


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