U.S. conducts first ground-launched cruise missile test after INF treaty exit
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U.S. conducts first ground-launched cruise missile test after INF treaty exit

November 18, 2019


the US has conducted the first test of a
ground launched a cruise missile since its exit from D intermediate-range
nuclear forces treaty earlier this month the Pentagon said on Monday that the
test missile was launched from San Nicolas island in California on Sunday
local time and accurately hit its target after more than 500 kilometres of
flights the missile test would have been in violation of the INF treaty but
Washington withdrew from the 1987 agreement with Moscow earlier this month
exiting the treaty the u.s. accused Russia of a violating the pact which the
Kremlin has denied

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  1. The US has tested a 500KM cruised missile at a set projectory at mach 3 speed.China lastest cruised missile the Jia Geng No.1that flys at mach 11 speed that can maneuvers and glide to its target

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