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  • Another Missile Test Success

    Heritage’s new missile defense blog, 33 Minutes, has a complete report on last night’s successful missile test in Hawaii. The intercept was the fifth successful test for THAAD system in five attempts, and marked the 29th of 30 successful tests conducted since September 2005.


    Hat tip to The Minority Report for finding this great video.

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    3 Responses to Another Missile Test Success

    1. Cuffy Meigs says:

      I'm an MDA contractor and have a youtube version of yesterday's THAAD test up here — feel free to embed: http://perfunction.typepad.com/perfunction/2008/0

      Keep up the good work!

    2. Don Raleigh, NC says:

      Where are all the naysayers about how missile defense is not technologically feasible? Another great illustration about our military capabilities and the absolute, straight faced, clueless ignorance of the Left. God or somebody help us if these people get a bullet proof majority in November.

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