U.S. Aegis destroyers in the Pacific Missile intercept test successful
Aegis destroyer, “the Foard number” during the missile intercept test.
BEIJING, March 31 – Navy 30, said recently in the Pacific Ocean has successfully conducted a ballistic missile and cruise missile intercept tests. It was observed that the purpose may be to North Korea’s launch activities to contain.
According to Kyodo News and other media reports, headquarters in San Diego, California U.S. Navy Third Fleet, said this month, 24 and 26, in California, the Pacific coastal waters of the missile intercept test successfully intercepted a hypothetical enemy missiles.
in the test, the Aegis destroyer, “the Foard number” to use radar to capture the short-range missiles and will soon fall under low-flying cruise missiles, making track after the launch interceptor missiles to shoot down SM2.
satellite in the DPRK under the pretext of preparing to launch next month on the 4th case of activities held at the U.S. Navy conducted this test, its purpose may be to demonstrate the U.S. Navy through the interception capability against North Korea launch activities to contain.