missile ⪢⪢
Video from the state emergency services shows a missile hitting the regional administration building in Ukraine's second largest city. The central freedom square and residential areas were also targeted.
○○○ 2022.02.22 ⪢⪢
After Russian troops unleashed a brutal military assault on Ukraine launching more than 160 ballistic missiles and rockets across the country, a fiery scene shows the destruction in one town in the southeast part of the country.
○○○ sizzle ⪢⪢
The missile sizzle aired on North Korean state television.
○○○ bizarre ⪢⪢
North Korea released a bizarre hollywood style video this week, promoting the country's recent missile test launch.
○○○ Syria ⪢⪢
In northwestern Syria, several civilians, including children, were killed in a missile strike on a building housing displaced people from other parts of the country. 2019-12-24
○○○ Pyongyang ⪢⪢
North Korea holds a military parade in Pyongyang that shows missiles designed to be launched from a submarine. 2021-01-15
○○○ Fumio Kishida ⪢⪢
In Japan, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida confirms a South Korean military report that North Korea again launched two missiles. He called the North's repeated launches "regrettable". 2022-01-27
○○○ sattelite ⪢⪢
North Korea says its latest missile launch Sunday helped test cameras for a spy sattelite system. 2022-02-28
○○○ 2022.03.02 ⪢⪢
Ukraine's President is accusing Russia of committing war crime after missiles hit the city of Kharkiv.
○○○ 1962.10.15 ⪢⪢
The United States discovered the existence of these missiles. President John F. Kennedy and his advosers considered several different strategies ranging from diplomacy to a blockade or even a full-scale invasion of Cuba.
○○○ 1962.08 ⪢⪢
The Cubans and Soviets began secretly establishing sites to launch nuclear missiles from Cuba. With the use of these missile bases, the Soviet Union could have first strike capability against the United States. → site
○○○ 1962.10.22+ The United States insisted ⪢⪢
that the missile bases be removed while the Soviet Union and Cuba refused to admit that the bases even existed. As the days continued, the Soviet Union remained diligent and the Kennedy administration began preparing the early stages of an invasion plan.
○○○ 1962.10.25 ⪢⪢
On that same day, the US embassadar to the United Nations, Adlai Stevenson, confronted the Soviets in the UN assembly revealing photographic evidence that forced the Soviet Union to admit the missile bases existed.
○○○ 1962.10.28 The crisis finally ended on October 28th, 1962 ⪢⪢
when President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev reached a secret agreement. The Soviets would remove their missile bases in Cuba and in exchange the U.S. would remove missile bases in Turkey which were close to the Soviet Union's borders.
○○○ To this day, the Cuban Missile Crisis is regarded as the closest ⪢⪢
that the United States has ever come to a nuclear war. The event was one of the most intense moments in the relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union and one of the defining moments of the Cold War.
○○○ Javelin ⪢⪢
The FGM-148 Javelin is a man-portable fire-and-forget anti-tank missile manufactured in the United States by Texas Instruments which is now Raytheon Missile Systems and Martin Marietta which is now Lockheed Martin.
○○○ lock on ⪢⪢
Javelin is a fire-and-forget missile with lock on before launch and automatic self-guidance.
○○○ first ⪢⪢
The first firing test was successful in 1994 with the missile hitting the target at a range of 2,000 meters. #bookmark
○○○ spy ⪢⪢
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reportedly visits a center for his country's spy satellite program, bringing attention to the country's banned missile programs. 2022-03-11
○○○ Islamabad ⪢⪢
In Islamabad, Pakistan's foreign minister expresses concern over India's explanation of why a missile misfired and landed in a part of Punjab province. 2022-03-15
○○○ 2022.03.18 ⪢⪢
In Ukraine, Russian forces carry out a missile strike on a military airplane repair center near the western city of Lviv. #image #place
○○○ condemn ⪢⪢
And Japan, South Korea and the United States condemn North Korea for firing a long-distance missile Thursday that landed in Japan's western waters. 2022-03-24
○○○ tandem ⪢⪢
The FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank guided missile has a tandem warhead, deployable wings, an IR homing head and two engines, a launching one and a firing one.
○○○ 2022.04.08 ⪢⪢
In Ukraine, officials say a Russian missile struck a train station in eastern Ukraine killing about 50 people. Russia denies targeting the station.
○○○ 2022.04.15 ⪢⪢
In Ukraine, powerful explosions hit near Kyiv. Russia says it struck a missile factory 2 weeks after withdrawing from the area.
○○○ AH-1Z Viper ⪢⪢
The Viper carries a combination of AGM-114 Hellfire missiles, AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles, AIM-9X projected and 2.75 inch 70 mm hydra 70 rockets. #military #image
○○○ Milan ⪢⪢
Milan is an anti-tank missile system co-developed by France, Germany and Italy. #image #military
○○○ Eryx ⪢⪢
Eryx is a French short-ranged anti-tank missile system developed by Aerospatiale. #image #military
 Cuban Missile Crisis Explained
 Kim Jung-un
Kim Jung-un's abusive use of missiles and his nuclear threats show that he is begging for war. War is never something the United States wants. We don't want it now. But our country's patience is not unlimited.
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