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US and Israel Prepare for Iran, Score Arrow Missile Success

The joint Israeli-American Arrow anti-missile system scored its first successful trial at a would-be Israeli target over the Mediterranean Sea Monday morning. The experiment tested the launch system but did not include a dummy missile target.

One of the potential targets for the Arrow is the Iranian Shihab missile.

The Arrow 3 interceptor was successfully launched and flew an exo-atmospheric trajectory through space, in accordance with the test plan.

Below is a video of successful Arrow 3 launch test last September. Initial operating capability of Arrow 3 is expected in 2016, two years later than originally planned.

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3 Responses to “US and Israel Prepare for Iran, Score Arrow Missile Success”

  1. So if you have Arrow missile and is working well what are you waiting? Long live Iran.

  2. Gail Sinclair says:

    Not a chance. It will seem so for 7 years. And then vengeance is God's for dividing His land. Bet your quran never told you that. All it does is tell you to kill. If that is your god, I hate to think who your devil is.

  3. Psalms eighty three Godbless you.

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