Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

America’s Latest Ballistic Missile Reveals how Outgunned North Korea and Iran Are

When it comes to military power, North Korea and Iran are far behind the United States.

While North Korea holds large military parades, its missiles are so poorly made that they continue to blow up over the Sea of Japan.

Iran, on the other hand, tested a missile in the Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday from a small submarine, according to Fox News:

An Iranian Yono-class “midget” submarine conducted the missile launch. North Korea and Iran are the only two countries in the world that operate this type of submarine.

The U.S. decided to respond to this by firing one of its missiles, which showed off its superior military strength.

ABC News reported that:

The unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile blasted off from a silo at 12:02 a.m. from Vandenberg Air Force Base and delivered a single re-entry vehicle to a target about 4,200 miles (6,800 kilometers) away at Kwajalein Atoll in the Pacific Ocean, the Air Force Global Strike Command said.

The test took 10 months to plan. It was the latest aimed at checking the readiness and accuracy of a weapon system that forms part of the U.S. nuclear force. The U.S. has about 450 of the missiles. Each can travel about 8,000 miles (12,900 kilometers).

According to Military.com, the Minuteman 3 can travel Mach 23, or 17,647 miles per hour. If Iran or North Korea ever brought things to the next level, they would never know what hit them until it was too late. But for now, our nuclear weapons capability remains one of the U.S. military’s chief deterrents against any willing aggressor.