South Korean missile crashes during drills, due to malfunction
Oct 05, 2022
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A South Korean missile crashed to the ground shortly after launch, during a joint firing drill with the US, causing confusion among locals. An official from Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Staff claimed the missile’s warhead didn’t explode, and the fire caught on video was caused by ignited propellant.
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