‘Missile’ beta test judges general public’s reaction time and social response


Next News Network/YouTube

PSYOP or display of force?

By Gary Franchi

LOS ANGELES — Saturday was the first time the Navy has tested the Trident 11 D5 missile, a 44-foot-long weapon deployed from an Ohio-class submarine that has a range of 4,000 nautical miles.

The Trident II is a three-stage rocket, meaning that the missile’s engine separates three times during flight. Daniels said the reflected sunlight was particularly pronounced during each engine separation, giving the rocket a mysterious glow from certain vantage points on the ground.

Featured image main page via: National Museum of the U.S. Navy/Flickr

Via Next News Network

Read:
Mysterious object was seen over South Florida and the Bahamas
The Shepard Ambellas Show is an all original fast-paced comedy, variety, news show where nearly everything goes. Shepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of the popular independent news website Intellihub.com (news and politics). Bethany Adoni sits shotgun. The Shepard Ambellas Show airs LIVE weekdays (Mon-Fri) on the Shepard Ambellas YouTube channel from 5-7 pm Eastern/4C/2P. (CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE) Turn notifications on immediately. The show is nationally syndicated on iHeart Radio. An archived version of the show is also available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Deezer, Podcast Addict, Podchaser, JioSaavn, and Spreaker for you listening pleasure.
Advertisement


SHARE