Col John Moss, 30th Space Wing commander, will oversee the launch of the long range missile, saying: "Team V is once again ready to work with Air Force Global Strike Command to successfully launch another Minuteman III missile. These Minuteman launches are essential to verify the status of our national nuclear force and to demonstrate our national nuclear capabilities.
We are proud of our long history in partnering with the men and women of the 576th Flight Test Squadron to execute these missions for the nation." Additionally, as The Daily Star reports, after President Trump branded North Korea "a real threat to the world," Col Deane Konowicz, the 625th Strategic Operations Squadron commander, said the test will send a message to enemies of the US... "The Simulated Electronic Launch of a Minuteman III ICBM is a signal to the American people, our allies, and our adversaries that our ICBM capability is safe, secure, lethal and ready.
Looks like President Trump is now very serious with North Korea, now that North Korea has made many threats to nuke the United States Of America in the last couple of weeks. Usually I would be one against this launching of an ICBM, but Trump has to show North Korea something with their countless threats to launch nukes at the United States Of America. President Trump tonight and the US Air Force is showing you how to deal with a maniac like Kim Jung Un, by showing him unlike North Korean missiles our nukes actually work.
Now don't expect Kim Jung Un to stand down from this nuke test by President Trump and the US Air Force tonight, but if Kim Jung Un retaliates don't be surprised if North Korea fails again. This is strange since this will happen on April 26th the day of Operation Gotham Shield, but maybe we were trolled with that so that President Trump could ready to warn North Korea with this show of force by launching an ICBM tonight. If you're on the west coast don't be alarmed it's not a UFO in the night sky.