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Japan completes missile intercept test from ship

The Japanese military became the first U.S. ally to shoot down a mid-range ballistic missile from a ship at sea in a test Monday. The U.S. military has conducted similar successful tests in the past, but this time the interceptor was fired from a Japanese ship, the JS Kongo, said the U.S. Missile Defense Agency, which carried out the test. The target warhead was knocked out about 100 miles above the Pacific Ocean. Full Story

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