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Curristan tests first missiles


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The Curristan Military has today tested the following missiles:

BGM/RGM-109B Tomahawk Anti Ship Missile (TASM) - radar guided anti-shipping variant.

The missile were launched at around 2am local time and has tracked to and hit a target ship 10 miles out to sea inside Curristan waters.

BGM-109C Tomahawk Land Attack Missile - Conventional (TLAM-C) with a unitary warhead.

This missile was launched at 2:40am local time and has tracked to and hit a target on the coast.


One of the two Tomahawks fired leaving its silo.


Ship target shortly after impact.

The Curristan President Kerry Long made this statement:

"I would like to reassure the international community and especially our neighbours, that these tests are purely for defensive measures. I will answer any questions about these tests by any country's leader and will discuss with them in person if need be. The current wars over the world has pushed us into this action. All further tests will be conducted inside our own waters and will be well away from any international ship routes. That is all."

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