Cuba returns lost dummy missile to US: State Department
Cuba returns lost dummy missile to US: State Department

The United States has recovered a missile that was accidentally sent to Cuba in 2014 after a logistical mixup in Europe, bringing an end to an unusual and sensitive episode in the world of defense. The dummy training version of a US Hellfire missile was returned to the US with the "cooperation

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