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LF-10, Vandenberg AFB CA
10:36:00Z, 23 Mar 2015
Vandenberg - Guam, 6000 miles.

W-6457 / GT-215GM
LF-04, Vandenberg AFB CA
10:53:59Z, 27 Mar 2015
Vandenberg - Guam, 6000 miles.

VAFB Minuteman Missile Test Postponed Until Monday

By Janene Scully, Noozhawk North County Editor | @JaneneScully | Published on 03.22.2015 9:06 a.m.

The test launch of an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile at Vandenberg Air Force Base has been delayed at least a day.
VAFB officials said the delay from Sunday is to correct a telemetry link used only on test missiles.
The launch has been rescheduled for 2:18 a.m. Monday, with the launch window remaining open until 8:18 a.m.
The ICBM will launch from an underground silo on the northern portion of the base.
Minuteman missiles tested at Vandenberg typically are outfitted with assorted equipment, such as tracking, telemetry and command destruct systems so crews can collect data and ensure the weapon remains safely on its flight path.
The weapon systems routinely are tested to collect data about accuracy and reliability.
Some 450 Minuteman III missiles are on alert near military bases in Montana, North Dakota and Wyoming.


Unarmed Minuteman missile test-launched from California Air Force base
Published March 23, 2015
Associated Press
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. –  The Air Force says an unarmed Minuteman 3 missile was launched from California in a test of the intercontinental ballistic missile system.
The missile lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base at 3:36 a.m. Monday.
Col. Keith Balts says the test will provide accuracy and reliability data for current and future modifications of the Minuteman system.
The missile used in the test was brought from F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming.


F. E. Warren conducts Minuteman III missile test launch from Vandenberg

Posted 3/23/2015   Updated 3/23/2015

3/23/2015 - VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif.  -- A team of Air Force Global Strike Command Airmen launched an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile equipped with a test reentry vehicle today at 3:36 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.

Every test launch verifies the accuracy and reliability of the ICBM weapon system, providing valuable data to ensure a safe, secure and effective nuclear deterrent. The launch team, under the direction of the 576th Flight Test Squadron, Vandenberg AFB, included Airmen from the 90th Missile Wing at F. E. Warren AFB, Wyoming.

"A lot of work and preparation goes in to an operational test launch from the teams on both bases," said Lt. Col Tytonia Moore, 90th MW, Task Force commander. "With these launches, we not only verify our processes and the ICBM weapon system, we provide a visual to the world that the Minuteman III is capable of striking pretty much anywhere with extreme precision."

"The role we play here is vital to the testing and evaluation of the Minuteman III program," said Col. Kelvin Townsend, 576th Flight Test Squadron commander. "We ensure the facilities and framework are in place to conduct operational test launches in a safe and secure manner with multiple team players contributing to the reliability of the test."

F. E. Warren AFB is one of three missile bases with crew members standing alert 24-7 year round, overseeing the nation's 450 ICBM alert forces.

The ICBM community, including the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, and U.S. Strategic Command will use the data collected from this mission for continuing force development evaluation.

The ICBM test launch program demonstrates the operational credibility of the Minuteman III and ensures the United States' ability to maintain a strong, credible nuclear deterrent as a key element of U.S. national security and the security of U.S. allies and partners.


================

!CARF 03/083 ZAK AIRSPACE DCC 2ROPS AIROP DO-1503 ASCENT, STAGE 1, 2
STATIONARY ALTITUDE RESERVATION WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 3457N12453W
TO 3529N12449W TO 3516N12152W TO 3444N12156W TO POINT OF ORIGIN AND
WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 3521N13738W TO 3550N13739W TO 3552N13636W
TO 3523N13635W TO POINT OF ORIGIN SFC-UNL 1503230903-1503231616

!CARF 03/086 ZAK AIRSPACE DCC 2ROPS AIROP DO-1503 STAGE 3 STATIONARY
ALTITUDE RESERVATION WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 1228N14546E TO
1325N14651E TO 1352N14910E TO 1149N14934E TO 1110N14616E TO POINT OF
ORIGIN SFC-UNL 1503230903-1503231722

!CARF 03/088 ZAK AIRSPACE DCC 2ROPS AIROP DO-1503 PORTS AND REENTRY
STATIONARY ALTITUDE RESERVATION WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 1058N14137E
TO 1137N14252E TO 1116N14306E TO 1054N14306E TO 1057N14350E TO
1046N14406E TO 0920N14412E TO 0843N14259E TO 0933N14147E TO POINT OF
ORIGIN AND WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 0439N13312E TO 0456N13306E TO
0545N13421E TO 0439N13504E TO 0350N13349E TO 0406N13333E TO POINT OF
ORIGIN SFC-UNL 1503230903-1503231643

[日本航行警報]
北太平洋、危険な作業(ロケット)
番号:15-0732   発表日時:2015年03月17日 20時
北太平洋、
危険な作業(ロケット)、
3月22日1021Z?1724Z、23日、24日毎日0848Z?1616Z、
(1)34?57N 124?53W 35?29N 124?49W
   35?16N 121?52W 34?44N 121?56W、
(2)35?21N 137?38W 35?50N 137?39W
   35?52N 136?36W 35?23N 136?35W、
   で囲まれる各海面、
3月22日1021Z?1830Z、23日、24日毎日0848Z?1722Z、
(3)12?28N 145?46E 13?25N 146?51E
   13?52N 149?10E 11?49N 149?34E
   11?10N 146?16Eで囲まれる海面、
3月22日1021Z?1751Z、23日、24日毎日0848Z?1643Z、
(4)10?58N 141?37E 11?37N 142?52E
   11?16N 143?06E 10?54N 143?06E
   10?57N 143?50E 10?46N 144?06E
   09?20N 144?12E 08?43N 142?59E
   09?33N 141?47E、
(5)04?39N 133?12E 04?56N 133?06E
   05?45N 134?21E 04?39N 135?04E
   03?50N 133?49E 04?06N 133?33E、
   で囲まれる各海面。


[NAVAREA Navigational Warnings]
NORTH PACIFIC
NO.15-0184 Date:2015/03/17 11 UTC
NORTH PACIFIC, MARIANAS AND
WEST CAROLINES.
HAZARDOUS OPERATION, ROCKETS.
A. 221021Z TO 221830Z AND 0848Z TO 1722Z
DAILY 23 AND 24 MAR. AREA BOUNDED BY
12-28N 145-46E 13-25N 146-51E
13-52N 149-10E 11-49N 149-34E
11-10N 146-16E.
221021Z TO 221751Z AND 0848Z TO 1643Z
DAILY 23 AND 24 MAR. AREAS BOUNDED BY
B. 10-58N 141-37E 11-37N 142-52E
11-16N 143-06E 10-54N 143-06E
10-57N 143-50E 10-46N 144-06E
09-20N 144-12E 08-43N 142-59E
09-33N 141-47E.
C. 04-39N 133-12E 04-56N 133-06E
05-45N 134-21E 04-39N 135-04E
03-50N 133-49E 04-06N 133-33E.
CANCEL THIS MSG 241822Z MAR.

===============

Malmstrom tests second Minuteman III missile this week at Vandenberg

Posted 3/27/2015   Updated 3/27/2015

Air Force Global Strike Command Public Affairs

3/27/2015 - VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- A team of Air Force Global Strike Command Airmen launched an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile equipped with a test reentry vehicle today at 3:53 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.

The test reentry vehicle impacted in a pre-established test area in the Pacific Ocean near the island of Guam approximately 40 minutes after launch.

All test launches verify the accuracy and reliability of the ICBM weapon system, providing valuable data to ensure a safe, secure and effective nuclear deterrent. The launch team, under the direction of the 576th Flight Test Squadron, Vandenberg AFB, included Airmen from the 341st Missile Wing at Malmstrom AFB, Montana and was the second test launch of a Minuteman III this week. The 576th Flight Test Squadron and 90th Missile Wing, F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming, completed the first unarmed Minuteman III launch of the week from Vandenberg AFB March 23.

"An operational test launch requires hard work, months of preparation, and outstanding teamwork between personnel on both bases," said Lt. Col. Daniel Hays, the 341st Missile Wing Task Force Commander.  "These launches are a visible reminder to both our adversaries and our allies of the readiness and capability of the Minuteman III weapon system, and without the dedication of the men and women from both the 576th and the 341st, this test could not have happened."

"The two launches from the past week were a full team effort between the 576th, and the 90th and 341st Missile Wings," said Col. Kelvin Townsend, 576th Flight Test Squadron commander. "Launching multiple missiles in close proximity to each other adds an extra amount of realism to the operational test mission we fulfill here. These test launches occur due to the training and strict attention to detail our people have; resulting in a reliable test."

Malmstrom and Warren AFBs are two of three missile bases with crew members standing alert 24-7 year round, overseeing the nation's 450 ICBM alert forces.

The ICBM community, including the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, and U.S. Strategic Command will use the data collected from this mission for continuing force development evaluation.

The ICBM test launch program demonstrates the operational credibility of the Minuteman III and ensures the United States' ability to maintain a strong, credible nuclear deterrent as a key element of U.S. national security and the security of U.S. allies and partners.

美国“民兵III”洲际导弹试射 - kktt - 长缨在手  敢缚苍龙
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile accelerates toward a test range near Guam March 27 after launching from Vandenberg Air Force Base.

美国“民兵III”洲际导弹试射 - kktt - 长缨在手  敢缚苍龙
Members of the 576th Test Squadron oversee the launch of an unarmed Minuteman 3 missile on March 27, 2015, at Vandenberg Air Force Base. (Michael Peterson / USAF photo)

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!CARF 03/139 ZAK AIRSPACE DCC 2 ROPS AIROP DO-1504 STATIONARY
ALTITUDE RESERVATION WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 3455N12504W TO
3527N12502W TO 3516N12200W TO 3444N12203W TO POINT OF ORIGIN AND
WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 3508N13712W TO 3537N13714W TO 3539N13613W
TO 3510N13611W TO POINT OF ORIGIN SFC-UNL 1503271039-1503271727

!CARF 03/141 ZAK AIRSPACE DCC 2 ROPS AIROP DO-1504 STAGE 3 STATIONARY
ALTITUDE RESERVATION WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 1311N14915E TO
1424N15220E TO 1237N15303E TO 1124N15000E TO POINT OF ORIGIN SFC-UNL
1503271039-1503271829

!CARF 03/142 ZAK AIRSPACE DCC 2 ROPS AIROP DO-1504 PORTS AND REENTRY
STATIONARY ALTITUDE RESERVATION WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 1126N14534E
TO 1040N14635E TO 0923N14718E TO 0845N14632E TO 1043N14443E TO POINT
OF ORIGIN AND WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 0441N13606E TO 0453N13618E
TO 0536N13727E TO 0427N13809E TO 0345N13701E TO 0340N13645E TO
0349N13624E TO 0419N13604E TO POINT OF ORIGIN SFC-UNL
1503271039-1503271754

[日本航行警報]
北太平洋、危険な作業(ロケット)
番号:15-0790   発表日時:2015年03月23日 20時
北太平洋、
危険な作業(ロケット)、
3月27日1024Z?1727Z、28日?31日毎日0853Z?1621Z、
(1)34?55N 125?04W 35?27N 125?02W
   35?16N 122?00W 34?44N 122?03W、
(2)35?08N 137?12W 35?37N 137?14W
   35?39N 136?13W 35?10N 136?11W、
   で囲まれる各海面、
3月27日1024Z?1829Z、28日?31日毎日0853Z?1723Z、
(3)13?11N 149?15E 14?24N 152?20E
   12?37N 153?03E 11?24N 150?00E
   で囲まれる海面、
3月27日1024Z?1754Z、28日?31日毎日0853Z?1648Z、
(4)11?26N 145?34E 10?40N 146?35E
   09?23N 147?18E 08?45N 146?32E
   10?43N 144?43E
(5)04?41N 136?06E 04?53N 136?18E
   05?36N 137?27E 04?27N 138?09E
   03?45N 137?01E 03?40N 136?45E
   03?49N 136?24E 04?19N 136?04E
   で囲まれる各海面。


[NAVAREA航行警報]
北太平洋、危険な作業(ロケット)
NO.15-0204    発表日時:2015年03月23日 20時
NORTH PACIFIC, MARIANAS AND
WEST CAROLINES.
HAZARDOUS OPERATION, ROCKETS.
271024Z TO 271829Z AND 0853Z TO 1723Z
DAILY 28 TO 31 MAR. AREA BOUNDED BY
A.13-11N 149-15E 14-24N 152-20E
12-37N 153-03E 11-24N 150-00E.
271024Z TO 271754Z AND 0853Z TO 1648Z
DAILY 28 TO 31 MAR. AREAS BOUNDED BY
B.11-26N 145-34E 10-40N 146-35E
09-23N 147-18E 08-45N 146-32E
10-43N 144-43E.
C.04-41N 136-06E 04-53N 136-18E
05-36N 137-27E 04-27N 138-09E
03-45N 137-01E 03-40N 136-45E
03-49N 136-24E 04-19N 136-04E.
CANCEL THIS MSG 311823Z MAR.

两次试验射程分别为约10000 km(3月23日,绿框)和约9700 km(3月27日,白框)
美国“民兵III”洲际导弹一周两次试射 - kktt - 长缨在手  敢缚苍龙
 
位于关岛靶场的三级助推器、弹头和分导舱落区。
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