World War II rockets are decorated! Us engineers rushed to remove it.

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 World War II rockets are decorated! Us engineers rushed to remove it.


According to local news website TCpalm.com, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers noticed the 0.6-meter training rocket during construction in a residential area in Verobich on October 11. They informed the explosives handling group near Patrick air force base. The demolition crew inspected the rocket and said that although it appeared to have failed, it might still contain explosives.

The picture shows a World War II bomb report that the Verobic area was a major military training ground during World War II, and the Air Force believed the rocket was a legacy of that time. Contractors have searched 20,000 acres for buried World War II training ammunition. In 2017, a construction team dug up a large rocket from the ground. The rocket was then towed to sea to detonate. (compile / Cao Weiguo) this article source: Reference News Net editor: Zou yuan _NBJS7274

The picture shows aviation bombs during World War II.

Reported that the Verobic area during World War II was a major military training venue, the Air Force believes that the rocket was left behind. Contractors have searched 20,000 acres for buried World War II training ammunition.

In 2017, a construction team dug up a large rocket from the ground. The rocket was then towed to sea to detonate. (compile / Cao Weiguo)