The US intercontinental missile exploded in situ, and hundreds of people were buried in the sea of fire because a wrench fell
The United States once boasted that only Soviet missiles would explode on its own soil. However, it is unexpected that similar safety accidents have also been staged in the United States. At noon on September 18, 1980, at a missile launch base in Arkansas, the US military was organizing staff to conduct a missile launch exercise. Under normal circumstances, the missile exercise only needs to wait for the launch order of the superior, send the missile out of the atmosphere, and detonate in the designated area 20 minutes later. However, this day is doomed to be unusual.