An unarmed Minuteman III missile was launched Wednesday from California to a target in the Pacific Ocean.
The missile blasted off at 12:21 a.m. from Vandenberg Air Force Base.
It will now live long and prosper as Space Operations Command, or SPOC, according to a recent service announcement.
The Pentagon flight-tested a missile that had been banned under a treaty that the U.S. and Russia abandoned last summer.
Some of the bases on the list are already experiencing water shortages.
The missile lifted off at 1:13 a.m. Wednesday and sent a test reentry vehicle on a 4,200-mile flight over the Pacific Ocean.
A Minutemen 3 missile roared out of a silo at Vandenberg Air Force Base Thursday, carrying a test reentry vehicle.
Did you miss your chance to watch the test missile launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base last week?
The ICBM's re-entry vehicle traveled approximately 4,200 miles over the Pacific to a target in the Kwajalein Atoll.
The test was meant to practice how the U.S. military could respond in the event of a missile being shot from another country.
Maj. Gen. John Richardson IV has launched a yearlong effort to heal the base's deeply scarred image.
The Marine Corps is considering a plan in which it could funnel all recruits to a new base.
Congressman Dan Crenshaw is a former Navy SEAL and the headliner in one of the most hyped-up joint campaign ads ever.
The mere possibility of the Marine Corps shaking up where it trains new recruits has drawn swift backlash.
The Army began creating this new approach to the beginning of BCT during the spring.