U.S. Department of defense: Iran has released up to 24 missiles at two American facilities in Iraq

Iran has released at two sites in Iraq used by the US military, not 15 ballistic missile as previously thought, but from 20 to 24. These data are reported by broadcaster ABC, citing a source in the Ministry of defense of the United States of America.

This source gave an updated assessment of the Pentagon: all ballistic missiles launched by Iran in the night of Wednesday, January 8, was short range. The launches were made from fixed and mobile units located at various points in the Islamic Republic of Iran. The flight duration of the rockets ranged from 5 to 10 minutes.

Source ABC confirmed that the shelling by Iran of U.S. military facilities four ballistic missiles did not hit the target. Casualties among U.S. troops was avoided thanks to early warning systems, not SAM.

the Situation around Iran escalated after the U.S. attack in the airport of Baghdad on the night of January 3, reminds TASS. The attack killed the commander of the special forces, “al-Quds” Islamic revolutionary guard Corps, Qasem Soleimani. In response, in the night of 8 January, Iran fired missiles at two sites in Iran, used military of the United States, the airport of the city of Erbil and the base ain El-Assad.

January 8 at the White house, U.S. President Donald trump made a televised address to the nation in connection with a missile strike by Tehran. As noted by trump, apparently, Iran went from a state of high alert, and Washington is ready for peace with everyone, those aspiring to it.