US Hellfire missile mistakenly shipped to Cuba
Dummy missile used for Nato training in Spain in 2014 accidentally sent to Havana, which has not returned the device, Wall Street Journal reports
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The inert missile did not contain any explosives, the Journal reported, but there are concerns that Cuba could share the technology with potential US adversaries such as North Korea or Russia.
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According to the defense department, the Hellfire is a laser-guided, air-to-surface missile that weighs about 45kg (100lb). It can be deployed from an attack helicopter such as the Apache or an unmanned drone such as the Predator. It is manufactured by Lockheed Martin.
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According to the Journal report, the missile was properly shipped to Spain, where it was used in the training exercise. It was then taken on a somewhat roundabout journey through Spain, Germany and France before winding up at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.

From there, it was supposed to have been shipped back to Florida; instead, it was loaded onto an Air France flight to Havana.

US officials have been urging the Cuban government to return the missile, the Journal’s sources said. The US and Cuba restored diplomatic relations in July 2015 after more than 50 years of hostility.
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US Hellfire missile mistakenly shipped to Cuba | US news | The Guardian
Lo que dice es que un Hellfire de prueba, por error de transporte terminó en Cuba en vez de Miami. La fuente, dicen, es "oficial de alto rango que pide anonimato", o sea, que se filtró a propósito.

Dice que fue en el 2014 y hasta ahora no lo han devuelto los cubanos. Y temen que pueda pasar o mostrar la tecnología a terceros países.

Personalmente, creo que tampoco es que sea la tecnología del otro mundo que envidian todos, pero supongo que echarle una ojeada no estaría mal tampoco. Seguro que los cubanos, y por lo tanto los rusos, ya se la han echado de sobra.

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