Missile falls off Army helicopter,
homes evacuated in Texas
Training warhead missile falls out of Apache helicopter and lands near playing children
By Hannah Rand
Daily Mail Online
The inhabitants of Killeen, Texas, should be relieved that the U.S. army doesn't routinely fly with loaded missiles.
The six-foot-long, 100 pound ammunition accidentally fell out of an Apache AH-64 helicopter that was flying near the town.
The missile landed in the field behind the home of Kenton Davis, a former soldier, whose children were playing outside at the time.
'I think I broke half of it trying to pull it out until I realised what it was when I lifted it up and read the bottom of it,' Mr Davis told MyFoxAustin.
Fortunately, this errant missile had neither a warhead nor a propulsion system and was a training device, a M-36 Captive Flight missile.
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