UNBELIEVABLE! Video of US Missile Defense System in Action Against Missile Attack in Iraq – We're in Good Hands (MUST WATCH)

As it's well known now, our U.S. military bases in Iraq were attacked after the Iranian Regime launched missiles at our bases as a response to the death of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani.

But our military is so advanced that we were more than prepared for the attack. We knew it was coming and we handled it well.

According to Trump, this had nothing to do with luck or bad aim. Instead, he attributed it to “an early warning system that worked very well.” The US has a vast network of radars and satellites dedicated to tracking missile launches around the globe, which allowed troops stationed at the Iraqi bases to take cover before the missiles struck their targets. The system worked as intended, but as the missile technology of America’s adversaries continues to improve, some experts wonder if the country’s first line of defense will be able to keep up.

America’s missile warning system harkens back to the early days of the Cold War, when the threat of a Soviet nuclear attack kept the world on edge. By the early 1960s, the US had a network of a dozen ground-based radars concentrated around the Arctic and several infrared satellites capable of detecting the launches of Russian intercontinental ballistic missiles that could deliver a nuclear warhead to the US mainland. The ground-based radars would constantly send pulses of high-frequency radio waves toward the horizon; if a missile was launched, the radio waves would be reflected off the missile back to the radar antenna, while the satellites would search for heat signatures from the missiles.

Many have been worried about what would happen if Iran did launch an attack on the Continental U.S. on a massive scale with missiles.

Well, there's no need to worry because our defense system has had a great makeover under the Trump administration because President Trump understands how important it is to be able to defend ourselves from our enemies.

Take a look at the video of our defense below: