Atlanta Braves To Hand Out Tomahawk Cruise M…

ATLANTA, GA — The Atlanta Braves announced this morning the team would be handing out free Tomahawk cruise missiles to its fans in uniform during Military Appreciation Night on Thursday, while playing at home against the Cleveland Indians. The Braves, who will be giving away one free $1.5 million, 3,000-pound Tomahawk Block IV Cruise Missile and accompanying 1,000-pound warhead to the first 18,000 fans who either show up in uniform or produce an active duty military ID, are offering the promotion as a means of “saluting the troops” on the eve of what appears to be inevitable U.S.-led missile strikes against Syria, according to a spokesman from Raytheon Company, which is sponsoring the $27 billion promotion.

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