I agree that this was mainly an opportunity to test the SM-3. We keep hearing about how we've had an anti-satellite (ASAT) capability since 1975 and that the SM-3 is an anti-ballistic missile (ABM) device rather than ASAT. So, why didn't we use our ASAT capability? You would think that if we wanted to take out a satellite, we would have used our anti-satellite technology. The fact that we didn't is proof of your argument.