The US Department of Defense planned to test two types of missiles, banned by the INF treaty, during the second half of 2019 - the Associated Press and The Washington Post reported with references to their sources in the US Department of Defense. As the Associated Press noted - the tests may begin even before the INF treaty expires in August. According to the sources of the Associated Press - the first project is a low-altitude cruise missile with a range of about a 1000 of km. The other one is a ballistic missile with a range of 3,000 to 4,000 km. During the test, both missiles won't have nuclear warheads.