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NORTH KOREA HAS FIRED ANOTHER UNIDENTIFIED MISSILE.

MISSILE FLEW ABOUT 500KM - SAYS A SOUTH KOREAN MILITARY STATEMENT

Details: Missile Likely Pukguksong-2 KN-15 MRBM, Launched 0859z, Splashed Outside Japan Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), No Ships/Aircraft Struck, J-Alert Not Activated

 UPDATE 6:06 PM EDT --

 

Japan's J-Alert system failed to detect North Korean missile launch -- NHK

Missile launched from Vicinity of Bukchang Pyeongannam-do, Traveling 500 Kilometers; Likely Splashing in East Sea; #ROK Convenes National Security Council (NSC)

missile reportedly flew 500km with 560km apogee - almost identical to the missile lofted Feb 2017 KN-15 launch from same vicinity

Experts think the launch was to test Bukkuk-2's engine for use in ICBMs; "it wasn't to test Bukuk-2's performance."

 

UPDATE 6:16 PM EDT --

Japan convening emergency Cabinet Meeting.

 

UPDATE 6:44 PM EDT --

From my sources in the Pentagon:

"Already heightened concerns after the weekend from North Korea. Satellite pictures of anti-aircraft/missile weapons being deployed around the country and that any military action is becoming more and more potentially catastrophic by the week. Many new concerns of North Korean Electro-Magnetic Pulse(EMP) threat too. Window of opportunity for a successful limited strike against North Korea is diminishing rapidly."

 

 

 

 


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