Friday, August 11, 2017

Revealed: The North Korean plan to “attack” Guam

Will North Korea attack Guam, as promised, or just conduct a high-risk missile test? The regime’s state broadcaster announced earlier today that the Kim regime has finalized plans to simultaneously launch four missiles at the US territory later this month, targeting international waters a few miles off of its coast. The provocative act, however, will not involve either ICBMs or nuclear warheads, and might give the US an opportunity to demonstrate an ability to negate North Korea’s missile technology:
Sometime in mid-August, North Korea says it is planning for the simultaneous launch of four non-nuclear Hwasong-12 rockets that would fly over the islands of Japan and into the ocean, landing just 18 to 25 miles from the U.S. airbase on the island territory of Guam.
North Korean state television said the launch would be sent as a warning to the U.S. — pending approval from Kim Jong Un.
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