North Korea Claims New Cruise Missile Can Crush US, South Korean Warships

North Korea’s military just completed testing on what it claims is a precision-guided munition (PGM). The PGM designation is generally reserved for warheads guided by a GPS target or lasers.  On June 8, North Korea launched four missiles from Wonsan, a port city on the east coast of the Korean Peninsula, into the Sea of Japan. According to Pyongyang, the launch was a test of this new ship-killing missile. The North said its test was a success. The surface-to-sea munition hit static targets in the ocean after making “circular flights,” KCNA quoted North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as saying……Read More

North Korea fires ‘multiple’ suspected anti-ship missiles

IMG_0423.JPGNorth Korea has launched several unidentified ground-based projectiles, assumed to be surface-to-ship missiles, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff announced. “North Korea fired multiple unidentified projectiles, assumed to be surface-to-ship missiles, this morning from the vicinity of Wonsan, Gangwon Province,” the JCS statement said, according to the Yonhap news agency. South Korea’s military added that the missiles flew about 200 kilometers (124 miles)……Read More

North Korean Satellites ‘in Ideal Position’ for EMP Attack to Take Down Aeroplanes

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THERE are growing concerns among US politicians that the North Koreans have the capability to launch a devastating EMP attack that would wipe out the American financial system and transport network. North Korea has satellites perfectly positioned above the US that could be used to launch an unprecedented attack on the country. Kim Jong-Un’s recent belligerence escalated in the past week after he tested the country’s first solid-fuel missile – which would be launched with little warning. The communist dictatorship also has two satellites positioned in an “ideal altitude” above the US to cause irreparable damage to the country’s financial system…….. Read More

North Korea’s new ballistic missile ready for mass production after successful test – Kim

North Korea’s new intermediate-range ballistic missile was successfully tested on Sunday and should now be “rapidly” mass-produced, Kim Jong-un, the country’s supreme leader has said, according to state media. The latest test confirmed the reliable late-stage guidance of the Pukguksong-2 missile’s warhead and the functioning of its solid-fuel engine, the KCNA state news agency said. Kim Jong-un supervised the launch and expressed “great satisfaction” over its results.“Now that its tactical and technical data met the requirements of the Party, this type of missile should be rapidly mass-produced in a serial way to arm the KPA (Korean People’s Army) Strategic Force,” Kim said, according to KCNA…….Read More

North Korea missile passes re-entry test in breakthrough for nuclear programme

IMG_0336The ballistic missile launched by North Korea on May 14 successfully re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere, according to analysts, a significant breakthrough for Pyongyang’s missile programme. Defence officials in South Korea and the US have confirmed that the launch of the liquid- fuel Hwasong-12 was a success. North Korea claimed that the weapon reached an altitude of 2,111.5 km (1,312 miles) and travelled a distance of 489 miles before breaching Japan’s Air Defence Identification Zone and splashing down in the Sea of Japan……Read More

Donald Trump will have just 10 MINUTES to react if North Korea fires nuclear missile

NORTH-KOREA-MISSILE-TRUMP-805913Nikki Haley says US will ‘continue to tighten the screws’…Scientists insist is not yet fully capable of launching a missile that could successfully travel the 5,500 mile distance, but the hermit kingdom’s nuclear development programme is coming along much faster than was previously anticipated. But if North Korea continues to develop its nuclear missile technology US President could be given just 10 minutes to decide whether he should launch a retaliatory strike, according to experts.  North Korea has made no secret of its work to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the US and has ignored calls to halt its nuclear and missile programmes in defiance of UN sanctions…….Read More

How long before Kim can nuke America? Experts warn, with North Korea’s missile program advancing faster than expected

North Korea’s latest missile test marks a significant step forward towards Kim Jong-un‘s regime producing an ICBM capable of hitting the US mainland, experts have warned.  The dictator’s defence ministry fired a missile named Hwasong-12 on Sunday night which soared 489 miles (787 km) reaching a height of 1,312 miles (2,111 km). The test ‘represents a level of performance never before seen from a North Korean missile’, John Schilling, an aerospace expert, said in an analysis on the US-based 38 North website. “It appears to have not only demonstrated an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) that might enable them to reliably strike the US base at Guam, but more importantly, may represent a substantial advance to developing an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).’ Sunday’s missile was deliberately fired at the highest angle to avoid affecting neighbouring countries’ security, but had it been launched at a standard trajectory, it would have reached at least 2,500 miles (4,000km) – almost half the 5,500 miles (8,851 km) required to reach the US mainland……..Read more: