The Full Nuclear Missile Fortress of North Korea: Hidden Underground, in the Skies, and Beneath the Waters [뉴스라이브]

In a word, I can say that all areas of North Korea are now becoming fortresses capable of launching missiles loaded with nuclear bombs.

In the ground, in the sea, on a train, on a cliff. It means shooting anywhere.

It means that South Korea and the U.S. will prevent nuclear missiles from being intercepted by detecting them in advance and shooting them down when they are fired.

The most representative ones are the mobile launcher TEL and the transporter erector launcher that North Korea has developed for over 20 years.

It’s a vehicle with wheels. They say they have 200 now.

Because they move around, they avoid reconnaissance and surveillance by South Korean and US reconnaissance assets.

On the 8th, the last 8 days ago, it was launched right away when it test-launched ICBMs and intercontinental ballistic missiles that range all over the United States.

The big news last week is silos.

Silos are missile launchers buried underground.

When fired from a silo, the flames come out in two directions like this.

It is difficult to detect because it is buried in the mountains and under the ground.

On the 19th, it was an SRBM, a short-range ballistic missile.

KN-23 capable of carrying nuclear weapons. I shot right here when I was shooting.

Equipment that shoots from trains has also been developed by North Korea.

Hiding in a railway tunnel in the mountains, a train suddenly comes out and shoots at these trains.

It is to catch the ROK-US missile surveillance system, which is mainly on roads, off-guard.

When I shoot the SRBM in January 2022, I fired it here.

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It also shoots in reservoirs.

Originally, the SLBM was a submarine-launched ballistic missile.

It is supposed to be shot at sea, but it was launched at Taecheon Reservoir in September 2022.

I know how to shoot at sea, but when I shoot at a reservoir, I am caught off guard.

There are 1,700 artificial lakes in North Korea, and the possibility of using them is being raised.

When I fired four cruise missiles on the 22nd, two days ago.

At that time, I shot it from a rocky cliff on the coast of Hamheung, North Hamgyong Province.

These cruise missiles are difficult to intercept because they are aimed at precision strikes and fly around rather than trajectory like ballistic missiles do.

However, even the launch is made difficult to detect by using the cliff like this.

Here’s today’s news.

He even claimed to have successfully tested an underwater nuclear weapon.

It is said that an unmanned attack boat will dive 80 to 150 meters under the sea, enter our waters, and then detonate a nuclear bomb underwater.

So, in their own words, they cause a radioactive tsunami to destroy our navy and ports.

From the 21st to the 23rd, North Korea announced that it had been submerged for 59 hours until yesterday and had succeeded in an underwater explosion test in the sea area set to be our port.

North Korea has already completed a test of detonating a nuclear missile at an altitude of 800m, which maximizes human life.

Our military’s North Korean nuclear response system, three-axis system. The kill chain preemptively strikes the origin if there is a sign of provocation.

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And KAMD is to intercept and drop when shot, and Mass Punishment Retaliation is to hit the enemy at the origin when we are attacked after shooting to prevent this from happening again. that there is

It is pointed out that this 3-axis system, especially the 2-axis, should be further strengthened.

YTN Junseok Ho ([email protected])

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