North Korean Improved ICBM

10,000Km Range Missile Possibly Improved Engine. Night Launch, Not Detected.

July 28-The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) demonstrated a longer range Hwasong-14 ICBM from a previously unknown launch site.

The missile's apogee was nearly 2800Km into space, with a 47 minute time-of-flight. This extrapolates into an approximate 10,000km range, placing most of Western North America within striking distance. It is unknown if a simulated payload was onboard.

DPRK video indicated to experts that an improved engine, debuted earlier this year, might have powered the rocket. At this point of DPRK missile development, these are no longer tests, but rather, validations or more accurately, drills.

Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) geo-locators have not fixed the exact launch site. This is a troubling development as the DPRK has shown an effective ability to spoof satellites with decoy launch sites complete with groundcrew and vehicles.

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Juansolo
Juansolo

Dude, what's with the grizzly Adams look..... 🤔 Threw me off for a second till you started talking. I miss the dsp on Kfi. Shls is good though. Keep it up.

BruceB
BruceB

An effective EMP high enough to not have ground deaths & destruction would cover a large area, probably bleed over to South Korea, China and other neighbors - Japan, Russia.
Better be ready to field a fleet of MOAB and MOP and take out the missiles and the tunnel bunkers.

Byronski
Byronski

Could the EMP take out the electronics controlling the missiles? How large of a land area would be affected by an EMP burst?

x11Bane
x11Bane

The escalation is unbelievable.

MikeBlazze
MikeBlazze

Interesting stuff. Great show last night btw Mr. Suits.