(Worthy News) – A North Korean missile test demonstrated a more advanced weapon than a test conducted roughly a week ago, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said.
Tuesday’s missile test, which was launched from the Jangang province, near the border with China, supposedly reached a speed of Mach 10, or 10 times the speed of sound. The weapon flew approximately 700 kilometers before landing in waters off the country’s eastern coast.
North Korea claimed that the missile test last week was hypersonic, though South Korean and U.S. officials were skeptical. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby reiterated to reporters on Monday that U.S. officials “called it a ballistic missile. And we are still assessing the details of it.” [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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