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U.S. Military: North Korean Missiles ‘Failed In Flight’, One Blew Up ‘Almost Immediately’

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WEB Notes: These guys are backwards, plain and simple. They have no nuclear missile, they have no delivery system and what they do have blows up far too often. Anyone calling North Korea a threat has a screw loose and is more concerned about globalism than anything else.

The North Korean government fired three short-range ballistic missiles on Friday — each failing before or during flight, according to U.S. Pacific Command (PaCOM).

“The first and third missiles at 11:49 a.m. and 12:19 p.m. [Hawaii time] failed in flight. The second missile launch at 12:07 p.m. appears to have blown up almost immediately,” PaCOM said in a statement on the North Korean missiles.

“The three launches occurred near Kittaeryong, North Korea. We are working with our Interagency partners on a more detailed assessment and we will provide a public update if warranted,” it said.

Source: U.S. Military: North Korean Missiles ‘Failed in Flight’, One Blew Up ‘Almost Immediately’



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