US spy satellites detect N. Korea placing anti-ship cruise missiles on patrol boat


The United States demanded that North Korea stop its missile tests.  But the rogue leader of North Korea isn’t listening to the warnings.

On Monday it was announced that U.S. spy agencies detected the loading of two anti-ship cruise missiles on a patrol boat on North Korea’s east coast over the weekend.

According to US officials, the loading of missiles is a significant move, as it is the first time missiles have been deployed on this type of platform since 2014.


Fox News reported on Monday evening that “North Korea loaded two Stormpetrel anti-ship cruise missiles on a Wonsan guided-missile patrol boat at Toejo Dong on North Korea’s east coast.

The latest moves by Pyongyang point to a likely missile test in the days ahead or it could be a defense measure should the U.S. Navy dispatch more warships to the Korean peninsula, officials said.”   


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