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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Saturday, May 8, 2021

‘Nuke sniffer’ and other U.S. spy planes monitoring heightened North Korea threat: report | Washington Times

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U.S. Air Force and Special Operations aircraft have been documented as seeing heightened action in the Korean peninsula. Concern over a possible nuclear detonation test or missile test has been on the rise in North Korea following disagreements and threats, such as them promising the U.S. a “Christmas present.” This also comes three weeks after Kim Jong-un stated the country was done with a self-imposed suspension on nuclear and international ballistic missile testing. A North Korean representative to the U.N. stated that they will continue to develop more strategic weapons as long as the U.S. holds a hostile policy toward North Korea.

Source: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/jan/22/nuke-sniffer

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