N. Korea plans extended SLBM range, large subs for nuclear attacks

“North Korea is believed to have made efforts to extend the range of its SLMBs to hit U.S. bases on Guam.”

Moon Keun-Shik, a weapons expert at the Korea Defense and Security Forum, describes sea-borne ballistic missiles as “the most powerful and clandestine weapons tests ever.”

SLBMs are difficult to counter because of their mobility and the underwater stealth factor.

Full article: N. Korea plans extended SLBM range, large subs for nuclear attacks (World Tribune)

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