“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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