Confirmed: N. Korea repainted civilian jets for military parade

North Korea repainted civilian airliners with camouflage for military day parade
October 15th, 2013
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Photographs of two Air Koryo cargo planes landing at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport have confirmed that North Korea repainted civilian jets with temporary camouflage coloring for a high-profile “Victory Day” celebration in July.

The pictures, published at RussianPlanes.net, prove that three “military” Ilyushin-76 cargo planes seen flying over Kim Il Sung square this July were

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