May 20, 2024

US-ROK space forces hold first drills against North Korean GPS jamming attacks

Air force training to detect and strike source of attacks comes as South Korea launches new ‘BTS’ satellite

U.S. and South Korean forces are holding joint space operations drills for the first time this month, training to conduct strikes in response to North Korean GPS jamming attacks and other threats.

The two-week drills kicked off on April 12 and will conclude this Friday, the South Korean air force announced on Wednesday.

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