Did North Korea test a fifth missile last week?
North Korea reported that it launched four missiles on March 6, but analysis suggests there may have been a fifth
On March 6th, North Korea conducted a salvo fire test of their Extended Range (ER) Scud missile system into the East Sea. KCNA reported that the test was conducted by the “Hwaseong artillery units of the KPA Strategic Forces tasked to strike the Bases of the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces in Japan in contingency”, while also noting that “four ballistic rockets launched simultaneously”.
However, Navy Captain Jeff Davis was quoted by Reuters saying that “There were four that landed. There may be a higher number of launches that we’re not commenting on. But four landed
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