Imagery reveals changes at Wonsan area airfields
Updated satellite imagery reveals further construction, developments at three airfields
Recently updated imagery from Google Earth has revealed further changes made to airfields in the area of Wonsan on North Korea’s east coast.
The imagery, dated November 17 and December 25, shows that further improvements have been made to the small airstrip at Songdowon for use by Kim Jong Un and to Wonsan Air Base, both in Wonsan, Kangwon Province. There have also been changes made at Kangda-ri Airfield, also in the Wonsan area.
The small airstrip at Songdowon, immediately west of Songdowon Railway Station and first discovered in January by Curtis Melvin, is now fully
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