North Korea appears to start major training for next military parade: Imagery
Hundreds of likely army trucks spotted at parade training grounds ahead of Korean War anniversary in July
North Korean soldiers appear to be gathering at a key base in Pyongyang to begin large-scale training for an upcoming military parade, according to NK Pro analysis of satellite imagery.
The apparent preparations come as leader Kim Jong Un earlier called for holding major celebrations around the 70th anniversary of the end of the Korean War on July 27. Pyongyang previously held military parades on the 60th war anniversary in 2013 and the 40th in 1993.
If slated for July, the event will be North Korea’s seventh military parade in under five years. Pyongyang typically shows off
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