North Korea preparing to hold military parade in coming months: imagery
Pyongyang typically uses military parades to show off new nuclear missile developments
North Korea is likely preparing to hold another military parade in the coming months, according to NK Pro analysis of satellite imagery showing troop formations at a parade training complex in Pyongyang.
North Korea has used military parades in the past to boost internal resolve and show off its latest weapon developments to the world, such as its largest nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and new submarine-launched ballistic missiles at the latest events in Oct. 2020 and Jan. 2021.
Planet Labs satellite imagery showed what appeared to be dozens of military trucks and at least 14 groups of
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