Rotary cannons transport spotted in northern DPRK, photos show
Military experts suggest pictures show indigenous 14.5 mm rotary cannon
At least five rotary indigenous 14.5mm rotary cannons and a self-propelled gun were spotted being hauled towards the north of the DPRK by a visiting photographer, among other military hardware, in photos taken earlier this July.
The equipment, visible in photos taken near Chŏngju Station, was being towed by a train alongside possible ammunition supplies and tanks.A self-propelled gun was seen too, which the experts suggested it being Tokchon 152mm, made based on the Soviet D-20 gun. Image: NK Pro
“There were two trains, not far from each other,” said the photographer
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