Sunday, February 26, 2017


This is coolbert:

Regarding that missile firing of an apparent North Korean cold-launch intermediate-range ballistic missile even the Israeli have sat up and taken notice.

From that latest edition of the DEBKAfile newsletter:

"US twin sea buildup against China, NKorea, Iran"

19 February.

"A week ago, on Feb. 12, North Korea launched a missile, using new 'cold eject' technology which makes it possible to fire a missile from a submarine. Military experts in Washington and Jerusalem estimate that once Pyongyang has perfected the system, it will be passed to Tehran, an eventuality covered in Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's White House talks with President Trump last week, our sources reveal."

The Iranian currently has Kilo class attack submarines but nothing that will allow for a cold launch of the North Korean Polaris-2 IRBM? The threat on paper is much over-blown?


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