Tuesday, November 1, 2016

U.S. Navy Deployed The SBX-1 Radar Ship In September To Monitor North Korean Missile Launches

Daily Mail: The golf war: US launches floating 'golf ball' secret weapon off the coast of North Korea which will direct rockets to shoot down Kim Jong-un's nuclear missiles

* Washington sent X-Band radar from Pearl Harbour to North Korea coast
* $900m vessel has similar structure to oil rig but with a huge radar on top
* The station is capable of directing rockets to intercept enemy missiles
* Comes weeks after North Korea celebrated its fifth nuclear missile test

The US has launched a secret weapon shaped like a floating 'golf ball' as part of moves to counter the nuclear threat from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

Washington sent the bizarre-looking X-Band radar (SBX) from Pearl Harbour in Hawaii to an undisclosed location off the coast of the secretive nation.

The 50,000-ton radar system, with a structure similar to an oil rig, is capable of detecting and then directing rockets to intercept missiles.

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More News On The U.S. Navy Deploying The SBX-1 Radar Ship To Monitor North Korean Missile Launches

US reportedly deployed Sea-based X-band Radar off North Korea -- IHS Jane's 360
Report: SBX-1 Radar Operated Near North Korea -- USNI News
Sea-based radar reportedly visited Korea ahead of trilateral drills -- Stars and Stripes
US floating SBX radar spent month spying on N.Korea nukes – reports -- RT
South Korean Media Reports Presence of US Sea-Based Radar System Ahead of Drills -- Sputnik

1 comment:

Dave Goldstein said...

3 years ago I was in Hawaii doing the tourist thing and saw this monster. It's really impressive. I've heard that it doesn't work all that great.