Friday, April 28, 2017

North Korea's Missile Test Fails Minutes After Launch



CNN: North Korea's missile test fails, US military says

(CNN)North Korea on Saturday launched a ballistic missile that blew up over land, a spokesman for the US Pacific Command said.

The missile didn't leave North Korean territory, US Navy Cmdr. Dave Benham said.

A US military assessment found the main part of the missile landed approximately 35 kilometers (22 miles) from Pukchang airfield, a US official told CNN.

South Korean officials said the test likely was a failure.

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More News On North Korea's Missile Test Failing Minutes After Launch

North Korea test-fires ballistic missile in defiance of world pressure -- Reuters
Seoul: N. Korea fails in missile test-fire near its capital -- ABC News/AP
North Korea carries out a non-nuclear missile test says Pentagon - but it fails AGAIN -- Daily Mail
North Korea crisis: North test-fires ballistic missile -- BBC
North Korean missile broke up shortly after launch, US official says -- ABC News
North Korea Test Fire of Ballistic Missile Fails, U.S. Officials Say -- NBC
North Korea test-fires a ballistic missile that breaks up in flight, US officials say -- FOX News
Second straight North Korea ballistic missile test fails -- USA Today
North Korea launches 'failed missile test' -- Al Jazeera
N. Korean ballistic missile fails minutes after launch – S. Korean & US militaries -- RT

6 comments:

RussInSoCal said...

Funny how this keeps happening.

And so shortly after successfully executing the four-missile simultaneous launch just a month and a half ago. March 7.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-northkorea-missiles-idUSKBN16C0YU

Anonymous said...

It's still normal. Also. ..the engineers musst be having sweaty hands :) could be a laser though, electronic jammer, hacked, inside job, on purpose etc we won't know for decades

fazman said...

Seriously he must be running out of scientists with all these positions vacant.

Anonymous said...

Well...either hard labour camp (=slow, gruesome death), or get paid, get chicks and work in the lab (=eventually sudden surprise death)...hmmmm so many choices. ..

James said...

What is not being addressed and should be is that if this was a successful sabotage; what does it say about the ICBM arsenals of the world? Are they reliable? How would you know if yours is reliable? If they are vulnerable to in flight destruction by sabotage, then why isn't the ultimate destination target also not vulnerable to change? Is the sabotage in house or at a distance? Certain answers to any of these questions could mean that at a stroke the world's entire set of nukes are useless or worse.
You know that in N Korea they are probably counting the screws (with very sweaty hands) in their nuke box to see what happened.
Since the "Dark Ages", we have seen in the military (and society as a whole) evolve a more centralized C and C. This has been greatly aided by electronics and data management. Now we may have reached that point where maybe we must go the other direction (decentralization) for the very same reasons.

Aizino Smith said...

NAZI V-2 crashed and crash and crashed and went one to kill many Brits.

Fat boy's missiles crash and crash and crash and ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuCRVx9CYRw