Strengthen U.S. missile threat to North Korea


The United States their missile defense system on the west coast expand with fourteen additional missile interceptors to be better prepared for a missile attack from North Korea. That the U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said Friday.


The current immune system, which is in operation since 2004, consists of thirty missile interceptors in Alaska and California are. The new interceptors would be ready in 2017. North Korea did last month a third nuclear test, which the UN sanctions proclaimed.

Pyongyang last week threatened with a preemptive attack on Washington. Hagel said that North Korea “has made progress” and “a series of irresponsible provocations did.” He also said that the U.S. has a radar tracking station in Japan will set up.

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