North Korea test-fires super-large multiple rocket launcher


The Rodong Sinmun newspaper said that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un supervised the test-firing of a “super-large” multiple rocket launcher and expressed great satisfaction with the results. This was the thirteenth time North Korea test-fired missiles this year.


North Korea test fires super large multiple rocket launcher
A state-run media photo released Friday purports to show the firing of a multiple rocket launch system by North Korea on Thursday, Nov. 28, 2019 (Picture source: KCNA)


North Korea has test-fired a super-large multiple rocket launcher, the Rodong Sinmun newspaper reported on Friday, Nov. 29. "Test-firing the multiple rocket launcher confirmed its superiority and reliability," the newspaper said. Multiple rocket launchers were test-fired at a training range of North Korea's Academy of National Defense. Kim Jong-un "was determined to arm the national army as soon as possible to ensure the country's security," the newspaper added.

South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff earlier reported that North Korea test-fired two unidentified missiles toward the Sea of Japan late Thursday. Japan's defense minister said that the two missiles reached the altitude of 100 km and flew for about 380 km.


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