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North Korea Threatens to Attack

Mike1116 Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 2:53 PM
I doubt that N. Korea can produce an inertial guidance system that could guide a rocket to Hawaii or Guam. But it would be easy for them to use a commercially available GPS system to accomplish the same thing. A basic part of our strategic defense should be to shut off the GPS satellites in that part of the world when it is detected that N. Korea has launched missiles. I don't know if that is the plan or how to reach the right person who would make that decision. Hopefully someone who reads this can make the suggestion.
KPar Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 4:13 PM
Primitive inertial guidance systems date back to the 1940s. We know that the Norks can build (with Chinese help) a nuclear warhead. Who knows what they can do about a guidance system (with or without Chinese help)? They did launch a satellite into orbit.

I doubt if they would rely on our GPS system- seems a little too obvious.
Ryan_M Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 7:04 PM
Well, the NPA can always get a hold of Bernie Schwartz of Loral infamy. I'm sure for enough money he would be happy to put something together for them.

North Korea: The Korean Central News Agency published another report about war preparations. Emphasis added by NightWatch.

"…After receiving a report from Lieutenant General Kim Rak Gyom on the technical conditions of the strategic strike means of the KPA, he (Kim Jung Un) made an important decision."

"He said he has judged the time has come to settle accounts with the U.S. imperialists in view of the prevailing situation."