North Korea Leader Kim Jong-Un Signs Order to Train Sights on American Military Bases in South Korea and the Pacific

by Colonel on March 28, 2013

North Korea’s leader has told rocket units to be on standby for an attack on US bases, according to state media.

The country’s KCNA news agency said Kim Jong-Un had signed off on the order to train sights on American bases in South Korea and the Pacific after a midnight meeting with top generals.

The move was followed by reports of increased activity at North Korea’s mid to long range missile sites, according to South Korea’s Yonhap news agency.

It comes after two American stealth bombers flew over South Korea in a show of force to Pyongyang, following an escalation of rhetoric from the North’s young leader.

The two nuclear-capable B-2 planes flew a 13,000-mile round trip from an air base in Missouri, dropping a dummy bomb on a target range in the South.

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