US Space Force to track North Korean missiles
2 monthes ago - By RT
The newest branch of the US military recently established its first component command in the Indo-Pacific region
The United States Space Force is working to create an early warning system for North Korean missile launches, a top commander said, hoping to step up surveillance following a record number of weapons tests by Pyongyang this year.
Addressing a webinar held by the Washington, DC-based Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies on Tuesday, US Space Command head General James Dickinson outlined the service's plans in the Indo-Pacific, where it set up its first-ever component command...
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