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U.S. Spy Plane Provokes North Korean Wrath, Threats of Catastrophe

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U.S. Air Force Website

North Korea has warned that the U.S. Air Force’s reconnaissance sortie over the Korean Peninsula could lead to “unpredictable disasters.”

The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) stated in a commentary on the 31st, “The U.S. Air Force reconnaissance plane RC-135U took off from Japan on the 29th and once again conducted anti-Republic aerial reconnaissance near our southern border.”

The media also said, “In addition, strategic reconnaissance aircraft U-2S, unmanned reconnaissance aircraft RQ-4B, and others are normalizing surveillance and reconnaissance activities against us almost 24 hours a day.”

They went on to mention the joint U.S.-South Korea military exercise Ulchi-Freedom Guardian (UFG), planned for August, saying, “The war exercises that the U.S. and the South Korean puppets plan and execute in the second half of the year are more extensive, and their nature is extremely provocative and reckless.”

The agency reported, “The UFG exercise includes a nuclear operation exercise that assumes a nuclear attack on our Republic, and Operation Plan 2022, which aims to strike our core facilities and areas preemptively, is being fully reviewed and completed.”

They added, “The reality clearly shows that it is an urgent matter to step up measures to strengthen self-defense forces to target, suppress, and crush the movements of the U.S. and its followers. This is essential to defend the sovereignty and security interests of the country.”

The RC-135U Combat Sent, of which the U.S. Air Force only owns two, uses high-performance advanced sensors installed throughout the aircraft to collect various signal information transmitted from hundreds of miles away on the ground, sea, and air.

Information obtained through the Combat Sent is reported in real-time directly to the U.S. President, Secretary of Defense, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff without passing through intelligence agencies.

This reconnaissance aircraft flew over the capital area and the West Sea on the 29th, amid heightened tensions due to North Korea’s balloon propaganda scattering.

Daniel Kim
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