North Korea: Missile tests were practice to attack South, US
North Korea's military said Monday its recent barrage of missile tests were practices to attack its rivals' air bases and warplanes and paralyse their operation command systems, showing Pyongyang's resolve to counter provocative US-South Korean military drills “more thoroughly and mercilessly.”
North Korea Vows "Resolute" Response To US-South Korea Military Drills
North Korea's military said on Monday that recent South Korea-US military exercises were an "open provocation and dangerous war drill," and it had responded with measures simulating striking their air bases and warplanes, state media KCNA said.
North Korea says missile tests were practice for attacks on South Korea and US
The regime said tests were in protest at massive US-South Korean air force drills that the North views as an invasion rehearsal, calling them an “open provocation and dangerous war drill”
North Korea: Missile tests were practice to attack South Korea, US
North Korea fired dozens of missiles and flew warplanes toward the sea last week in protest of massive U.S.-South Korean air force drills that the North views as an invasion rehearsal.