Guam: North Korea threatens missile strike on U.S. military airbase

Guam: North Korea threatens missile strike on U.S. military airbase
Written by Pallavi Parmar

North Korea on Wednesday implemented a plan to strike U.S military base at Guam Pacific island to create enveloping fire with the launch of its ballistic missile. The Guam is U.S. tiny Pacific island that woke up on Thursday with another pointed threat from Pyongyang who vowed and planned completely to attack waters near the island by mid-August. North Korea threats U.S Pacific island of fire and fury for Donal trump warning as “load of nonsense” and released detailed plan to launch a ballistic missile that aimed at the waters off the coast of the US territory of Guam.

Guam is a tiny Pacific island that is situated in United States Territory in the western Pacific ocean. As per the 2017 records, there are 162, 742 people those resided on Guam. It has a complicated relationship with the U.S. mainland like other U.S territories. However, the threats and concerns that people faces are protected by the military especially in times of tense and geopolitical sparring.

The American military force is based on Guam consists of two bases Andersen Air Force Base in the north and the Naval Base in the south that is home to 7,000 U.S. troops. North Korea is working on a plan to fire four ballistic missiles into the Guam island that will be ready to present to a leader Kim Jong Un by mid-August according to the state media KCNA report. It is clarified the strategic force of KPA is seriously examining the plan for an enveloping strike at Guam through simultaneous fir of four Hwasong 12 intermediate range ballistic missiles.

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Pallavi Parmar

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