North Korea Advancing Missile tests and Submarine activity

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North Korea Advancing Missile tests and Submarine activity!

So what is going on in North Korea? First the dictator Kim Jong Un is hell bent on getting a missile effective enough to reach the major cities in the United States. His recent activities show that since 2016, he has accelerated his timeline to achieve his goal. He has conducted 14 missile tests in 2017 alone! The most recent Ballistic missile test assures that North Korea can reach Denver and Chicago as well as the West Coast. North Korea Advancing Missile tests and has stated that it wants to have the capability to deliver a nuclear warhead to the United States.

Read about it here in the July 28 2017 news article by the BBC  “North Korea conducts new intercontinental missile test”

The second thing that is going on is the launch method of the ballistic missiles. There has been some suspicious activity  by the North Korean Submarines. They have been conducting tests that point to launch of the Missile via water transport. North Korea pushing on with Missile tests

CNN article highlights this in today’s news  Here’s a small excerpt:

‘Washington (CNN)The US military has detected “highly unusual and unprecedented levels” of North Korean submarine activity and evidence of an “ejection test” in the days following Pyongyang’s second intercontinental ballistic missile launch this month, a defense official told CNN on Monday.

An ejection test examines a missile’s “cold-launch system,” which uses high pressure steam to propel a missile out of the launch canister into the air before its engines ignite. That helps prevent flames and heat from the engine from damaging either the submarine, submersible barge or any nearby equipment used to launch the missile.
Carried out on land at Sinpo Naval Shipyard, Sunday’s ejection test is the third time this month — and fourth this year — that North Korea has conducted a trial of the missile component that is critical to developing submarine launch capabilities, according to the US defense official.’
Last summer, North Korea conducted what experts believed was its first successful submarine missile test, firing a missile called the the KN-11 or Pukguksong-1.’
What can we expect to take away from this? Well, we know that president Trump has stated that we will take care of this North Korean threat and you know he’s the type who doesn’t back down. We should batten down the hatches and prepare for what may come in the next few months. we at “Portable Solar” will keep you updated with the news as it may affect the electrical grid and your families.