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NORAD Chief Raises Alarm: North Korea’s ICBM Stockpile Nearing US Defensive Thresholds



The quantity of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) that North Korea may possess is unknown to the United States with confidence.


Gregory Guillot, the chief of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), expressed concerns that it has crossed the line into American defense capabilities.

“North Korea’s closed society and sophisticated security apparatus… prevent us from confidently assessing the number of ICBMs in their arsenal. I am concerned that Kim Jong Un’s growing stockpile of ICBMs may be approaching our ability to defend North America,” he warned at the hearing. in the Senate.

Guillot claims that newly tested DPRK liquid and solid fuel missiles might be able to deliver a nuclear warhead anywhere in the United States.

The general cautioned that when preparations to convert to ICBM serial manufacturing and outfit them with multiple warheads with individual targeting modules are carried out, the North Korean threat will only grow.

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