The Pentagon has deployed a high-tech radar to monitor long-range missiles North Korea's actions, according to officials of the defense. This is the first US military response to Pyongyang's aggression.
Radar, sea-based (SB-X) is able to track the launches of long-range and provide critical data. Radar, which is located in the port of Hawaii, is deployed to monitor North Korean missile activity.
Generally, SB-X rotated to the North of the Hawaiian Islands and is located about halfway to Alaska for optimum grip range to monitor potential North Korean missile launch, which headed for Alaska, GUAM or on the West coast of the United States. Additional monitoring tools are currently defined for monitoring the activity on the Korean Peninsula.
Representatives of the Ministry of defence emphasize that if North Korea will launch an Intercontinental ballistic missile, the U.S. missile defense system will not be able to shoot it down. "If it is a security risk, it will be intercepted. If will not threaten, we won't catch her," said the Minister of defense ash Carter to journalists on Tuesday. SB-X radar will enhance the ability of States to collect these missiles.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN recently announced that a test launch of an ICBM is at the final stage. American officials continue to say that they do not believe that the North Koreans mastered the technology required to launch missiles into the atmosphere..
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