(The Daily Caller) North Korea’s latest missile launches were not tests, they were instead military exercises — preparations for war.
North Korea fired four scud missiles into the Sea of Japan early Monday morning. The missiles, which were fired from a known missile base in the Tongchang-ri region, flew over 600 miles. Three of the ballistic projectiles came within 200 miles of Japan.
Last month, North Korea tested a new type of missile, a solid-fueled, road-mobile, mid-range ballistic missile. Monday’s launches were noticeably different in that the North was not testing new equipment.