North Korea Launched Another Ballistic Missile Over Japan
A North Korea agency on September 14 made threats to "sink" the United States and Japan. People in Hokkaido Japan were ducking and covering the next day. The blaring sound of sirens alerted them of an oncoming ballistic missile. The missile was launched by North Korea from Sunan airfield.
The missile flew directly over and past Hokkaido. At it's peak, it achieved an altitude of 480 miles. It flew a distance of 2300 miles. The flight lasted for 19 minutes. This was North Korea's longest ranged missile test so far. The missile appears to be another Hwasong-12.
Last edited by Gemino Smothers at 1:33 PM 9/15/2017