North Korean military displays long-range anti-tank missile carrier
- September 9, 2018
North Korea displayed a new long-range anti-tank missile provider at an army parade to mark its 70th anniversary, on September 9.
The officers have now not launched additional main points; alternatively, photos made all over the parade presentations that the self-contained missile launcher gadget is the same in look to the Israel-made Spike non-line-of-sight (NLOS) multi-purpose tactical missile gadget.
The Spike NLOS missiles have been purchased from Israel after the North shelled Yeonpyeong Island in November 2010 and are supposedly in a position to destroying North Korean artillery stored in underground bunkers. They have been deployed warfare-ready at the 5 north-westernmost islands in would possibly.