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Top 4 NK Nuke Targets in US Revealed… No. 3 Is Horrifying

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North Korea launched its most capable missile test ever on July 28, where experts revealed that every state in the United States — besides Florida — is now within range of a nuclear missile from dictator Kim Jong Un.

However, North Korea’s less-advanced missiles indicate that it would only be expected to take aim at a few key targets in the U.S. Experts argue that North Korea still needs to improve its missiles engines and guidance system before they will be able to accurately hit any target they aim for.

In 2013, North Korea released a propaganda photo showing Kim holding a large document before a missile launch, which more than likely leaked their planned targets for a nuclear attack against the U.S.

The map from Business Insider indicates that North Korea reportedly designated these four military locations as likely targets.

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  1. Hawaii, one of the closest targets for North Korea, is home to the U.S. military bases Pacific Command, which oversees all U.S. military units in the region.
  2. San Diego serves as PACOM’s home port, where a majority of the U.S. Navy ships would be deployed to respond to an attack from North Korea.
  3.  Washington, D.C. is obviously the home of the commander-in-chief, who must approve of nuclear orders. This target serves as the most important reminder that the North Korean dictator is ultimately aiming to take out the U.S. president as well as our most vital military bases.
  4. Austin, Texas has a number of military bases including Lackland Airforce Base and Joint Base San Antonio.

While North Korea has greatly improved their nuclear missile capabilities, the United States is fortunately well equipped to handle a myriad of threats.

Outside of the U.S. State Department instituting a ban on U.S. citizens traveling to North Korea, a United States-built missile defense system successfully intercepteda missile during a test run last month — which indicates that the U.S. military has a high probability of intercepting a missile in the air prior to it hitting any target in the United States.

Nevertheless, if things continue to progress, it may only be a matter of time before North Korea acquires the technology to actually reach these targeted U.S. cities.

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2 Comments

  1. alfy

    August 3, 2017 at 7:54 pm

    Come on- San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago should be first.

  2. alfy

    August 3, 2017 at 7:56 pm

    Come on N. Korea, First targets should be Los Angeles, San Francisco and then Chicago.

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