North Korea has the capability to strike any state in the US according to a leading American commander who heads up a secretive military monitoring center. The man in charge of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) revealed for the first time how officials who work there monitor North Korea missile tests 24/7.
Engineers, photo experts, and intelligence analysts at the Ohio air base pour through satellite information for impending weapon tests – and analyze the results from missile launches. It comes amid escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula, as the US Defence Secretary yesterday admitted the chance of a North Korean nuclear strike was “accelerating”. READ MORE