North Korean State Media Says New “Unmanned Underwater Nuclear Attacking Vessel” Tested Again

North Korean state media outlet KCNA has reported that the country’s new “unmanned underwater nuclear attacking vessel” was tested again sometime between March 25 and 27.

Last Thursday, KCNA announced that the unmanned vessel, named “Haeil,” took part in a simulated nuclear strike, stating that “The mission of the underwater strategic nuclear weapon is to stealthily go into the operational waters and destroy the enemy’s warships and major operational ports by creating superpower radioactive tidal waves with underwater explosion.”

“This unmanned underwater nuclear attacking vessel can be towed in any coast, port or a ship on the water for operation,” the outlet added.