North Korea Fires Two Short-Range Ballistic Missiles

North Korea Fires Two Short-Range Ballistic Missiles


North Korea fired 2 short-range ballistic missiles which flew about 350km at an apogee of 90km at Mach 5. The launch occurred in Munchon in Kangwon Province at approximately 1300 EST. The missiles landed in the Sea of Japan and outside of Japan’s EEZ.

The last launch was October 5th in which a single missile was fired.  This is the 22nd launch day of 2022 for a total of 43 projectiles ranging from submarine launch and train-launched ballistic missiles to cruise missiles, to reported hypersonics to ICBMs.


Tessaron United States Naval Academy and American Military University Alumni. Covering flash military, intelligence, and geo-political updates.
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