U.S. Space Force Launches Unit In South Korea As Northern Tensions Grow

  • “Just 48 miles north of us exists an existential threat; a threat that we must be prepared to deter, defend against, and – if required – defeat,” McCullion said.
  • The announcement of a stronger U.S. presence in South Korea comes just weeks after the U.S. and South Korea fired several missiles in October following North Korea’s firing of a ballistic missile over Japan.
  • The Japanese government broadcast a warning after the missile launch. The missile eventually flew beyond Japan and landed in the Pacific Ocean.
  • It marked the fifth missile launch in the 10-day period and was the 23rd launch since the start of the year.
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