More Than 160 Cases of U.S. Aerial Espionage Committed against DPRK

Pyongyang, August 1 (KCNA) — The U.S. imperialists committed at least 160 cases of aerial espionage against the DPRK in July, according to a military source.

Involved in them were strategic and tactical reconnaissance planes with various missions that took off U.S. air force bases in south Korea and overseas.
U-2s flew in the air above the areas 120 km west of Tokjok Islet and 40 km east of Phochon and Sokcho almost every day to spy on the depth of the DPRK and its strategic targets.

On July 3, 6 and 27 RC-135 made shuttle flights in the air above the areas 20 km east of Taebu Islet, Yangphyong and Yangyang to spy on military strongholds of the DPRK. On July 7 an EP-3 flew in the sky above the East and West seas of the north to spy on its coastal areas and seabed.

An E-3 commanding plane committed aerial espionage against military targets on the forefront, while commanding and controlling fighters engaged in various war drills including a drill for striking ground targets and a drill for close air support in the air above Kumsan, Koesan, Ansong and Ronsan for several days.

Meanwhile, RC-7B, RC-12 and other tactical reconnaissance planes committed aerial espionage against the front and coastal areas of the north day and night. The planes involved numbered 7 on July 6 and 6 on July 12, 19, 22 and 27 each.

This goes to clearly prove that though the U.S. imperialists talk they have no intention to invade the DPRK whenever an opportunity presents itself, they, in actuality, are watching for a chance to mount a military attack on the latter.

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