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Kim Jong Un Guides Test-fire of New Ground-to-Sea Cruise Rocket

Pyongyang, June 9 (KCNA) — Respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un supervised a test-fire of new-type ground-to-sea cruise rocket developed by the Academy of National Defence Science.

This new-type cruise rocket is a powerful attack means capable of striking any enemy group of battleships attempting at military attack on the DPRK from the ground at will.
The test-fire was aimed to confirm its tactical and engineering data and technical specifications and verify the combat application efficiency of the overall weapon system, including the rocket and caterpillar self-propelled launching pad vehicle.
At the observation post, Kim Jong Un learned about the tactical and engineering data of the rocket and ordered the start of its test-fire.
The launched cruise rockets accurately detected and hit the floating targets on the East Sea of Korea after making circular flights.
The test-fire verified such specifications as separation of rocket from the tube of caterpillar self-propelled launching pad vehicle, start-up of engines and rapid admission into zero-feet flight. And it examined the flying safety under the zero-feet long-distance cruise flight system, mobility in various flying courses, accuracy of target sensing and guidance by the complex guided head, identification ability and sharp transition to attitude at the time of advance into the target.
During the launching preparation process, such specifications were also examined and confirmed as the mobility and entry into combatant position of newly-developed caterpillar self-propelled launching pad vehicle, rapid firing preparation and reliability of operation of the launching and controlling systems.
Kim Jong Un highly appreciated the officials, scientists and technicians of the academy for having successfully developed and test-fired the new-type ground-to-sea cruise rocket to which the Party attaches importance.
Accompanying him were Hwang Pyong So, Ri Pyong Chol, Ri Yong Gil, Kim Jong Sik and Jong Sung Il.

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