Intelligence

Over 160 Cases of Aerial Espionage Committed

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

  Pyongyang, October 1 (KCNA) -- More than 160 cases of aerial espionage against the DPRK were committed in September, of which over 110 by the U.S. imperialist aggression forces and more than 50 by the south Korean army, according to a military source.
    On September 27 and 28, a south Korea-based U-2 perpetrated electronic and photographing espionage on the overall area of the DPRK, making flights from east to west in the sky over the areas of Tokjok Islet, Phochon, Rinje and Sokcho. The cases of espionage by this spy plane went beyond 20 in September.
    In the meantime, on September 24, four RC-12s made shuttle flights along the Military Demarcation Line all day long to watch and spy on the area of the DPRK.
    An overseas-based RC-135 went mad in aerial surveillance, photographing and electronic reconnaissance on the overall area of the DPRK on September 5, 7 and 13.
    A Japan-based EP-3 made flights day and night with the sky over the east and west coasts of south Korea as its operational theatre for search and electronic spying on the coastlines and the seabed of the DPRK on September 7, 9 and 24.
    On September 5, an E-3 that flew to the air over south Korea from an overseas base went overheated in commanding flying corps engaged in an aerial war drill and committing aerial espionage against the DPRK.
    The war-thirsty elements of the south Korean army let fly two or three RC-800s and RF-4Cs everyday to spy on the DPRK.



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