U.S. and S. Korean Forces Commit Over 200 Cases of Air Espionage in March
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 31 (KCNA) -- The U.S. imperialist aggressor forces and the south Korean forces committed at least 200 cases of aerial espionage against the DPRK in March with strategic and tactical reconnaissance planes of different missions, aggravating the situation of the Korean Peninsula, according to a military source.
More than 110 cases were made by the U.S. imperialist warmongers and 90 odd cases by the south Korean forces.
On March 26 and 27, overseas-based RC-135 flew into south Korea to have aerial photographing and electronic reconnaissance on the DPRK as a whole.
Earlier, an overseas-based U-2, which was deployed in south Korea on March 9, and other high-altitude strategic reconnaissance planes of this type in the U.S. Air Force bases in south Korea had air espionage on major objects in the depth of the DPRK.
From March 17 to 19, an E-3 based in Japan was sent to south Korea to spy on the DPRK while commanding flying corps involved in the combined air war exercises of the U.S. and south Korean air forces while committing reconnaissance about the DPRK side.
The U.S. imperialists let more than three reconnaissance planes such as RC-12 and RC-7B fly in the sky above the forefront area everyday between March 2 and 6 and between March 9 and 15 to commit intensive surveillance and electronic reconnaissance on the DPRK.
In the meantime, two RC-800s of the south Korean forces committed aerial espionage against the DPRK on March 29. The number of cases of espionage by this tactical reconnaissance plane totaled to over 60.
A RF-4C of the south Korean forces was almost every day sent to the sky above the forefront area to have surveillance, photographing and electronic reconnaissance on the DPRK.
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