Tuesday, 4 October 2016

South Korea plans to buy more Taurus missiles after North Korea's new nuclear test

South Korea plans to buy more Taurus air-to-surface missiles that can strike North Korea's nuclear and missile facilities, military officials said Tuesday. "The military has recently decided to acquire 90 more Taurus missiles to further beef up its anti-nuclear and anti-missile capabilities. The process to purchase the additional missiles is underway," a defense ministry official told Yonhap News Agency. 
A F-15 fighter jet fitted with two Taurus KEPD 350E air-to-surface missiles
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