Given North Korea’s interest in developing missile capability, regional missile defense is a critical component of the U.S. alliance with the Republic of Korea, Deputy Defense Secretary, Robert Work, says. "North Korea’s always had an awful lot of artillery," Work noted Aug. 21 during a press briefing at Osan Air Force Base in the Republic of Korea. "And this artillery ranges Seoul, which is one of the greatest cities in the world." But now, Work says, ...
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