Three top U.S. commanders told a Senate hearing March 19 that they can’t be sure whether North Korea plans to launch a communications satellite or test an offensive missile during an announced missile launch next month. But the heads of Pacific Command, Strategic Command (STRATCOM) and Korea-U.S. Combined Forces Command said they believed the U.S. already has the capability to knock out an attacking North Korean missile. “We have a high probability” of intercepting an incoming ...

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