Keeping an eye on what North Korea is up to will be ever more important as the hermit state becomes ever more threatening. Evidently not satisfied with an already substantial fleet of signals intelligence (sigint) aircraft, South Korea has begun operating at least one new unit based on a Dassault Falcon 2000 business jet. The aircraft and another due for delivery this year may be the first of a large group of replacements for the existing aircraft, which reportedly number eight and entered ...

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