S. Korea To Order More Taurus Missiles
BEIJING/SEOUL—South Korea is planning to order more KEPD 350 Taurus standoff missiles to improve its capability to hit hardened targets in North Korea. Deployment of 170 Tauruses from a 2013 order is imminent. The defense ministry will buy another 90 of the weapons, which are made by Saab and the...
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