East-Asia-Intel.com: N. Korean air force mounts record number of jet fighter sorties during U.S.-South Korean exercises

March 2013
East-Asia-Intel Reports;3/20/2013, p8
The article focuses on training flights of North Korean air force which increased during a 11-day joint war drill started by South Korea and the U.S. The sorties of North reached 700 per day which is six times more than its regular flights. The South Korea and U.S. drill comprised of F-22 stealth fighter jets along with American and South Korean troops.


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