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World naval developments July 2017
By Norman Friedman*
IN July the North Koreans finally launched their long-expected intercontinental ballistic missile. Instead of setting a normal long-range trajectory, they chose to loft their missiles, so that they fell fairly close to Korea – though probably not within range of recovery. Those watching had to guess how far the missiles could have flown.