posted on Feb, 16 2013 @ 05:35 PM
all in one link from first missile test to last nuke test
1976-1981: Begins development using SCUD-B
the Soviet Union and launch pad from Egypt.
1984: First SCUD-B missile test firing.
1988: Operational deployment of SCUD-B and SCUD-C
1990: First Rod ong missile test firing.
1998: Operational deployment of Rod ong missiles,
which have a range of 1,300 kilometers.
Firing of Taepod ong-1 missile, which North
Korea says was a satellite launch.
2005: North Korea announces possession of nuclear
weapons and its withdrawal from six-party talks aimed at
ending its atomic program.
July 2006: Taepod ong-2, Rod ong and SCUD missiles test
Oct. 2006: Korean Central News Agency announces “a
successful nuclear test.”
2007: Operational deployment of Rod ong missiles.
April 2009: Firing of Taepod ong-2 missile, which North
Korea says was a satellite launch. United Nations
strengthens sanctions and North Korea responds by
withdrawing from six-party nuclear disarmament talks.
May 2009: North Korea carries out its second nuclear
July 2009: Test-firing of SCUD and Rod ong missiles.
April 2012: North Korea says Unha-3 rocket launch failed.
Dec. 2012: North Korea launches Unha-3 rocket that puts
its first satellite into space.
Feb. 2013: North Korea conducts its third underground nuclear test.
(Sources: The 2010 Defense White Paper published by South Korea’s Ministry of National Defense, North Korea’s state-run Korean Central News
and still no nuke power plant , wounder why?? any clues as to what all the enriching is all the talk is for, not for power plant but
for one thing and one thing only
Nuke war heads
here is riddle, what do you get when you take this and add them together?
u235 + li6= ???
can you say? do you know?
, ill give a hint we are all called ... in USRA, there is an number not 1 nor 2 not even 3, but...
oh ill tell ya
one more link www.nti.org...
edit on 16-2-2013 by bekod because: added link, line edit