Pentagon: North Korea develops unmanned strike aircraft from stolen U.S. target drone

Raytheon MQM-107 Streaker target drone / Wikimedia Commons

Raytheon MQM-107 Streaker target drone

by Bill Gertz

North Korea has deployed an indigenous unmanned aerial vehicle capable of attacking ground targets based on stolen U.S. target drones, the Pentagon revealed in a report to Congress.

Images of the North Korean drone in flight were shown as part of a March 2013 military drill, the Pentagon report said.

“The drone appeared to be a North Korean copy of a Raytheon MQM-107 Streaker target drone,” the report said. “North Korean press coverage of the event described the UAV as being capable of precision strikes by crashing into the target.”

The report, “Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea,” is required under 2012 legislation and was made public on Wednesday.


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1 Response to Pentagon: North Korea develops unmanned strike aircraft from stolen U.S. target drone

  1. Tim Pope says:

    Actually, they got the schematics directly from the United States. If you haven’t read it yet, get a copy of the book by A. Ralph Epperson entitled ‘The Unseen Hand: An Introduction to the Conspiratorial View of History’ (1985). It explains it all. The United States has been secretly funding and building the Soviet Union via aid & trade since the Russian Revolution. The “space race,” the “Cold War” and the perceived “break-up of the Soviet Union” were all merely window dressing to manipulate the American taxpayer into supporting major tax increases, which were in fact going to fund Russia’s infrastructure, space tech, and military-industrial complex, in order that the U.S. can “make possible a comfortable merger with the Soviet Union.”

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