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NORTH KOREA AIR DEFENCE PROMOTIONAL

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Uploaded on Feb 5, 2009

True story of how North Korea air defence forces shot down an intruding F16 from the SouthChronology of North Korea's missile program
Sources: South Korean defense and foreign ministries
Updated: 07/04/2009
Developments in North Korea's missile program:
— Aug. 31, 1998: North Korea fires suspected missile over Japan and into the Pacific Ocean, calling it a satellite.
— Sept. 13, 1999: North Korea pledges to freeze long-range missile tests.
— March 10, 2003: North Korea fires a land-to-ship missile off east coast into waters between the Korean peninsula and Japan.
— October 2003: North Korea fires two land-to-ship missiles.
— May 2005: North Korea fires a short-range missile into waters between the Korean peninsula and Japan.
— March 8, 2006: North Korea fires two short-range missiles.
— July 5, 2006: North Korea launches seven missiles into waters between the Korean peninsula and Japan, including a long-range Taepodong-2.
— July 15, 2006: U.N. Security Council adopts Resolution 1695 demanding North Korea halt missile program.
— Oct. 9, 2006: North Korea conducts underground nuclear test blast after citing "extreme threat of a nuclear war" from U.S.
— Oct. 15, 2006: U.N. Security Council adopts Resolution 1718 condemning test, imposing sanctions and banning North Korea from activities related to its nuclear weapons program, including "their means of delivery."
— July 14, 2007: North Korea shuts down its main Yongbyon reactor, later starts disabling it.
— Sept. 19, 2008: North Korea says it is restoring a key atomic reactor.
— Oct. 11, 2008: U.S. removes North Korea from a list of states that sponsor terrorism.
— April 5, 2009: North Korea launches long-range rocket.
— April 13: The U.N. Security Council adopts a presidential statement condemning North Korea's rocket launch.
— April 14: North Korea quits six-party nuclear talks and vows to restart its nuclear facilities in protest against the U.N. statement.
— May 25: North Korea conducts its second nuclear test.
— June 12: The U.N. Security Council adopts Resolution 1874 sanctioning North Korea for its nuclear test.

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