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Revealed: Japan's Military Wish List to Wage a War Against North Korea

Kyle Mizokami Security, Asia Thinks missiles, Aegis and much more.  Once Japanese ISR assets detect North Korean mobile launchers in the wild, they will have to be quickly destroyed. The urgency of the antimissile campaign means that North Korean air defenses may not be adequately suppressed, making missions over the country risky. MQ-9 Reaper medium-altitude long-endurance drones could fly such missions instead, taking off from Japan loaded with fuel and munitions and flying long patrols over North Korea.
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