US Deploying Spy Planes To Eye N Korea Nuke Test

Wochit Headline News - Friday, 21 April 2017
U.S. officials told NBC News, the U.S. continues to take active measures to prepare for the possibility of a nuclear test by North Korea. These include the deployment of a special nuclear "sniffer" aircraft, drones, and U-2 spy planes. The U.S. Air Force's special sniffer plane known as a WC 135 is capable of detecting evidence of a nuclear explosion. In a statement, the Air Force said it "has been deployed on a routine mission to Northeast Asia. These missions are planned well in advance.

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