North Korea could NUKE HAWAII due to gap in US missile defence system

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea may try to wipe Hawaii off the face of the Earth because of a gap in America’s missile defence system.

Wed, Apr 26, 2017

Kim Jong-un looks intent on conducting a sixth nuclear missile test and, with tensions between the hermit state and Washington at fever pitch, there appears to be every chance he could fire one at his sworn enemy’s territory.

Only Hawaii and Los Angeles appear to be in immediate range, but America’s missile defence system on the Pacific island is in need of improvement, according to US Admiral Harry Harris.

He said the defences, while potentially serviceable now, could easily be overwhelmed one day – especially if Kim Jong-un continues to expand his arsenal.

New radar systems will have to be implemented in Hawaii, as well as greater missile interceptors, according to the top military man – and the risk of not doing so is grave.

If North Korea fired the nuclear warhead they tested in 2013, which would be less powerful than that currently being tested, and it struck Honolulu, it would kill around 38,120 people, according to a nuclear fallout calculator.

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