Can North Korean missile carry SEVERAL nukes? Analysts spot ominous cone-like tip on new long-range missile that could avoid US interceptor and launch multiple warheads

Sunday, July 9, 2017
By Paul Martin

North Korean long-range ICBM may be capable of carrying multiple warheads
Hwasong-14 ballistic missile was seen with a cone-like ‘shroud’ on its tip
The shroud allows the missile to potentially carry miniaturized warheads
It also allows missile to conceal numerous balloons that act as decoy
On Saturday, two US B-1B bombers conducted live-fire drills in South Korea
Bombers were joined Saturday by US and South Korean fighter jets
Drills meant as a show of force after North Korea’s successful ICBM test-launch

8 July 2017

North Korea may not only be developing missiles that can reach the American mainland, but they also could have the capacity to deliver multiple nuclear bombs while avoiding US defenses, it was reported on Saturday.

Images of the North’s intercontinental Hwasong-14 ballistic missile shows a hollow cone-like ‘shroud’ at the tip, according to Business Insider.

An expert on nuclear-tipped missiles told Business Insider that that the ‘shroud’ seen on the missile is usually indicative of ‘multiple reentry vehicles or added countermeasures.’

That means the missile has multiple, independent nukes for a payload, according to David Schmerler, a research associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.

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