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Thursday, February 12, 2015

North Korea Unveils New Stealth Ship-Destroyer

New North Korean Stealth Ship-DestroyerNorth Korea has revealed an official photograph of its new stealth ship-destroyer, a cross between a hovercraft and a catamaran, in a clear warning to its neighbors and the United States that the reclusive nation has the power to launch first strike attacks on other vessels without warning.

The air-cushioned ships possess a faceted hull, which makes them difficult to detect on radar, while allowing the ship-destroyer to glide efficiently across the waves.

Though details of the craft’s construction are scarce, the stealth vessel is 131-feet-long, and is thought to be able to achieve speeds of up to 100 mph using a series of propeller fans.

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