Breaking!!! US military activity, connected to North Korea!!!

Breaking!!! US military activity, connected to North Korea!!!

We have been monitoring increased US military activity throughout the day that we believe is connected to #DPRK

#USAF is deploying more B-1 bombers to the Korean Peninsula


Increased activity include multiple intelligence aircraft, including COBRA BALL and RC-135 flights, and other strategic aircraft

Second North Korea nuclear test in a matter of days is imminent. #NorthKorea #NuclearTest #BREAKING #BreakingNews

U.S. to dispatch bomber to South Korea on Tuesday: official

“The United States will conduct a bomber flight over South Korea on Tuesday, an official at U.S. Forces in Korea said, a show of force against North Korea after the reclusive state recently carried out its fifth nuclear test.

The official however declined to name the bomber’s type or the fleet’s size would be.

South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency reported that bad weather had delayed a planned U.S. military B-1B bomber flight to the Korean peninsula that had been scheduled for Monday.

(Reporting by Ju-min Park; Editing by Lincoln Feast)”


The cobra ball and cobra eye were made to track ballistic missles / nuclear missles.

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RC-135X Cobra Eye

The sole RC-135X Cobra Eye was converted during the mid-to-late-1980s from a C-135B Telemetry/Range Instrumented Aircraft, serial number 62-4128, with the mission of tracking ICBM reentry vehicles.[25][26] In 1993, it was converted into an additional RC-135S Cobra Ball.[18][27]

RC-135S Cobra Ball
Two Cobra Ball aircraft on the flightline at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska in 2001.

The RC-135S Cobra Ball is a measurement and signature intelligence MASINT collector equipped with special electro-optical instruments designed to observe ballistic missile flights at long range. The Cobra Ball monitors missile-associated signals and tracks missiles during boost and re-entry phases to provide reconnaissance for treaty verification and theater ballistic missile proliferation. The aircraft are extensively modified C-135Bs.[4] The right wing and engines are traditionally painted black on Cobra Ball aircraft.[21]

There are three aircraft in service and they are part of the 55th Wing, 45th Reconnaissance Squadron based at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. Cobra Ball aircraft were originally assigned to Shemya and used to observe ballistic missile tests on the Kamchatka peninsula in conjunction with Cobra Dane and Cobra Judy. Two aircraft were converted for Cobra Ball in 1969 and following the loss of an aircraft in 1981 another aircraft was converted in 1983. The sole RC-135X was also converted into an RC-135S in 1995 to supplement the other aircraft.
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