U.S. deployed E-8C surveillance aircraft over Korean peninsula Tuesday

the US again flew a surveillance
aircraft or the Korean Peninsula on Tuesday in an apparent mission to
monitor North Korea privately-run military aviation tracker aircraft spots
tweeted early Tuesday morning that a u.s. e8c airborne early early warning
and control aircraft dubbed the joint stars was spotted without specifying the
exact time of the operation the joint stars as the ability to detect track and
handoff targeting information at enemy forces moving on ground which is
considered one of the u.s. military’s most important technological
capabilities now it’s the same type of the jet that the u.s. deployed over the
peninsula when North Korea launched two projectiles from a super-large multiple
rocket launcher on November 28th the 13th round a major weapons tests the
regime has conducted so far this year

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