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New North Korean Regime Coming

Intelligence sources say Kim Cho'ng-un the third son of Kim Jong Il has been been picked as his successor. And as a result it's likely that Kim Cho'ng-nam, the eldest son will seek asylum in China. Intelligence sources in South Korea, say North Korea's secret police, took several aides to Kim Cho'ng-nam into custody in Pyongyang in early April and they haven't been seen since.

Tags: technology , pentagon , North Korea , Kim Cho"ng-nam ,

Friday - 06/05/2009, 03:56pm EDT

N. Korea fires artillery at S. Korean island

The neighboring countries have land in dispute along their border. The White House has strongly condemned the attacks

Tags: Federal Drive , North Korea ,

Tuesday - 11/23/2010, 09:40am EST
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N. Korea Ruled Out In 2009 Cyberattacks

U.S. officials have largely ruled out North Korea as the origin of a computer attack last July that took down U.S. and South Korean government websites.

But, authorities aren't much closer than they were a year ago to knowing exactly who did it, or why.

Early analysis of the fast-moving "denial of service" attacks pointed to North Korea since code used included Korean language.

Experts say agencies are better prepared today, but that many government and business sites remain vulnerable to similar attacks.

Tags: technology , Cybersecurity Report , cybersecurity , North Korea , Scott Carr

Friday - 07/09/2010, 10:47am EDT

Castro suggests a nuclear strike

The former leader of Cuba, Fidel Castro says if the U.S launched a nuclear strike against Iran, President Barack Obama would definitely win another term. In an opinion column published by Cuban state media, the reclusive Castro, says North Korea's recent sinking of a South Korean frigate is a good opening for the U.S. to launch an attack against the North Koreans. Castro also suggested that Mr Obama getting bad advice from his advisors.

Tags: Pentagon & Beyond , pentagon , Fidel Castro , Cuba , Barack Obama , North Korea , J.J. Green

Thursday - 06/03/2010, 06:36pm EDT

North to be Blamed for Sunken Vessel

A multi-nation report is expected out this week that will point the finger at N Korea for the sinking of a S Korean warship. 46 sailors were killed on March 26th when a still unexplained explosion in the Yellow Sea split the 1200 ton corvette class ship in half. The Cheonan, which is about the size of a U.S. frigate was about two miles offshore at the time of the sinking. Investigators think the North Korea military launched a torpedo at the vessel.

Tags: Pentagon & Beyond , pentagon , North Korea , J.J. Green

Monday - 05/17/2010, 06:21pm EDT

Unmanned Aerial Technology

The U.S. Military's unmanned aerial technology is becoming the envy of other nations. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has confirmed several allied nations...including Britain, Canada, Spain, Japan and South Korea... have all expressed interest in drone technology. Each branch of the military has different uses for U-A-V's or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. Rear Admiral Terry Kraft says the drones capabilities in persistence and covertness are particularly impressive. And, he says, unmanned Systems will be included in the Navy's 2011 budget and beyond. They're in the process of introducing several new systems now, including the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance Unmanned Aircraft System (or BAMS), the Navy version of the Global Hawk. In 2012, the Navy anticipates a breakthrough development when they land an unmanned tail-less aircraft onboard an aircraft carrier.

Tags: technology , Meeting Mission Goals Through Technology , military , Britain , Canada , Spain , Japan , Terry Kraft , Navy

Monday - 04/19/2010, 11:25am EDT