Hanwha Aerospace UGV to undergo Pentagon testing in U.S.
Hanwha Aerospace will test its multipurpose unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) Arion-SMET at a U.S. Marine Corps training center in O’ahu, Hawaii.
L-SAM and U.S. troops to appear at large-scale military parade on Sept. 26
The military parade, celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Korean military, marks the first such event in a decade. Previously held every five years since 1998, the parade was suspended in 2018 in efforts to improve relations with North Korea.
North practices striking, occupying South in command post exercise
North Korea conducted a command post exercise to rehearse striking and invading South Korean territory, Pyongyang's state media reported Thursday, the same day that Seoul and Washington concluded their 11-day joint exercise.
Gov't moves to stop park for communist Jeong Yul-sung also known as Zheng Lucheng.
Gwangju city government is spending 4.8 billion won in building a park, commemorating the composer. He is celebrated in China and North Korea for composing the anthems for both the Chinese and North Korean militaries.
North confirms it has U.S. soldier, claims he defected due to racism
North Korea said Wednesday that an American soldier crossed into its territory last month because of “inhuman maltreatment and racial discrimination” in the U.S. Army.
BTS's Suga to begin mandatory service
BTS's Suga began his mandatory service enlistment process after canceling his enlistment postponement. His agency Big Hit Music announced on the fan platform Weverse that "Suga has started the process of fulfilling his military service" on Monday...
Hanwha wins Australian infantry vehicle deal
Korean defense company Hanwha Aerospace beat Germany's Rheinmetall to win a multi-billion-dollar contract to build 129 new AS-21 Redback infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) for the Australian Army, Canberra announced Thursday.
Kim Jong-un visits graves of Chinese troops killed in Korean War
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Tuesday paid his respects at cemeteries where Korean and Chinese soldiers are buried to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended hostilities in the 1950-53 Korean War.
UNC confirms talks with North at JSA over G.I. who fled
The United Nations Command is in talks through an official channel with the North Korean military regarding the U.S. Army private who dashed into the North at the Joint Security Area last week, according to the British deputy commander of the force.
U.S. Army report suggests G.I.’s JSA dash was premeditated
North Korea’s military has not responded to the Pentagon’s queries about an American soldier who crossed into the North on Tuesday, but a leaked U.S. military report included details suggesting that he had planned his defection ahead of time.