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Both of these radars provide threat detection capability against highly maneuverable low-signature threats, including short- and medium-range ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and other air-breathing threats.
The view has been growing among intelligence officials in recent years that North Korea either has or can manufacture nuclear warheads that can be delivered by its Nodong medium-range ballistic missiles, whose range covers almost all of Japan.
Most observers say North Korea is still years away from having the technology to deliver a nuclear warhead on a missile, but it does have plenty of conventional military firepower, including medium-range ballistic missiles that can carry high explosives for hundreds of miles.
Islamabad, April 25 (BNA) - Pakistan on Wednesday successfully test-fired a medium-range ballistic missile Hatf-4 Shaheen-1 Alpha, the Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR) said.
The United States would develop an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) of 5,000-nautical-mile (9,300 km) range, while the United Kingdom with United States support would develop a medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM) of 2,000-nautical-mile (3,700 km) range.
September 3, 2011 (WASHINGTON) -- The Sudanese government has been secretly conducting negotiations with North Korea for the purchase of medium-range ballistic missiles, short-range missiles, and anti-tank missiles, according to a leaked US diplomatic note.
Enhancements to Pakistans nuclear forces include a new nuclear capable medium-range ballistic missile, the development of two new nuclear-capable short-range ballistic missiles, and the development of two new nuclear-capable cruise missiles," they wrote.
Britain believes Tehran has conducted at least three secret tests of medium-range ballistic missiles since October, amid an apparent escalation of its nuclear program and scrutiny from the International Atomic Energy Agency.