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crabb

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  1. Yep Found this as well An #AusAirForce C-17A taking part in @AirMobilityCmd's first ever #MobilityGuardian, at @JBLM_PAO in Washington. #planespotter #Avgeek I agree
  2. Thanks, Ill keep looking I don't know what it is today it must be me but every thing just seems wrong cant put my finger on it.
  3. Anyone have more info on this? BEEPER 11-16 are all airborne at the moment. 9:16 AM - 2 Aug 2017 https://twitter.com/IntelCrab/status/892779035998257153
  4. The possible launch is believed to have been conducted "before midnight" on July 28 local time, the Japanese authorities told NHK, adding that a warning to ships and other vessels in the area has been issued. The suspected missile could have traveled more than 3,000km (1,864 miles), NHK reported citing a military official. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is convening an emergency meeting. South Korea confirmed that an "unidentified missile" had been fired from the North, the Yonhap news agency reported. According to the South Korean data, what appears to be a ballistic missile was launched late on Friday from the northern Jangang province. It flew for about 45 minutes, Japanese officials say, with their South Korean counterparts adding that the reported weapon landed in the sea off North Korea's east coast. The US also confirmed what it "assesses" to be "a ballistic missile launch" from North Korea, the Pentagon said. Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis said the launch occurred at about 10:45am (local time). https://www.rt.com/news/397858-north-korea-missile-test-japan/
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