Pentagon says N.K. launches were of ballistic missiles that flew over 300 km
WASHINGTON, The Pentagon said Thursday that North Korea's launches earlier the same day were of ballistic missiles that flew more than 300 kilometers.
"During the early morning hours on 9 May Washington DC local time, early evening hours in Seoul and Tokyo, North Korea flight-tested multiple ballistic missiles from a location in northwestern North Korea," Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Dave Eastburn said in a statement.
"The missiles flew east from the launch area to distances in excess of 300 km before impacting in the ocean."
Source: Yonhap news Agency