Japan Takes Precaution on North Korea’s Missile Launch

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Tokyo, Japan – Units of Patriot Advanced Capability-3 or better known as PAC-3, a land-based system of interceptor missiles, are deployed at the Defense Ministry in Tokyo, April 8, 2012, in preparation for a planned North Korean rocket launch. The interceptors would be ready to shoot down any parts of the rocket that veer into Japan’s airspace. North Korea’s “Unha-3″ rocket is expected to fly over western Japan, including part of Okinawa, after it is launched from a pad on North Korea’s west coast between April 12 and 16. (Photo by AFLO)

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Units of Patriot Advanced Capability-3 or better known as PAC-3, a land-based system of interceptor missiles, are deployed at the Defense Ministry in Tokyo. (Photo by AFLO)