Guidance to Fighter Pilots’ Takeoff and Landing Drill on Highway-Airfield
Kim Jong Un, First Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea, First Chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army, guided the takeoff and landing drill on a highway-airfield conducted by fighter pilots of KPA Air and Anti-Aircraft Force Units 1017 and 458 honoured with the title of O Jung Hup-led 7th Regiment.
After learning on the spot about the weather condition and the condition of the highway-airfield, he personally defined a flight duty and issued a sudden order to various types of pursuit fighters to fly from the relevant operational airfields.
Watching the brave fighter pilots skillfully apply the combat flight method in the sky above the strange highway-airfield and admirably conduct landing with their independent judgment and decision, he praised them for their excellent piloting and displaying a high level of the art of aviation as intended by him.
KCNA Commentary Denounces US Nuclear Threat against DPRK
It was recently disclosed that the US agreed with the south Korean authorities to use nuclear weapons in case of "contingency" on the Korean peninsula.
According to the memoir published by former US Secretary of Defense Panetta on October 7, he informed the south Korean puppet forces of the US stand to use nukes in case of "contingency" on the Korean peninsula in 2011. He opened to the public that in 2010 when he was holding the post of director of the CIA, he received a report from the then commander of the US forces in south Korea that a war scenario against the DPRK "included the program for using nukes."
This is another evidence of the US grave nuclear threat to the DPRK.
Unjong Tea that has been enjoyed by the people for its fragrant aroma and sweet flavour!
The tea is a pollution-free, green beverage which is cultivated in Kangryong County, South Hwanghae Province and Kosong County, Kangwon Province endowed with fresh air, crystal-clear water and mild climate.
Nowadays, Unjong Tea (Kangryong and Kosong green teas and black teas) is getting popular among the people.
“I was an officer of the Korean People’s Army 15 years ago. In my childhood I was eager to be a soldier. But I never imagined I would become general manager. But I have no regret. This is a small factory, but it is enough for me to do my best for my socialist country.” These were the first words that Doctor Kang Nam Ik in his mid-50s, general manager of the Rangnang Disabled Ex-soldiers’ Plastic Goods Factory, said when I met him recently. My first impression from his unyielding character crowned with a doctorate beefed up my curiosity about him.
He told me a story:
When he started to work in charge of the factory, he decided to give a complete facelift to the factory that was housed in shabby one-story buildings. The first day he was appointed general manager, he went around the factory and completed a picture of his future factory in the evening. The next day he brought it to an officer of the superior organ who said, “At last the factory has got its true master, I think. The disabled ex-soldiers’ working conditions should be the first consideration. Let’s join hands to spruce up your factory.” That was how a modern production building went up as required by the developing age.