Military

Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un Guides Joint Strike Drill of KPA Units

Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea, chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and supreme commander of the armed forces of the DPRK, guided the joint strike drill of units of the Korean People’s Army (KPA) on Friday.

The purpose of the drill was to judge the mobility and the fire power strike ability of the defence units on the front and in the eastern area and offer them an occasion to get proficiency in the command of the combined strike by the services of the KPA.

At the observation post Kim Jong Un guided the drill.

Soldiers of the KPA, who have firmly armed themselves with a-match-for-a-hundred idea of the Party and trained under the simulated conditions of actual battles, reduced a target islet to a sea of flames.

The drill ended to a great satisfaction of the Supreme Leader.

He sent a militant greeting and special thanks of the Supreme Commander to all the soldiers of the KPA who took part in the drill, expressing his admiration for the combat capability of the units of the services of the KPA and defence units on the front and in the eastern area keeping themselves fully ready to go into action on a moment’s notice.

He expressed his firm conviction that the KPA which is boundlessly loyal to the Party’s call would steadily develop its combat capability so as to definitely guarantee the victorious advance of the revolutionary cause of Juche and socialism with invincible military force.

Watching the drill were senior officials of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea.

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