North Korea on Tuesday ordered its long-range artillery units to stand at combat ready, prepared to attack sites on mainland America, as well as Hawaii and Guam.
The order comes in response to U.S. bombers flying sorties perceived as threatening to North Korea, Reuters reports.
"From this moment, the Supreme Command of the Korean People's Army will be putting into combat duty posture No. 1 all field artillery units, including long-range artillery units and strategic rocket units, that will target all enemy objects in U.S. invasionary bases on its mainland, Hawaii and Guam," the North's state-run news agency said, as reported by Reuters.
This is just the latest military threat issued by the North's "supreme command," Reuters says. But it's likely just more talk. South Korea reports no signs of actual military action on the part of the North. The South said it will continue to monitor the situation, Reuters said.
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