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Pictured: US Navy ships and planes off GUam Indeed, the American military has a huge presence in the area – with an estimated 40,000 personnel in Japan and 35,000 in South Korea, while using the island of Guam as a ‘permanent aircraft carrier’.
Reports suggest there are more US military personnel in Japan than in any other country.
Such operations are undoubtedly being masterminded by America’s clandestine Office of Tailored Access Operations – or TAO – which is part of the National Security Agency (NSA).
Much of what is known about it comes from the documents stolen by renegade former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, and disgracefully made public – putting at risk the undercover work of spies.
Is the Government really capable of mounting sophisticated electronic attacks that could cripple Kim’s nuclear missile programme? But it is possible to make some educated suppositions about what we and the Americans are capable of, and to make a reasonable assessment about whether we could use cyber-warfare against Kim.
As we grow and evolve, we encourage you to explore Goodreads Groups for book discussions and Spark for other interests.These may involve nearby ships from the US Navy or Royal Navy.The American military has a huge presence in the area – with an estimated 40,000 personnel in Japan and 35,000 in South Korea, while using the island of Guam as a ‘permanent aircraft carrier’.The USS Ronald Reagan, a nuclear-powered aircraft supercarrier, is permanently deployed in Japan, as the fleet’s flagship carrier.Dr Futter concedes that this infrastructure could be being used for cyber-warfare.‘After all,’ he says, ‘it has long been suspected that the Israelis managed to cripple the Syrians’ air defence radar with some sort of drone, so it’s not implausible a ship could be used.’Some have speculated that the relatively high failure rate of North Korea’s missiles means the Americans or the British have hacked into their systems and sabotaged their efforts. Not only is it a potent weapon, but its very existence gives the enemy a crisis of confidence.‘You need to think of it as psychological warfare,’ says Dr Futter.
For a start, as the most secretive and isolated state in the world, North Korea is scarcely connected to the internet, which means that few, if any, of its computers and networks are accessible.