North Korea missile practice aiming for South's ports, Pyongyang says - UPI.com
UPI reports: "The three ballistic missiles North Korea fired early Tuesday were
target practice for potential strikes against South Korean ports and
airfields. [...] The missiles were being tested for possible strikes against ports in
the South Korean cities of Pohang, Busan and Gimhae, if preemptive U.S.
military reinforcements were to arrive in those areas. Both the United States and South Korea military have clarified if war
were to break out on the peninsula U.S. reinforcements would arrive
from the U.S. mainland as well as from neighboring Japan."