Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Also Known As: NoDong, Ro-Dong and RoDong
Origin: North Korea
Parent System: NoDong
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1999
Total Production: 50
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Description: No-Dong, also known as Ro-Dong, is a further development of Scud tactical ballistic missile carried out by North Korea. Single stage No Dong features a 1,500 kilometers maximum range enough to strike sites in Japan and Taiwan. It can be launched using either Transporter-Erector-Launcher (TEL) vehicles and underground silos. North Korea has transferred technology and know-how associated with No-Dong program to Pakistan and Iran for their indigenous ballistic missile programs.
No-Dong can be armed with nuclear, chemical or conventional warheads. The US intelligence community has reported that North Korea has deployed a significant number of such missiles. However the status of No-Dong program and missile holdings remain uncertain.
Number of Stages: 1
CEP: 2,000 meter
Max Range: 1,500 kilometer (810 nautical mile)
SetUp Time: 60 minute (3,600 second)
Warhead: 1,000 kilogram (2,205 pound)
Weight: 17,000 kilogram (37,478 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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