Kim Jong Un Guides Multiple-Rocket Launching Drill
Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army (KPA) Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK, guided the multiple-rocket launching drill of women's sub-units under KPA Unit 851.
He received a report about the firing plan and deployment of sub-units.
"As I always emphasize, it is necessary to root out formalism in training and thoroughly do away with a diagrammatic method and stylish practice," he said, calling on the artillery persons, in particular, to make it as a rule to conduct all exercises ranging from mobility to deployment, aiming and firing under the simulated conditions of an actual war to suit their combat duty.
After seeing the sub-units already deployed in the firing range, he gave an order to suddenly move from their positions.
The women soldiers of the sub-units promptly moved the heavy launchers and deployed them in the firing positions designated by the supreme commander by fully displaying the combat capability they have cultivated in their day-to-day training.
When the order was issued, the sub-units started firing in the order and way indicated by him.
Watching the targets enveloped in flames, he said with great satisfaction: "They are good at firing. All the targets have been hit. Artillery women are admirable".
He highly appreciated the successful drill, saying that the artillery women of the unit could hit the targets under such situation as they have undergone intensive training in hearty response to the call of the Party for waging a dynamic movement to become crackshots.
He had a photo taken with them.
He set forth important tasks to be fulfilled to round off the preparations for artillery battles.
Political News Team