US Official: N. Korean Missile 'Running and Active'

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The North Korean missile that has South Korea and its allies in the region on high-alert is gassed up and ready to fly, according to a U.S. official.

The new Musudan missile has never been tested but reportedly has a range that could reach U.S. bases in Guam or Okinawa, more than 2,000 miles away.

The United States has deployed a flotilla off the coast, including radar ships capable of early launch detection.
Japan has positioned Patriot missiles around Tokyo and South Korea is at its highest state of alert short of war.

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