Alaska Fort Last Defense Against North Korea Nukes

Located in the wilds of Alaska, Fort Greely guards against a nuclear attack.
0:37 | 04/12/13

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It's an isolated US military base in the wilderness of Alaska but. US. About a 120 miles southeast of Fairbanks is fort Greeley -- that's where most of the military's missile interceptors. Are stored -- -- 26 at all but they've never been tested and the only other West Coast base with a missile defense system. Is in California and that achieved only a 50% success rate in shooting down targets. The Alaskan base about thirty heard miles from Pyongyang North Korea is now being equipped with fourteen more interceptors by the year 2017.

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