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A Self-Defense Force soldier stands guard near a Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missile unit at the Defense Ministry in Tokyo on Sunday. The PAC-3 missiles, currently deployed at six locations in Japan, are to back up the Maritime Self-Defense Force's Aegis guided-missile destroyers, currently on their way to the Sea of Japan and the Pacific Ocean, ahead of North Korea's planned launch of what it says is a satellite between April 4 and 8.

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Guarding Patriot missles, but he's unarmed?

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Maybe he's authorized to use harsh language.

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it is very sad that North Korea lives with in the dark ages. the rest of the world even China is starting to come around. and also he is not unarmed. he has a missle I call that really armed.

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Gotta love the school building in the background.

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He is a man of PAC.

A PAC man, you could say. ;)

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How good to know that the Defense Ministry is safe! I will sleep better now.

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A PAC man, you could say

Har!

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The Patriot Advanced Capability-3 is one of the most poor anti-missile systems exited. I wouldn't count on that to really protect anything... it is mostly for media propaganda to let people feel safer.

anyway all that story about North Korea sounds a little fishy to me...

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there's a pedistrian who isn't behind a barrier in the background on the left. Probably taking a picture

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pedestrian

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tanyurine, ossanAmerica, gogogo and sf2k, your comments are too hilarious.

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i think north korea must surrender because japan is very protect of their nation from everything that will destroy and japan is more strong in technology than other nation i ever know

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