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Understanding the Dynamics of Change
Russian Activity in the Arctic, Kotelny Island
Kotelny (Kotel’nyy) Island is located off the northeastern coast of Siberia.
137° 40’ 36” E
75° 48’ 48” N
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The Committee for Human Rights in North Korea, a Washington, D.C.-based non-government organization, and AllSource Analysis, an earth imagery solutions provider, issued a report in December stating the camp not only remains active in winter, with an emphasis on logging, farming and mining, but it has also added housing units, according to defector testimony.
But Joe Bermudez, an expert on North Korea’s military and the chief analytics officer of AllSource Analysis Inc., said the country’s effort to improve its “camouflage, concealment and deception” has been quite elaborate.
Joe Bermudez, chief analytics officer at commercial intelligence firm AllSource Analysis, said open source imagery showed increased activity at the site in northwestern North Korea. “This is the first time leading up to a potential launch that all the concealment shelters are in place,” said Stephen Wood, chief executive officer of AllSource.
One month later photos show “that the stone walls have been literally pulverized,” said imagery analyst Stephen Wood, CEO of Allsource Analysis, who pinpointed the destruction between August and September 2014.
One month later photos show “that the stone walls have been literally pulverized,” said imagery analyst Stephen Wood, chief executive of Allsource Analysis, who pinpointed the destruction between August and September 2014.
The satellite imagery provided by AllSource Analysis, a commercial satellite intelligence firm, confirmed a buildup in Latakia. The images show six main battle tanks, 26 armored personnel carriers, and recently deployed helicopters and artillery battery guns. The equipment apparently arrived between September 4 and 15.