A plane flying near a military base in South Korea has a communication equipment called a radio, which could help it track enemy aircraft, according to the country’s defense ministry.
The device is not specifically called a radar, but it can use a radio frequency to communicate with ground units and radar systems, the ministry said on Thursday.
The Air Force has been testing the technology for more than a year, and it has only been deployed to the base in recent years, according the Korea Herald.
The ministry said the device could be used by military units to keep tabs on an area and track enemy activity, or to send messages to other aircraft.
The air force says the device is a “sophisticated communication system” for the “aircraft radar, navigation and targeting” systems.
It was developed for the US military, according a US defense official.
The US has been using radar to track incoming missiles.
The technology was first used by the US to track the movements of a ballistic missile during a test in September.
It is now used by US and South Korean military units for tracking targets, and has been used to track a variety of weapons systems, including cruise missiles and small drones.
The radar has been on the radar of some US military bases, but not at the same level.