Since we last visited Kim Jong Il’s big dig almost five years ago, North Korea has continued to make progress on its most sinister-looking airfield. According to Global Security, it’s called Kang Da Ri.
The first image is from November 11, 2002. This series of images shows how the project has progressed steadily up through August 9, 2011:
These final images show close-ups of the north tunnel entrance …
… and this bridge, which will allow aircraft to cross over this creek.
There are still construction vehicles visible on the main airfield.
Both it and the secondary underground airfield still appear to be unfinished.