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North Korea And The Possibility Of War

by Daniel Russ on January 29, 2011

                          I saw an interesting documentary on life inside of North Korea. I watched it on Netflix, which rocks by the way. I have been thinking about what might happen if the north and the south were to come to arms again against […]

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John Glenn quit school during Pearl Harbor and joined the United States Army Air Corps. The Army didn’t bite, and he applied then to the Navy as an aviation cadet. He became a pilot and was transferred to the United States Marine Corps where we flew F4U Corsairs in 59 missions, including strikes against anti […]

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North Korea Threatens South With ‘Merciless War’

June 12, 2010

 North Korea isn’t one for mincing words. After South Korea set up 11 loudspeakers at the border to blare in anti-communist propaganda, Pyongyang threatened to destroy them and then turn Seoul “into a sea of flame.” “The revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK will launch an all-out military strike to blow up the group’s […]

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Not Good

May 25, 2010

“South Korean government officials working at a joint industrial park in the northern border town of Kaesong, the official Korean Central News Agency said in a dispatch monitored in Seoul late Tuesday. Tensions were rising on the divided Korean peninsula in the wake of an investigation report blaming North Korea for a torpedo attack that […]

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General Discussions About Military And Policy Topics.

March 27, 2010

Kim Jong Un, Kim Jong Ils Son. In my opinion, this guy will never be the new leader. It is a fight between those seeing the benefits of more capitalism and those who want absolute cult like authority like his father. My guess also is that the ratcheting up of aggressive activity over the western […]

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Mysterious Blast Sinks South Korean Warship In North Korean Disputed Waters

March 26, 2010

“SEOUL, South Korea — Word that a South Korean naval ship sank in the tense waters around the disputed maritime border with communist North Korea set off panic: The president convened an emergency meeting and the military dispatched a fleet of ships. Five hours later, 58 sailors had been pulled to safety but some 40 […]

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News You Haven’t Heard. North And South Korea Exchange Artillery Fire.

January 26, 2010

“SEOUL, South Korea — North and South Korea exchanged artillery fire along their disputed western sea border on Wednesday, two days after the North designated no-sail zones in the area, the military and news reports said. North Korea fired several rounds of land-based artillery off its coast, an officer at the Joint Chiefs of Staff […]

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Korean Navies Exchange Gunfire

November 9, 2009

Yow. Read that North and South Korean Patrol vessels exchanged gunfire leaving a badly damaged North Korean boat. Holy Cow! Related Posts:North Korea And The Possibility Of WarAstronaut/Senator John Glenn Shot Down Three MIGs Over Korea.North Korea Threatens South With ‘Merciless War’Not GoodGeneral Discussions About Military And Policy Topics.

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