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Originally posted by boondock-saint
Originally posted by thecinic
The video was calling it rockets boon dock... Some news was calling them morter fire, let me get some different links. They are calling the *ammunition used*??? different things,
the 2 articles I read and the video I got that grab from
all claim it was artillery. It's not. It's a rocket.
I'm trying to find out if it's a NK rocket or a US
rocket. These type rockets can be fired from
US Navy Destroyers too.
There is no plume on this rocket. So it was in
freefall after burnout.
Originally posted by Res Ipsa
How about showing us a picture without that "projectile" in the shot.
Originally posted by Bicent76
It seems this act has cost asia, and perhaps even the World allot of Money..
This is what is concerning..
this might make it real.
1. mounted projectile-firing guns or missile launchers, mobile or stationary, light or heavy, as distinguished from small arms.
2. the troops or the branch of an army concerned with the use and service of such weapons.
3. the science that treats of the use of such weapons.
Originally applied to any group of infantry primarily armed with projectile weapons, artillery has over time become limited in meaning to refer only to those engines of war that operate by projection of munitions far beyond the range of effect of personal weapons. These engines comprise specialised devices which use some form of stored energy to operate, whether mechanical, chemical, or electromagnetic.
More stunning flaws in Cheonan evidence
An experimental finding has emerged indicating that, contrary to the announcement of the Defense Ministry¡¯s Civilian-Military Joint Investigation Group (JIG), the adhesive substance found on the Cheonan and a torpedo propeller was not formed by an explosion. This is not something to be taken lightly, as it is scientifically incompatible with the government¡¯s announcement that the Cheonan was attacked with a torpedo launched by a North Korean submarine.
Originally posted by MegaMind
Originally posted by mydarkpassenger
... have you noticed how everytime the US p*sses them off, the NK start some crap?
I have to admit that unleashing the "little gargoyle" would definitely tie up some of our assets. The US military can chew gum and walk, but how many war fronts can the US really afford? Our economy is weak and our Government is almost bankrupt.
Originally posted by Castaway
reply to post by Komodo3
Ummm NK has claimed they fired on SK,how can the US be involved?
Originally posted by boondock-saint
Originally posted by xavi1000
Artillery fire on Korean border RARE VIDEO
www.youtube.com...edit on 23-11-2010 by xavi1000 because: (no reason given)
I hate to bring bad tidings here
but that is NOT artillery shelling
in that video. That was an explosive
device going off. I live near Bragg and have
seen artillery and that ain't it.
If they are saying that is NK shelling
the south, then we are looking at
a false flag operation pinning it on
NK. It's US Propaganda.
The US is gonna start this war and blame
it on NK as a patsy.
Originally posted by infinite
1538: US defence department spokesman Col David Lapan says no additional US military assets would be moved into the region following Tuesday's incident in South Korea. It is also "too soon" to discuss ways the US might deter North Korea from another attacks, he adds.