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Originally posted by bekod
reply to post by Gazrok
well it is not a missile path map but a weapons deployment map english.yonhapnews.co.kr... from the linkso it not a missile flight path, but a list of what they could use on us, US SK Japan and where they would be most effective bet the subs are in sea of japan and heading east to Hawaiian islands.
The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) published a photo in which Kim is receiving briefings from four senior military officials, turning his back to a strategic operational map titled "The Strategic Forces' Plan to Strike U.S. Mainland" on the left and a list of major weapons written on the wall on the right. The list shows that North Korea has 40 submarines, 13 landing ships, six minesweepers, 27 support vessels and 1,852 aircrafts, with some of the numbers covered by senior officials.
If I was the US and someone threatened to Nuke my country or allies and we all know they crazy, I'd wipe them out
Will they ask to refuel in Pearl Harbor?
there is a video for you that do not like to read
N.Korea warns enemy targets have been locked on
North Korean leaders have reiterated their words of warning against the United States at a massive rally held in central Pyongyang.
The rally on Friday was attended by country's second-in-command, Supreme People's Assembly President Kim Yong Nam, and military and paramilitary personnel.
A statement released by the army's supreme command was read out to announce that its missile units are at their highest level of combat readiness. They insist they have capability to target the US and South Korea.
Then a representative from military made a speech to condemn the United States for the use of radar-evading stealth bombers in joint military drills with South Korea.
The officer threatened that his military has means which the world has yet to encounter or even can't think of and that data on all enemy targets have been input into its high-precision means of attack.
The rally ended with a protest march with participants holding banners and placards calling for a retaliatory blow.
North Korean leaders apparently aim to fuel anti-American sentiment to boost national unity, ahead of a key meeting of the ruling party and a parliamentary session planned to be convened soon.
Mar. 29, 2013 - Updated 13:16 UTC (22:16 JST)
I think the Chinese must put its foot down and reign in lil kim.
Originally posted by Gazrok
reply to post by bekod
You're joking, right? Diesel submarines? They don't even have the range to get here! (or Hawaii). Not even on TWO full gas ups.....