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N Korea Military Tactics In A War With The U.S.; Computer Similation Shows N. Korea Would Win A War

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posted on Apr, 28 2003 @ 01:03 PM
The following is an excerpt from an article that does a very extensive and indepth comparison of the military capabilities of North Korea and the United States.

To read the article in its entirety, click on the link at the bottom.

"North Korea trains about 100 hackers a year and has computer virus battalions in place. These hackers are capable of interrupting US communication networks. In a war game conducted in 1991 by US war planners, North Korea came out the victor with and without nuclear weapons. Kim Jong Il has no doubt that his army can beat the US army."

posted on Apr, 28 2003 @ 01:06 PM
Yeah, so does Saddam Hussein.

posted on Apr, 28 2003 @ 08:44 PM
The problem with NK is that beyond the issue if it having WMD it is IRRELEVANT outside of it behaving like a bully. The only way the US could see it as an asset is in respect to teaching its leaders they are

Given what is known the US will probably be placed in a position of declassifying certain technology. But in general whoever prepared the report which began this thread is mistaken upon a quantitative scale.

posted on Apr, 29 2003 @ 07:50 AM
expecially considering that most vital military communications are totally separate from the common access internet, and coordinated attacks would require numerous spies as military personell with specific accesses to coordinate it.
Sorry, I'm still not worried. With or without nukes? Are you serious? Surely this article is not.... Its hard to hack when your communications are down before you even know what hit's even harder to hack when you're an ashen shadow on the wall....

posted on Apr, 29 2003 @ 09:02 AM
North Korea behaving like a bully ?

Let's recall that the US Military is present on Korean soil, and not the inverse. The question who the bully is is not as clear-settled as it seems : North Korea is, in fact, asking the US to sign a non-agression treaty, which the US is refusing.

posted on Apr, 29 2003 @ 09:27 AM
What's the point of signing anything w/ the dear leader - we already had an agreement w/ NK that they didn't live up to. Sign another one with them? Pointless. They should live up to it's first agreement then the US should talk to them.

Maxwell, US troops are on S. Korean soil and haven't yet been asked to leave.

posted on Apr, 29 2003 @ 12:02 PM
How is this possible? We took N. Korea once already. (kind of) And we were less technologically advanced.

posted on Apr, 29 2003 @ 02:00 PM

Originally posted by RealFlight

A very very disturbing link. But I can feel like a touch of propaganda. Now, we have to find who want to fool us.

- The USA, doing it on purpose, just to fool the NK ?
- The opposite ? NK trying to fool the USA ?
- Rense who just do some money.

- Or it's true and we are deeply in the .....

posted on Apr, 29 2003 @ 02:50 PM
Firstly 1991 is 12 years ago, much has changed since then. Although NKorea may not have advanced much since then, America certainly has.

The article appears to assume that America and Korea are equals in nucleur strength... This is obviously wrong, even if NKorea managed to get one through the resulting attack would leave the country a smoking ruin.

Third, North Korea's total war plan has two components: massive conventional warfare and weapons of mass destruction. If the US mounts a preemptive strike on North Korea's Yongbyon nuclear plants, North Korea will retaliate with weapons of mass destruction: North Korea will mount strategic nuclear attacks on the US targets

This really does read like some of NK's propaganda.

Tank battles in Korea will be fought on hilly terrains without any close air cover, because North Korean fighters will engage US planes in close dog fights.

They are very optomistic about their own abilities.

They aslo seem to think of war in terms of old stratagies, without the technologies and tactics used by america in Iraq, such as cluster bombs that target tanks, predators etc.

Realy for success all america needs to do is cut of aid. There is already starvation and exonomic collapse in the country if the borders were closed their whole infrastructure would collapse. Starving soldiers and a starving populace don't fight well at all.

A nice bit of propaganda.... typical of rense.

posted on Apr, 30 2003 @ 01:01 PM
I agree that this is propaganda. Considering that this was written on 4-24-2003 by Han Ho Suk, Director For Korean Affairs. The United States has many rabbits that has yet to be pulled from the hat. I know that Korea would love to know our tatics in a war with them.
I wonder if South Korea would like a very large Parking Lot to their North?

posted on Apr, 30 2003 @ 02:21 PM
Ill give you this much. If anything the US would destroy the Korean army. The US would probably want to let Korea think they would win. Pushing them to consider attacking. Then BAM~!!!! US shows what they are capable of doing. - Basics of Gorrilla Tactics

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