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US Flies Misssion North of DMZ, Sends Message to North Korea

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I'm still shouting at Trump et al to employ the EMP.

 

Do you understand the impact that would have to the environment? No kidding, that kind of fall out I suspect would take out South Korea depending on wind currents etc.

 

But okay, lemme play along. If we do send up a nuke to detonate in the atmosphere, at least drop a dummy from an airplane at high attitude with sirens attached to it. That way North Koreans will be at least staring in the direction of the nuclear blast. I realize some may have a problem with my tactic, but I just want to get the most out of my tax dollars.

 

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William

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Do you understand the impact that would have to the environment? No kidding, that kind of fall out I suspect would take out South Korea depending on wind currents etc.

 

But okay, lemme play along. If we do send up a nuke to detonate in the atmosphere, at least drop a dummy from an airplane at high attitude with sirens attached to it. That way North Koreans will be at least staring in the direction of the nuclear blast. I realize some may have a problem with my tactic, but I just want to get the most out of my tax dollars.

 

God bless,

William

 

 

Non-nuclear devices exist. We have them, Russia has them, China has them. With knock-out limited range, one could destroy the NK capital, another each military location, knocking out the ability to communicate electronically, without fallout, without destruction. Communication with all that heavy artillery NK has lined up on the border would be impossible.The only other option is for China to occupy NK, removing Kim Jong Un. I think they would prefer that to a U.S. air and ground war in NK. SK certainly would. Japan, Guam, et al would breathe a sigh of relief.

 

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Non-nuclear devices exist. We have them, Russia has them, China has them. With knock-out limited range, one could destroy the NK capital, another each military location, knocking out the ability to communicate electronically, without fallout, without destruction. Communication with all that heavy artillery NK has lined up on the border would be impossible.The only other option is for China to occupy NK, removing Kim Jong Un. I think they would prefer that to a U.S. air and ground war in NK. SK certainly would. Japan, Guam, et al would breathe a sigh of relief.

 

We have aircraft which are tasked with such roles as jamming communications. Now the latest technology has drones jamming communications: Drones can now Jam enemy radar

 

What I think is really interesting are reports of a Russian satellite killer: http://www.iflscience.com/space/myst...-space-weapon/

 

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William

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