mORE DRONES HEADED TO SOUTH KOREA | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


mORE DRONES HEADED TO SOUTH KOREA

Recent reports by South Korean news media claim that the US will deploy attack drones to the Korean Peninsula in the next few months.

Twelve attack drones that can target North Korean leaders and military targets will be deployed in March or April, South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo reported this week.

According to the report, a hangar has already been constructed for the Gray Eagle drones. In addition, support facilities and personnel have reportedly already arrived at the US air base at Kunsan on the west coast.

The General Atomics MQ-1C Gray Eagle is an unmanned aircraft system developed by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems for the US Army. The Gray Eagle, which has an 18-yard wingspan, can conduct various missions including attack, reconnaissance, surveillance and infiltration. Its 248-mile range gives it enough reach to cover most of North Korean territory.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF in fact these reports are true, North Korea is still in play as a target for US military action against it later this year.

If the US takes offensive action right after the games, China will be forced to support North Korea militarily.

Comments

lol

z00mcopterdown

obviously trying to catch that naked olympic dancer chick without knickers through the hotel window, for shlomo's DVD.

This is really stupid!

Ethan Allen and...

North Korea will fire back massively immediately if they get even 1 drone strike.They aren't Afghan farmers with AK's and RPG's. A drone strike is an act of war,that will be plain for the man in the street to see.
China and Russia will both be in on the side of North Korea if they do this. Madness!

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