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Old November 11th, 2014 #1
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some pics from Korea...

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Old May 3rd, 2017 #2
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Why Do North Koreans Hate Us? One Reason--They Remember the Korean War

https://theintercept.com/2017/05/03/...the-korean-war
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Old May 3rd, 2017 #3
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Some suck up to jew marxism, some don't. Likely a lot of "North" Koreans who were on friendly terms with(at that time) White-controlled America were slaughtered . As was in China. As was in Vietnam. A strong nation, for the sake of its citizens, cannot exist in a vacuum. I know it's not a minor difference but that is the way I see it.

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Old November 20th, 2017 #4
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Unknown to most Americans, the US 'totally destroyed' North Korea once before

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/worl...fore-1.3227633
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Unknown to most Americans, the US 'totally destroyed' North Korea once before

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/worl...fore-1.3227633
Just do it again with nukes and problem solved, Trump is too soft against NK.
 
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"MiG Alley" was the name given by United Nations (UN) pilots to the northwestern portion of North Korea, where the Yalu River empties into the Yellow Sea during the Korean War. It was the site of numerous dogfights between UN fighter pilots and the opponents from North Korea (including some unofficially crewed by Soviet airmen) and the People's Republic of China. Soviet-built Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 were the aircraft used during most of the conflict, and the area's nickname was derived from them. It was the site of the first large-scale jet-vs-jet air battles, with the North American F-86 Sabre.
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USAF pilots nicknamed April 12, 1951 "Black Thursday," after 30 MiG-15s attacked three squadrons of B-29 bombers (36 planes) escorted by approximately 100 F-80s and F-84s. The MiGs were fast enough to engage the B-29s and extend away from their escorts. Three B-29s were shot down and seven more were damaged, with no casualties on the communist side. Following this, USAF bomber sorties over Korea were halted for approximately three months. Bomber commands were forced to discontinue daylight raids, and changed to night missions by small formations.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MiG_Alley


One technical error in the video--the MiG pilots should be wearing oxygen masks.
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Old December 27th, 2017 #7
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Just do it again with nukes and problem solved, Trump is too soft against NK.
Are you serious?
Was it NK which has given "a democracy" to numerous countries or rather the USA?
 
Old December 27th, 2017 #8
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The problem DPRK has is that their weapons are very outdated. Planes from the 1950s and outdated subs. They have a lot of men though but in modern war unless they used biological or nuclear weapons they have no chance.

They would be stupid to do anything.

If they did decide to launch an nuclear attack on the KWA or bases, would trump respond with nuclear retaliation of just suck it up and use some conventional weapons?

I would expect a retaliation attack if that happened.

I hear the B52s at Barksdale will be put on alert status again. Do you use them, B1 and B2 bombers or missile silos? If they did a mass attack most of the bombers would be caught on the ground. It would then be up to Ohio Class subs to strike back.

Also there are less nukes because of the START treaty. Trump told Putin it was a bad Onigger deal.

Personally I'd rather have a huge nuclear arsenal and a smaller, less bloated military with all these high cost super jets and shit and trying to start small wars in the middle east for Israel.
 
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MiG-15 vs F-86 Sabre China vs USA - The People's Liberation Korean Air War campaign grand finale loosely based on the true story of Korean War air veteran Zhang Jihui, Group Leader of the 4th Air Division based in Liaoning Province at the time, and who's credited with the shooting down then top-ace fighter pilot of the Allied Air Forces in the Korean campaign at the time, 14-victory Ace fighter pilot Major George Davis of the US Air Force. These clips from the movie is overall, loosely based on the various accounts of the Chinese PLA and Korean fighter pilots shocked into the jet-age and confronting highly trained and experienced fighter pilots, many of whom were World War 2 air combat veterans. Ref. Wang Hai Joseph McConnell Han Decai Manuel Fernandez
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Too bad the Germans couldn't get the ME 262 into operation early in the war. We'd be in an alternate universe by now, talking about the newest European settlement on Mars. Instead, we're discussing a war between Jewish ideologies fought with captured German technology. Incredible.
 
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You just can't beat an enemy that can endlessly resupply from a safe position.

https://wikivisually.com/wiki/Great_Naktong_Offensive
 
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MacArthur wanted to bomb the Chinese bases and supply dumps on the other side of the Yalu River, but Truman said no because he was afraid of the USSR becoming overtly involved in the war.
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MacArthur wanted to bomb the Chinese bases and supply dumps on the other side of the Yalu River, but Truman said no because he was afraid of the USSR becoming overtly involved in the war.
That was probably a good thing though they didn't. That could have lead to a very bad war especially with the Russians developing nuclear weapons as well during that time.

However, if that did happen and Russia got into the war then everyone would have been saying they should have taken the side of Deutschland in World War Jew to defeat the Russians.
 
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I was referring more to the US, who can resupply no matter the losses. It's why the US has never been defeated and can wage war at will and for long as it chooses.

My guess would be if the North Koreans had been able to overrun the perimeter, the US would have been unable to land an invasion force at Inchon and allied air power would have been checked by Russian and Chinese air superiority. Nukes would have then been their only option and most likely would not have been used, with the war over and a defeat for thee US/UN.

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Clip from the movie Inchon!, starring Sir Laurence Olivier as Gen. Douglas MacArthur.


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The entire communist world was helping north korea. Its still not talked to much today but just very recently putin went to north korea and Russia officially made a medal for Russians who fought in the war. also china did the same. It was also reported during the war that Russian advisors were caught with noko and chink ground forces. North Koreans really received a lot of weapons and training from Russia and China. There were over 100k soviet troops stationed right at the border of north korea during the height of the war America was wary that the soviets would launch their own attack.

I've read reports on soviet tupolev bombers trying to strike aircraft carrier groups flown by Russians as well. Chinese entered the war and their pilots and men also contributed to the fight. The nokos were pretty hardened soldiers but had everything in terms of weapons granted to them, also captured Japanese stocks left over were used along with stock the Chinese brought with them.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...in_North_Korea

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...in_South_Korea

These commies were pretty ruthless what I find stupid is that all day long you will hear the zog propaganda pump out OMG germans massacred 80-100 guys at malmedy omg malmedy massacre oh the horror! Yet no one knows about the bloody gulch massacre when a similar number of us troops were not only killed but tortured and tied up and then massacred in cruel Asian fashion. But you know lets not talk about that one so much... its just those germans that do such things.
 
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some great sites that show equipment during the war.

http://www.b-29s-over-korea.com/

one of my personal favorite aircraft during the war, only came in late during ww2 not enough time to field test it but the usmc used this aircraft as the backbone of its forces through out the war, The douglas skyraiders particularly the ad-4 engaged in so many interesting missions throughout the war. They could take a beating like no aircraft of similar design could.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dougla...der#Korean_War

you can find the list of communist and allied weapons used here.

http://www.koreanwaronline.com/arms/...palWeapons.htm

great tank battles of north korea very interesting documentary


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at the 7:59 mark talking about huge marching wave of Chinese soldiers and them being cut down by quad 50. so much so it became a sickening site to the soldiers fighting.


greeks would fight hand to hand slicing the commies and celebrating their deaths, so much so the commies were deathly afraid of encountering greek troops.


old uncle joe and mao working together but also fighting amongst themselves trying to gain advantage. War makes strange bedfellows.


good lecture explains some of the cables and communication between stalin and mao during the war.
 
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The entire communist world was helping north korea. Its still not talked to much today but just very recently putin went to north korea and Russia officially made a medal for Russians who fought in the war. also china did the same. It was also reported during the war that Russian advisors were caught with noko and chink ground forces. North Koreans really received a lot of weapons and training from Russia and China. There were over 100k soviet troops stationed right at the border of north korea during the height of the war America was wary that the soviets would launch their own attack.

I've read reports on soviet tupolev bombers trying to strike aircraft carrier groups flown by Russians as well. Chinese entered the war and their pilots and men also contributed to the fight. The nokos were pretty hardened soldiers but had everything in terms of weapons granted to them, also captured Japanese stocks left over were used along with stock the Chinese brought with them.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...in_North_Korea

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...in_South_Korea

These commies were pretty ruthless what I find stupid is that all day long you will hear the zog propaganda pump out OMG germans massacred 80-100 guys at malmedy omg malmedy massacre oh the horror! Yet no one knows about the bloody gulch massacre when a similar number of us troops were not only killed but tortured and tied up and then massacred in cruel Asian fashion. But you know lets not talk about that one so much... its just those germans that do such things.
The Russians murdered a lot of Polish soldiers in WW Jew and buried them in a mass grave and of course the Allies blamed the German's for it.

The North Korea state wouldn't exist today if the KWA took the side of Germany and took out Russia. China would look a lot different as well and wouldn't be dominating the World economically like they do today.
 
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Much like Vietnam they also did not want to fully prosecute the war, between mig ally not chasing aircraft into the Chinese and Russian airspace and also not even admitting their enemy was being supported by other nations.

And much like Vietnam the north had a few hydro electrical plants keeping tons of water from spilling out into the farmland and factory areas they had built up there. Again much like in Vietnam they did not decide to bomb or punish the enemy by starving millions of the civilian population.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hwacheon_Dam

hwacheon dam was only seriously attacked during the later parts of the war but thankfully we were able to knock it out with a torpedo fired from a skyraider no less. Also much like Vietnam they were running out of targets as they finally allowed macarthur to bomb the bridges and war factories and train system of korea much to late imo holding back which targets to hit.

An excerpt from Douglas Macarthur
"I was worried by a series of directives from Washington which were greatly decreasing the potential of my air force. first I was forbidden hot pursuit of enemy planes that attacked our forces from Manchuria, a haven of protection for the enemy forces. No matter what depredations or assaults may come from there no attack was permitted in that direction. Then I was denied the right to bomb the hydroelectric plants along the yalu. The order was broadened to include every point in north korea that was capable of furnishing electrical power to Manchuria and Siberia. Most incomprehensible of all was the refusal to let me bomb the important supply center at Rason which was not in Manchuria or Siberia but many miles from the border in north eastern korea. Rason was a depo in which the soviet forces forwarded supplies from vladivlastok for the north Korean army. I felt that step by step my weapons were being taken away from me."

It was known that Macarthur wanted to bring in Chinese nationalist troops from tawain and have them fight back in korea and eventually train and equip them for a mainland attack against china as china had only just gotten out of their civil war. Truman forbade this planning or operations to go through.

Interesting to note in the Korean war when Truman and some other High officials and generals went to visit the troops and forces near the front line. The commie forces stopped their shelling for a day until they left. Interesting to note the noko forces did not bomb known oil facilities or depos which could have easily been hit. Interesting that in Vietnam when the president went to visit they stopped attacking in his region for a day no bullet or shell passed. Also the main oil facilities that could have been attacked by Vietnamese forces were left alone. Hmmmmm interesting don't you think?

I had a lot of family members fight in the war some even die at a much younger age then they should have, I never knew this but one of my uncles ended up dieing in his early 50s because apparently the government was also using chemical warfare in the Korean theater spraying the enemy forces down with chemicals but the air drifted it back on to the American forces and he sucked it into his lungs and ended up causing massive health problems for the rest of his life till he died from complications of it. I also know or knew Korean war vets even know a guy that participated at inchon but wasn't directly in the line of battle. Again imo if we fight a war we fight to win it not play around with the enemy side not wait till they have built up their forces and defenses.
 
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