North Korea's Underground Bunkers And Bases Are A Nightmare For America

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The National Interest—Kyle Mizokami Security, What lies within them? Key point: These fortifications have the potential to not only enhance the Korean People’s Army’s ability to mount a surprise attack, but also to prolong the war, confounding the high-tech armed forces of its adversaries. North Korea, one of the most secretive countries in the world, is no stranger to building underground military facilities. Whether a tunnel dug under the demilitarized zone designed to pass thousands of troops an hour, or...

North Korea's Military Is Huge, And It Would Be A Nightmare For America To Fight. Kyle Mizokami Security, Asia So let's try talking. Key point: Unlike recent operations U.S. forces would face considerable risk in large numbers, operating against a numerically superior foe. North Korea is just slightly larger than Ohio. To the south it borders South Korea, to the west it borders the Yellow Sea, and to the east it borders the Sea of Japan. To the North it shares an 880 mile border with China and a much smaller one with Russia. The southern border is heavily fortified, with a...