By: Earnest Wright | 07-31-2017 | News
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Surgical Strike to Be Unleashed Against North Korea

The South Korea's military is preparing a surgical strike scenario that could wipe out North Korean command and missile and nuclear facilities. The report has been issued in South Korea's Munhwa Ilbo newspaper, which cites an unidentified government official.

The move follows an order by S.Korea's President Moon Jae-in. Munhwa adds that the military is to report the scenario to presidential office after completing it as early as August 1. The report indicates that South Korea's Special Forces are preparing a special strike op which would be launched in response to President Moon Jae-In's order to remove the North Korean leadership in case of emergency.

North Korea's core facilities will be targeted by the surgical strike, South Korea's forces would also launch Taurus cruise missiles from F-15 fighters, which would be able to strike all key facilities in Pyongyang and can also strike the office of the Chairman of the Labor Party, Kim Jong Eun, at the Pyongyang Labor Party headquarters.

Reports from the newspaper also indicate that the South Korean military's own strike-hit scenarios includes plans to create a special mission brigade of 1,000 to 2,000 at the end of this year with plans to eliminate war leadership figures such as Kim Jong Un and paralyze warfare command facilities in case of emergency.

The CH-47D (Chinook) performance has already been initialized by the military authorities. The project seeks to improve transport using the special mission brigades. Military authorities have reported that the South Korean military's own strike-hit scenario is being drafted jointly by the Strategic Planning Division of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Ministry of National Defense, rather than the National Security Office of Cheong Wa Dae, and the "Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) It was known as the core department.

The WMD and nuclear response centers will take on a major role in the early response, and will be activated in response to the North Korean nuclear and missile threats once they cross a critical "Red Line" threshold.


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