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US and Japanese Planes being Armed with Long range Air-to-Surface Missiles

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US and Japanese Planes being Armed with Long range Air-to-Surface Missiles

Postby Professor Fate » Thu Jun 29, 2017 1:27 pm

The US F-16s in South Korea are getting the JASSM missiles that will allow them to strike Pyongyang from 200 miles away with a 2000 pound warhead.

The Japanese F-35s are getting the JSM a missile that will allow the Japanese a capability they have never had before...the ability to take out a mobile rocket launcher in N Korea without ever getting close to the country. The F-35 can deliver a JSM, which can travel only a few yards above the ground, with a 500 pound explosive, before it is ever detected.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/us- ... ar-BBDpYxF


Things under Obama got a lot worse before they started to get better – and they only started to get better after the GOP took over half of Congress and put the brakes on spending.

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Re: US and Japanese Planes being Armed with Long range Air-to-Surface Missiles

Postby Professor Fate » Tue Jul 04, 2017 8:18 pm

Get ready. Korean War II is getting closer. The ICBM launch has occurred waaay earlier than many analysts thought. All of Alaska is now, without a doubt, within its range. Hawaii, Washington, Oregon and California are next. Are the Blue states ready?

Consider the following:

As I mentioned, the Japanese and the American planes are being fitted with standoff longer range air to ground missiles, and there are two US Carrier battle groups in the neighborhood. The only thing we are waiting on, is to finish the installation of those Thaad missile defenses in Japan and South Korea. If S Korea balks at that under their new leader, then they will have to live with their increased vulnerability.

That ICBM headed straight for Japan and landed somewhere in Japan's 200 mile exclusive economic zone.

A new Zogby Analytics poll provided to "Washington Secrets" found that 52 percent back a U.S. first strike.

"A majority (52 percent) of voters agree that the U.S. must deal with North Korea's nuclear threat and are willing to even support a preemptive strike, as opposed to 36 percent of voters who disagree," said the survey.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/poll- ... le/2621980

A new poll (I didn't catch which one) showed 56% of all Americans think Trump is not being tough enough on N Korea.

Draw your own conclusions.
Things under Obama got a lot worse before they started to get better – and they only started to get better after the GOP took over half of Congress and put the brakes on spending.

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