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"Not So Stealth" US Flies B-2 Bomber Over Korea

rlapatak Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 7:50 PM
Where are the Hagel haters .....he should have sent at least 4 of the stealth bombers...
John in OK Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 8:06 PM
Two B-2s would be more than sufficient to reduce North Korea to a smoking hole. Why waste the extra resources?

The only problem I have with this is that they didn't actually do the job. Since Kim Young Dipstick has renounced the 1952 cease-fire, we ARE technically at war with them again. We should have just nuked Pyongyang and been done with it.
bigdog_137 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 8:08 PM
One side really can't renounce an armistice...and we have been in an actual state of war in Korea for 60 years.
John in OK Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 8:13 PM
Well, Kim Young Dipstick disagrees with you, since he's stated that he no longer considers the cease-fire to be in effect.

Now, whether he has the intestinal fortitude to actually do more than bluster and bloviate? That remains to be seen.
The Pentagon has the first time publicly announced that it has flown nuclear-capable B-2 Stealth bombers, two of its most advanced bombers, in an "extended deterrence mission” over North Korean territory as part of a military exercise.

A statement released by United States Forces Korea Thursday said the unprecedented sortie by the two B-2 Spirit stealth bombers "demonstrates the United States' ability to conduct long range, precision strikes quickly and at will."

The stealth bombers were flown all the way from the Whiteman air force base in Missouri to the Korean peninsula where they dropped inert dummy...

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