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  • Originally posted by USSWisconsin View Post
    Most likely based on the projected amounts of fissile materials the DPRK might have accumulated. It assumes they did produce that much and then turned it all into weapons without any waste or loss. These are Not reasonable assumptions.
    The sites I've seen says 6-9 Pu warheads of which 3 are gone. I'm still trying to figure out what is their HEU production capabilities but suffice to say, it would be less than 3 warheads to date.

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    • Maeda Toshiie,

      Did not make it clear. My point was based on a discussion that Japan did come under fire.

      There is one heavy BCT in country, with a fires, a bunch of Patriots, etc.

      Marines can reinforce quickly.

      It will mostly be a ROK fight, though.
      “Loyalty to country ALWAYS. Loyalty to government, when it deserves it.”
      Mark Twain

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      • Can Japan send troops abroad?
        No such thing as a good tax - Churchill

        To make mistakes is human. To blame someone else for your mistake, is strategic.

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        • Originally posted by SajeevJino View Post
          why not...


          does china going to US on their main Land even it's neighbor country ..where already they are in cold war
          Ummm, because China isn't an idiot child who thinks if they paint their boats a different colour everyone will go "ohh, didn't realise the Norks had those boats": because China and the US are far more realistically allied than China and North Korea: because China actually enjoys peace and prosperity: because the PLAN and the Chinese government aren't suicidal.
          In the realm of spirit, seek clarity; in the material world, seek utility.

          Leibniz

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          • Originally posted by Doktor View Post
            Can Japan send troops abroad?
            If I'm not mistaken, their Constitution prohibits them from sending troops anywhere outside of territorial Japan, a holdover from WWII when we wanted to curtail any future imperialistic impulses by the Japanese; needless to say, the concept is a bit outdated. I imagine that's why we haven't seen any Japanese troops participating in any UN "adventures".
            "There is never enough time to do or say all the things that we would wish. The thing is to try to do as much as you can in the time that you have. Remember Scrooge, time is short, and suddenly, you're not there any more." -Ghost of Christmas Present, Scrooge

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            • Originally posted by Doktor View Post
              Can Japan send troops abroad?
              Central Readiness Force - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

              They've deployed as protection for the SDF contingent sent to Iraq post invasion. They work closely with the AUS-SAS and NZ-SAS, and are trained primarily by the US.
              The SDF have deployed a number of times as peacekeeping troops, the nearest to us being East Timor. IIRC I heard the CRF were quietly involved in Guadacanal in '99.
              In the realm of spirit, seek clarity; in the material world, seek utility.

              Leibniz

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              • Originally posted by Parihaka View Post
                Central Readiness Force - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

                They've deployed as protection for the SDF contingent sent to Iraq post invasion. They work closely with the AUS-SAS and NZ-SAS, and are trained primarily by the US.
                The SDF have deployed a number of times as peacekeeping troops, the nearest to us being East Timor. IIRC I heard the CRF were quietly involved in Guadacanal in '99.
                What happened in Guadalcanal in '99?

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                • Originally posted by Parihaka View Post
                  Ummm, because China isn't an idiot child who thinks if they paint their boats a different colour everyone will go "ohh, didn't realise the Norks had those boats": because China and the US are far more realistically allied than China and North Korea: because China actually enjoys peace and prosperity: because the PLAN and the Chinese government aren't suicidal.
                  That's just on Paper...Remember what they does against Japan for the Shenyaku Island Issue ..they even threaten of US CBG in Indian Ocean for supporting Japan with their Anti Shipping Ballistic Missile
                  sajeevpearlj.blogspot.com

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                  • Originally posted by SajeevJino View Post
                    That's just on Paper...Remember what they does against Japan for the Shenyaku Island Issue ..they even threaten of US CBG in Indian Ocean for supporting Japan with their Anti Shipping Ballistic Missile
                    The ASBM's guidance system has its own plethora of issues and bugs which limit its utility to that of a paper tiger at best.

                    And as if this cliche hadn't already been gone over on this thread already...deterrence is not warfighting. The last thing a salesman wants to do is to piss of his best customer.
                    "Draft beer, not people."

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                    • Originally posted by SajeevJino View Post
                      That's just on Paper...Remember what they does against Japan for the Shenyaku Island Issue ..they even threaten of US CBG in Indian Ocean for supporting Japan with their Anti Shipping Ballistic Missile
                      You are freaking stupid. First off, the Indian Ocean is out of range for the DF-21D. 2nd of all, the Chinese have stopped working on the DF-21D.

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                      • Originally posted by Officer of Engineers View Post
                        You are freaking stupid. First off, the Indian Ocean is out of range for the DF-21D. 2nd of all, the Chinese have stopped working on the DF-21D.
                        sir, if I may ask, how do we know the Chinese have stopped working on the DF-21D?

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                        • Originally posted by Officer of Engineers View Post
                          You are freaking stupid. First off, the Indian Ocean is out of range for the DF-21D. 2nd of all, the Chinese have stopped working on the DF-21D.
                          DF 21 is in Service of PLA...


                          blogs.defensenews.com/intercepts/2013/01/china-tests-carrier-killer-df-21d-missile-sinks-us-aircraft-carrier/
                          sajeevpearlj.blogspot.com

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                          • Originally posted by SajeevJino View Post
                            they even threaten of US CBG in Indian Ocean for supporting Japan with their Anti Shipping Ballistic Missile
                            Where did you get this from? Provide a source.

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                            • Originally posted by SajeevJino View Post
                              DF 21 is in Service of PLA...


                              blogs.defensenews.com/intercepts/2013/01/china-tests-carrier-killer-df-21d-missile-sinks-us-aircraft-carrier/
                              Goodness. There's two craters in the Gobi desert
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                              In the realm of spirit, seek clarity; in the material world, seek utility.

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                              • Originally posted by cataphract View Post
                                Where did you get this from? Provide a source.
                                Just Google it " Carrier Killer"
                                sajeevpearlj.blogspot.com

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