North Korea should be quaking in their boots right about now, as reports surface indicating that earlier this month, U.S. military forces conducted training to prepare for a possible mission that might find them on the country’s soil with the end goal of removing nuclear missiles from the hands of the Communist regime.

Photos of a recent military exercise called Warrior Strike IX features a unit known as the “Black Jack Brigade” — pretty badass name, but that’s just me — doing some training along side South Korean counterparts at Camp Stanley, which is located in Korea.


Now before everyone gets their panties in a bunch thinking some crazed hacker leaked these photos online to blow the secrets and surprises of our military efforts overseas, these pictures were posted to the group’s Facebook page, so it’s official.

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The images show soldiers training with night-vision equipment, armored vehicles and full-face protective gear, including gas masks. Descriptions of the event suggest soldiers practiced for eventualities such as transporting injured comrades and capturing combatants.

According to South Korea’s Yonhap news agency, which quoted anonymous military sources, the combined exercise was designed to simulate “infiltrating North Korea and removing weapons of mass destruction in case of conflict.” An Army spokesperson stationed in South Korea declined to comment.


Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has suggested repeatedly that one of his main goals in Korea was to avoid sending U.S. forces into North Korean territory. But he also seemed to concede last week that is a scenario that might need to be addressed.

On Dec. 13, State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert reiterated to reporters what Tillerson has described as the four things he won’t do when it comes to North Korea – a list he calls the “four no’s.”

“We are not seeking the collapse of the North Korean regime. We are not seeking regime change. We are not seeking the accelerated reunification of the Korean Peninsula. And we are not seeking an excuse to send our military north of the [border with South Korea],” according to Nauert.

With all due respect, the North Korean regime has brought all of this on themselves as they have repeatedly ignored international law and launched missiles that have threatened nearby countries like Japan.

If we have to take military action against them, and at this point, it seems pretty likely that’s what’s going to happen, it’s only because they have been on their high horse, determined to make themselves appear to be better and stronger than they actually are.

One of the bigger concerns many have with an operation like this is the impact it could have on China as they would no doubt experience an influx of refugees, though Tillerson said that wasn’t the biggest concern. The big concern is making sure these nuclear weapons don’t fall into the wrong hands, creating yet another dire military situation that would require more action to be taken and would put lives in danger.

Tillerson went on to add that China has been made privy to at least some of the planning of this operation which includes crossing the Demilitarized Zone known as the 38th Parallel.

It will definitely be interesting to see if this operation will be utilized and what it’s outcome on foreign policy will end up being.



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