South Korea Is Sending Three Very Deadly Weapons To The DMZ Border
Oct. 5, 2012
When North Korea rained down a barrage of artillery on South Korea in the fall of 2010, killing four people and causing untold damage, neither the South nor the U.S. did much at all. It looks like that type of response is not going to happen again if reports from Yonhap News Agency are correct.
The South Korean media outlet reports the U.S. Army is sending its terribly effective M982 Excalibur artillery shells to the South Korean peninsula for use against North Korean artillery batteries.
The border between the North and South is extremely mountainous, but that protective feature enjoyed by the North will become a thing of the past with delivery of the Raytheon’s and BAE’s Excalibur.