Skip to comments.US stealth bombers in Guam appear to be readying for a tactical nuclear strike on North Korea
Posted on 01/24/2018 11:42:58 AM PST by FrogMom
The US has been quietly amassing firepower in the Pacific during a lull in tensions with North Korea, but recent developments on an under-the-radar nuclear weapon suggest preparation for a potential tactical nuclear strike.
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“Being prepared” is not actually the same thing as “readying”.
Lester Holt will be taken hostage!
I call BS.
Un-named sources close to the area of interest?
One boomer sub could turn North Korea into Kimchi
Yeah i dont see a nuclear attack on NK in the next 2 weeks :)
Yup. After the Olympics. Trump will give Fat Boy a gold medal for being an ahole.
So they can’t launch any Non-Nuc attacks? This title is really stupid, even if it was verbatim.
Tactical NUCLEAR strike?!!!!
Perhaps released to put the idea in their heads. An intermediate capability the NORKS need to consider. I hate to say it but Im very uncomfortable relying on US intelligence. It was bad enough in the Iraqi build up, after 8 years of Barrys meddling who knows.
Two MIRV’d 8 payloaded missiles more like or better 48 lower yield Sub launched nuclear cruise missiles- nap of the earth. No need to expend rather expensive strategic weapons. These could be neutron and/or with graphite crystals conventional and shut the place down.
Is North Korea a CIA / Google asset?
“When are you getting back?”
“I can’t tell you that. It’s classified.”
They appear to be the same now.
It will be olympic running for you life!
Gee, I hope this doesn’t cause Guam to tip over.
Prepare for the worst - pray for the best...
BS to the Max.
The only country who ever did anything even remotely like this was Israel after the ‘73 war.
The country was very close to collapse and as a backup plan, loaded nuclear weapons on some of their fighter-bombers.
You don’t use tactical nuclear weapons as a first strike unless you are really fat and live in North Korea.
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