ROK Drop

Avatar of GI KoreaBy on March 17th, 2014 at 9:23 pm

North Korea Shows Displeasure With The South By Attacking Fish

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The North Koreans continue to show their displeasure with the US-ROK military exercises by attacking fish in the Sea of Japan Nameless Sea:

North Korea fired off a total of 25 more short-range missiles toward eastern waters Sunday evening, local media reported.

The country launched 10 projectiles for 10 minutes from 6.20 p.m., before firing off eight projectiles for five minutes from 8.03 p.m. and seven more projectiles for four minutes from 9.28 p.m., Xinhua quoted citing the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Those projectiles were believed to be short-range missiles, possibly the FROG surface-to-surface missiles, as they have a range of around 70 km, military officials said.

The latest launches came 12 days after Pyongyang fired off seven projectiles, possibly artillery shells fired from the North Korea’s new multiple rocket launcher termed by the South Korean military as KN-09.  [Business Standard]

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  • ChickenHead
    1:22 am on March 18th, 2014 1

    Are the FROG surface-to-surface missiles launchers self-propelled…


    …are they toad?

  • Clawed The Fraud
    5:32 am on March 18th, 2014 2

    Send 25 missles back and say “Are these the ones you lost?” Aim one directly at the USS Pueblo and another at the roller coaster fat boy loves so much. In fact, nail that funky ski resort, too.

  • MTB Rider
    6:11 am on March 18th, 2014 3

    :shock: :sad:

    This is why we can’t have nice things…

  • Setnaffa
    6:20 am on March 18th, 2014 4


  • ChickenHead
    6:38 am on March 18th, 2014 5

    One more question…

    Do they keep the FROG surface-to-surface missiles in racks…


    …do they keep them in…


  • Flyingsword
    7:42 am on March 18th, 2014 6

    FROG~Free Rocket Over Ground. You think the north picks up the fish they kill?


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