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NK Plans to use subs to attack US...San Diego, El Paso involved
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 37015774:MV8yMTg0ODQwXzM2OTg5MDQ5XzVCQUVBOTMx] Just to inform you if you dident know. NK dont have any sub capable of carrying anything else than torpedoes, so if they aint gonna run em up on a beach and fire with handguns, i dont think you have to worry. Also their subs make 13kn submerged... You could run faster than that. They dont have the range or speed or the backup to cross the ocean. So this thread FAILS bigtime, dont talk navy shit if you dont understand navy warfare. They would need atleast 3-4 supportships for their 30 subs, and then 2 or more tankers. To defend them you need some destroyers or corvettes, maybe a fregate or two. Try to hide that kind of movement when they cant even go to the toilet before your satelites pick that shit up. [/quote]
Look closely at the the map in the back ground of the released pic linked below.
The forward map looks like a child tried to play commander, the white map hanging up.
The more perma-map beyond that has proper military symbols. Designed by a professional military force.
The symbols are hard to pin point but the submarines were easy to point out.
The locations were easy, referenced to geography, they are accurate.
LA is not marked in this map, because it is a target for complete destruction. (assumed)
Two border towns are marked, one of is white and appears to be a communication unit (the crooked lightening arrow) and is a triangle on top (assumed - possible leadership or local HQ)
Small, up close map
link to i800.photobucket.com
Large version of entire picture released
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