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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Could North Korea’s Swarm Weapons Threaten The U.S. Military? | National Interest

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The most numerous aircraft in North Korean service is the single-engine biplane transport that first flew in 1947 and they play a key role in its military strategy.  How could these antiquated biplanes pose a threat to adversaries equipped with guided missiles and supersonic stealth fighters? North Korea is banking on its own experiences in the Korean War and finding a way.

Full article: https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/could-north-koreas-swarm-weapons-threaten-us-military-89011

 

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