Korean conscript goes postal

#6
Confucius very very wise man says:
Officer who bullies trained soldier with a weapon is a fukin muppet and didnt watch "Full Metal Jacket" :p
 
#7
on another note , he could have gone further and charged across the DMZ , possibly sparking off another Korean war considering how paranoid the NKs are. 8O
 
#8
semper said:
on another note , he could have gone further and charged across the DMZ , possibly sparking off another Korean war considering how paranoid the NKs are. 8O
I suspect that anyone who goes charging off across the DMZ carries out the IA drill for stepping on a mine extremely quickly. That's to say, jump a hundred feet in the air and scatter yourself over a large area.

From what I hear, both sides have that entire area mined to hell and back. Curiously, though, the DMZ has taken on a bit of a role as a nature reserve - having been entirely free of humans for the past fifty years, it's been adopted by all sorts of species.

A US study.

Their comment on landmines is 'The impact of land mines on wildlife in the DMZ is not known; however, after fifty years of the DMZ, it is presumed that any animals large enough to set off land mines no longer live there' (paraphrase).

smithie
 
#9
My understanding is that most of the (now) DMZ was:

good guys - down slope -fields - up slope - bad guys

Mines are mostly in the key areas of the slopes on a 100+ mile front. Others have been naturally cleared - covered by erosion or Darwinian selection of the beasties. How many sheep do the FI lose pa.

Then again maybe he was Darwin selected by a black/orange striped beastie.
 

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