Possible 2 Round (North Korea vs South Korea)

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Seeing as there's an ongoing investigation we'll just have to see the outcome of the findings???
 
#6
It happens all the time, though, doesn't it? They're always sinking each other's boats - The Supreme Leader Of The Universe will hold a big parade, aim a bottle rocket over Japan and then get back to his porn vids.

Nothing to see here.
 
#8
That's so low in the water it could probably self-sink if a large ripple came along anyway.

And "Korea II" ain't going to happen anyway - it's become a hobby rather than a mission. How could NK feed its Army in the field when it can't even feed the population?

All they will do is place another order with a Pakistani or Indian [or probably Burmese] arms dealer for another 250,000 "Sabres, rattling for the use of" and have another big parade.
 

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I've just been doing some googling and some media reports say that it was the South Korean's who fired first. We will just have to wait out and see what happens.
 
#13
Is that hull made of paper?

From the Mail:
 
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King_of_the_Burpas said:
It happens all the time, though, doesn't it? They're always sinking each other's boats - The Supreme Leader Of The Universe will hold a big parade, aim a bottle rocket over Japan and then get back to his porn vids.

Nothing to see here.
Not of this magnitude.

The implications of this could be very severe.

Labour may come to regret decimating the Royal Navy.
 
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tangosix said:
Hello,

the vessel in the above picture looks like a Chamsuri class which does not have a complement of anything close to the 104 men mentioned in the article.
If that figure for the crew size is correct it will be a larger vessel,perhaps a Pohang class or Donghae class corvette.

Picture,here:

http://www.naval.com.br/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/pohang-class-corvette-3.jpg

tangosix.
Stratfor says:

According to South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency, a 1,500-ton naval vessel with a crew of 104 sank off of the island of Baengnyeong in the Yellow Sea on March 26. Based on size and crew displacement it is likely either an Ulsan-class guided missile frigate or a Po Hang-class corvette.
 
#17
Speculatively IDed as ROKS Cheonan a corvette of the Pohang class.
 
#18
Le_addeur_noir said:
King_of_the_Burpas said:
It happens all the time, though, doesn't it? They're always sinking each other's boats - The Supreme Leader Of The Universe will hold a big parade, aim a bottle rocket over Japan and then get back to his porn vids.

Nothing to see here.
Not of this magnitude.

The implications of this could be very severe.

Labour may come to regret decimating the Royal Navy.
Two points:

a) You're assuming that Labour will be in government for some time yet.

And,

b) You're assuming that Labour 'regrets' any of its actions.
 
#19
Hello parapauk,

the Ulsans have a crew of about 150.

If a ship of Pohang size was hit by a heavy torpedo,I would expect there to have been heavy casualties,those things snap larger ships in two.


tangosix.
 

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