The Department of Defense is saying that a new artillery program with a maximum range of 70km is intended for possible conflict with Russia, but it strikes me that such a weapon would be really neat to have deployed in South Korea. More or less, with adequate spy satellites and shot detection, the average lifespan of a North Korean artillery piece could be measured in minutes. The number of rounds that the North Korean artillery piece might fire might be just one--or zero.
Which is just fine by me. I would also suspect that this might be just fine with South Koreans.
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