Today I can still remember being recalled on alert status in central Germany in September 1983 when North Korea shot down KAL 700, and pretty much everybody in the US Army Europe thought we were about to go to war. It was a scarey feeling.What I also remember was watching the company of German Leopard tanks attached to the US 4/73 Armored Battalion pull up into Panzer Kaserne in Boeblingen FRG, attaching themselves to the 1st Infantry Division (forward) as required by treaty and under NATO war plans.
Good thing Seth Rogen and James Franco are actors on screen rather than soldiers at war, because they'd be the first to throw their hands up before the first shot was fired. Read Post
North Korea has entered a "state of war" with neighboring South Korea, according to a report from the state-run Korean Central News Agency. North and South Korea technically remain at war since their conflict between 1950 and 1953 e... Read Post