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North Korea's Army by the Numbers: 4,300 Tanks and 200,000 Lethal Special Forces

Dave Majumdar Security, And that is just for starters.  “Special operation forces are currently estimated at 200,000 strong. The special operation forces have a diverse array of strategic, operational, and tactical units, including the 11th Corps, the light infantry division of the forward corps, and light regiment of the forward divisions,” the South Korean white paper reads.
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