I can think of a number of reasons why I would not be averse to a decapitation strike on Kim.
Guess The Japanese Are Getting Serious
Posted 06 June 2019 - 0802 AM
Combat Information Center of the Japanese helicopter destroyer and soon-to-be aircraft carrier JS Izumo (DDH-183)
Posted 09 June 2019 - 0540 AM
160 personnel from the 13th Infantry Regiment, 12th Brigade of the JGSDF will conduct trilateral joint-training in Queensland, Australia from May 10th to June 14th with the Australian Army (720 personnel from 7th Brigade) and the USMC (250 personnel from 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force).
The name of the exercise was Southern Jacakroo 19.
JGSDF brought down with them an FH70.
More images in the link
JGSDF got the chance to shoot with some Australian M777s
USMC brought along the Osprey, an aircraft that has become a very common sight in joint-exercises.
A general over view of the exercise.
Edited by JasonJ, 09 June 2019 - 0548 AM.
Posted 12 June 2019 - 0508 AM
The quoted JGSDF units were loaded up on JS Ise and JS Kunisaki and departed from Sasebo naval base on June 3rd and headed to Australia for the quoted training. They went to Australia together with USS Green Bay and USS Ashland, conducting joint-training along the way.
Five more images in the spoiler
Posted 13 June 2019 - 0506 AM
JS Izumo, JS Murasame, and JS Akebono conducted joint-training with USS Ronald Reagan from June 10th to June 12th in the South China Sea.
Five more images in the first spoiler, text in the second
Edited by JasonJ, 13 June 2019 - 0507 AM.
Posted 15 June 2019 - 0549 AM
After that the three Japanese warships conducted joint-training with HMCS Regina and MV Asterix off from the Vietnamese Coast in the South China Sea from June 13th to June 15th.
Three more images in the spoiler
Edited by JasonJ, 15 June 2019 - 0552 AM.
Posted 20 June 2019 - 0941 AM
After spending a few days stay at Vietnam, and conducting some joint-training with a Vietnamese patrol ship, JS Izumo and JS Murasame linked up again with JS Akebono and the three warships again conducted joint-training with the USS Ronald Reagan group in the South China Sea on the 19th and 20th of June.
Three more images in the report link: https://www.mod.go.j...06/20190620.pdf
Posted 20 June 2019 - 1023 AM
Abe will not meet with Moon at the G20 next week in Osaka after Kono rejected Korea's compromise proposal regarding wartime slave labor reparations.
The time for compromise appears to be over.
If Japanese assets are frozen and seized by Korea, Japan will respond.
Posted Yesterday, 07:28 AM
About 110 personnel from the JGSDF 1st Infantry Battalion (1st Airborne Division) will conduct joint-training in Alaska from May 22nd to June 28th with about 140 personnel from the US Army 4-25 Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne) and 1-501 Infantry Regiment.
A total of about 280 personnel from the JASDF will conduct training in Alaska from May 27th to June 29th, a period that includes participation in the Red Flag Alaska exercise. They will be coming with six F-2s, one E-767, and two C-130Hs. Also particpating in the exercise is NATO units, the Thai Air Force, and ROK Air Force.
Some pictures of both the JASDF and JGSDF stated in the above quotes, along with some other pictures, from Red Flag 19-2.
1st Airborne jumping from American and Japanese C-130s.
Some pictures of several of the aircraft from Red Flag 19-2.
Seven more pictures in the spoiler
Posted Yesterday, 09:12 AM
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