UPDATE: Why North Korea won’t have a chance if the U.S. decides to attack: Why Trump will think deeply before doing so

Defense Updates is a new source for me.


It seems to be credible, see the link below.


It is published bi-weekly, here is their home page. (Source)


I could have included a number of the usual pictures of the fat dopey North Korean midget but in respect for the truly serious problems, this situation poses I’ve refrained from doing so.


Cool, North Koreans have found their missing link

F-16 is one of the most famous and most used fighter jets.

It was originally designed by General Dynamics for the US Airforce.

It is a single engine fighter plane with the ability to combat in each weather operations like Chengdu.

Its production was first approved in 1976, ever since then 4500 of these fighter jets have been built, serving 25 nations in the world.

It is currently the most lethal jet fighters in the world. (Source)

See the Super Hornet in action below.


Mig 29 fulcrum vs F15 eagle

July 24, 2017


The United Nations Security Council has produced dozens of resolutions, including imposing trade and economic sanctions, but North Korea hasn’t budged even an inch.

As United States President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un hurl threats at each other, it is not impossible to expect that the prolonged crisis on the Korean Peninsula will trigger a military conflict or war.


This scenario brings into focus the state and competencies of the North Korean army and the overall capacity of the country to wage a war.

North Korean military on paper seems to be an impressive force but is the reality so?

In this video, Defense Updates analyzes the capabilities of North Korean military and provides 5 reasons why it wont last even few weeks in a war with U.S?


Let’s get started.




North Korean navy has about 810 vessels, which in theory could seem a threat but in practice is no more than a nuisance.

While their quantity is great, their quality isn’t as they represent decades old engineering and design concepts.

North Korean navy is considered a brown water navy and operates mainly within the 50 km exclusion zone.

It has no aircraft carrier or destroyer and has only 3 frigates, which are no match to the advanced U.S surface combatants.

 A large percentage of  the fleet is made up of small patrol vessels.

The North Korean military is in possession of a fleet of about 70 submarines, composed of about 20 Romeo class submarines (1,800 tons), 40 Sang-O class submarines (300 tons) and 10 Yono class submarines (130 tons).


All of these submarines use diesel-electric propulsion and were designed in the 50’s or 60’s.


On paper, the North Korean Airforce possesses more than 500 combat capable aircraft, but almost all of them are 3rd generation and 4th generation once.

The MiG-29 is the K P A F’s most modern fighter and North Korea operates approximately only 40 of these.

Their best will not pose a serious threat

The entire air fleet also has loads of maintenance issues as they are at the last leg of their service life and are grounded lot of the times.

Combat availability of their air force may be less than 50%.

The air-to-air missiles equipping fighters are also far older in technology compared to what U.S possesses.


F 22 & F 35 are a generation ahead of Mig 29, and are stealthy.

In this scenario, the North Korean pilots will find it very difficult to detect and target them.

U.S with far sophisticated fighters, coupled with way better pilot training and strategy, is expected to quickly get air superiority over North Korean skies.

Let’s not forget the U.S. Military’s C-47 Chinook Gunships, The Raptor, the Blackhawk all of which will likely come into play should Un become even more unreasonable.


See the entire article below.



North Korea has more than 1.2 million active soldiers, and a further 7.7 million in reserve, making its ground force one of the largest in the world. Its troops are bolstered by 200,000 special ops soldiers.

But the troops are mostly ill-equipped with outdated weapons of Soviet era.

The country’s conventional forces, facing a long slide after the end of the Cold War, have faced equipment obsolescence and supply shortages.


Sustaining a war effort requires massive reserves not only in men, but also in material.

Napoleon is known to have said “an army marches on its stomach.”

Not only will the relatively poor inventory of ammunition will dwindle down in few weeks but also will the food supply.

With these two basic items in short supply, the North Korean forces will not be able to continue fighting for long periods.

It is also foreseen by many experts that as the war turns against North Korea, many will start deserting the repressive regime, hastening the process of capitulation.


North Korea is cut off from the world and basically has almost no allies.

China has traditionally been North Korea’s closest ally, but has condemned the latest ICBM test as “unacceptable.”

North Korea has historically enjoyed strong links with China, its neighbor to the north and the west.

But since Kim took power in 2011, the relationship has cooled.

Beijing has repeatedly asked Pyongyang to cease its nuclear tests and ballistic missile launches in vain.

Russia has also played it safe in the Korean front.


North Korea invests a huge proportion of its meager economy into its military, and its ambitious missile, nuclear and cyber programs have caused widespread international alarm.

Pyongyang spent nearly a quarter of its GDP on the military over the past decade, according to US government estimates.

Being isolated from rest of the world, it has failed to acquire modern technologies and as discussed in the video, its armed forces remain technologically handicapped.

Strategically, North Korea doesn’t have the required technology, resources or allies to wage a war for more than few days, especially against the most powerful nation in the world.





About JCscuba

I am firmly devoted to bringing you the truth and the stories that the mainstream media ignores. Together we can restore our constitutional republic to what the founding fathers envisioned and fight back against the progressive movement. Obama nearly destroyed our country economically, militarily coupled with his racism he set us further on the march to becoming a Socialist State. Now it's up to President Trump to restore America to prominence. Republicans who refuse to go along with most of his agenda RINOs must be forced to walk the plank, they are RINOs and little else.
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2 Responses to UPDATE: Why North Korea won’t have a chance if the U.S. decides to attack: Why Trump will think deeply before doing so

  1. JAFC says:

    This isn’t a computer game. N Korea can do a great deal of damage. Their missile technology (even their purloined Space-X specs could level that playing field for them). Obama had his chance and he gave away that store as well). GW Bush wasn’t any help either.


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