F-16s Landing in Sync as Part of South Korean Defense Ops


02/15/2014: Two F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 35th Fighter Squadron land in sync after a training sortie at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Feb. 13, 2014.

 The Wolf Pack ensures readiness by presenting pilots with different training scenarios to further reinforce the Wolf Pack’s ability to fight tonight.

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Credit:8th Fighter Wing Public Affairs:2/13/14

Editor’s Note:

South Korean Civilian leaders and military are looking to bring more focus on technology, their recently announced F-35 purchase and increasing space assets to immediately stop the Dear Leaders over-the-top ranting about unleashing his atomic bombs.



Thus the key question for Korean deterrence can be put directly:

Are war plans focused enough on this problem along with the will to execute?

This is a very good start: