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|For those of you who collect Dams, a bunch (7) from South Korea.||08/17/2005||406|
|The apparent nuclear test was conducted at 10:36 a.m. (1:36 a.m. GMT) in Hwaderi near Kilju city, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported, citing defense officials.
-> The force of the blast was five to 15 kilotons.
-> The U.S. Geological Survey Web site recorded a light 4.2-magnitude earthquake in North Korea at 10:35 a.m., about 385 kilometers (240 miles) northeast of the North Korean...||10/11/2006||2,809|
|The test of what may have been a nuclear bomb in North Korea has stirred up a political storm around the world. You can check out in Google Earth some of the locations in North Korea where they have been working on the technology.|
from jeffrey at Armscontrolwonk.com
|Musudan-ri is a rocket launching site in North Korea. It lies in southern North Hamgyong province, near the northern tip of the East Korea Bay. The area was formerly known as Taep'o-dong (???), from which the Taepodong rockets take their name.|
Since 1984 military rockets of the types Hwasong, Nodong and Taepodong-1 were launched from Musudan-ri. The first launch attempt of a sate...
|The first ski resort just opened i North Korea.|
|Lake Pedder is located in the southwest of Tasmania, Australia and consists of a large water catchment contained by three dams - the Serpentine, Scotts Peak and Edgar Dams. The dams were built as part of the Gordon River power scheme to provide hydro-electricity for Tasmania. ||11/28/2005||629|
|I was in the U.S. Army stationed in South Korea during 1968-1969.|
This Google Earth Hack identifies many locations in South Korea that I traversed:
The DMZ and various buildings and roads
Osan Air Force Base
Younsan, 8th Army HQ
Seoul Main Train Station
Site of 83rd Ordnance HQ
Site of 83rd Ord...
|Locations of most of the german dams.||04/17/2006||668|
|This facility and the surrounding nuclear industrial complex produces North Korea nuclear weapons. Six party talks designed to close this facility are ongoing.||08/03/2005||1,833|
|There are standing 31 MIG-23 in a row at Kaechon Airbase. This is more than 2/3 of the whole MIG-23 fleet from North Korea.||10/10/2005||1,472|
|These 3 iron crosses look like helipads and they are located in Munsan, North Korea.||08/29/2006||557|
|North Korea has built and operates some 130-40 Air-Cushioned Vehicles (ACV).|
Various versions carry 35 to 55 troops. One ACV can carry one Special Operations Force platoon for surprise landing. Designed to support mobility in mud flats, these craft are well-suited to the scenario of a surprise amphibious landings during the initial phase of a war. These amphibious craft can reach speeds ...