Although a cease-fire agreement was signed on July 27, 1953, Korea has never been a place of peace. Missions to the Korean demilitarized zone continue, even in the year 1985. The DMZ was created as a strip of land between North and South Korea to act as a buffer, but even the best intentions can sometimes fail. Word quickly spreads: North Koreans are moving toward the DMZ in an all-out combative push. From the south, the Republic of Korea Armyaalong with American forcesaplan to meet them. All involved must tread carefully or threaten the outbreak of a second Korean War. The men and women of Second Division know this, and they have seventy-two hours to ensure peace.As the jeep pulls out, he yells, aIf you need anything, call me on the platoon frequency. See ya!a Wea#39;ve ... I pick up the binoculars and scan the other side of the river. At times I am in and out ... Ita#39;s the brevity code to stand down. The alert is over.
|Title||:||Defcon 4 Korea: Land of the Morning Calm|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-06-18|