Thursday, April 13, 2017

US SEAL Team 6 Is Training In South Korea

Daily Mail: Navy SEAL team responsible for killing Osama bin Laden 'is training alongside troops in South Korea preparing to "incapacitate" Kim Jong-un

* USS Carl Vinson arrived at the southern port of Busan, in South Korea, to join the annual joint military exercise
* South Korea military source says heightened presence is part of plan to decapitate North Korean leadership
* Pyongyang has long condemned the annual joint drills - called Foal Eagle - between South Korea and the US
* Tensions have escalated with missile launches from North and assassination of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother

A US Navy unit which killed Osama Bin Laden will be taking part in drills simulating removing North Korean despot Kim Jong-un from power.

The Special Warfare Development Group, best known as SEAL Team 6, will carry out drills in South Korea, the country's Ministry of National Defense has revealed.

It is the team which carried out Operation Neptune Spear, the killing of the Al-Qaeda leader in Pakistan back in May 2011.

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Update: Elite US Navy Seal squad that killed Osama bin Laden ‘is training up in South Korea to take out Kim Jong-un’ (The SUN)

WNU Editor: This story has been making the rounds for the past month. Are special forces training to take out the North Korean leadership .... definitely. Will they be able to .... that is another story.


Caecus said...

I'm sure announcing your intention months in advance to Kim will greatly increase the missions chance of success

James said...


That is a really big peeve of mine. I understand saber rattling can be useful messaging, but in the last decade and a half it has become ridiculous in DC.

Anonymous said...

It would be a suicide mission so I think they are there mostly in order to mess with Kim's head and make him even more paranoid

fazman said...

They have no idea where he is.

James said...

"They have no idea where he is." I think you're right. I also think he'll get killed by someone close to him. He's getting more and more isolated.