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Old 2013-03-22, 10:41   Link #421
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Pfft.. North Vietnam Korea? What could they possibly do! Psh posh!
Keep in mind both can zergrush you to death.
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Old 2013-03-22, 10:41   Link #422
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You know people, just because a country does not allow access to computers on a general level does not mean it cannot have teeth if it put its mind to it. Believe it or not DPRK has a sophisticated internet network with highly trained programmers/hackers, all for military purposes.
I agree, people have no access to the internet in NK, so to them it is a avenue purely for attack used by the military. (Either that or the elites use it to surf porn)

They are somehow able to send people overseas for training, case in point would be the current head who was educated in Switzerland. So expect them to be backward technically. But just the elite though...
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Old 2013-03-24, 15:35   Link #423
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Any Korean speakers care to say what the jist of this video is?

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Old 2013-03-24, 18:19   Link #424
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Keep in mind both can zergrush you to death.
Zerg rush? I dunno, North Vietnamese out-microed U.S of A I believe. With T1 tech and no Vespine.
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Old 2013-03-24, 18:24   Link #425
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Any Korean speakers care to say what the jist of this video is?

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Their 3 day plan to crush America and South then unite the the Korea as whole.
First day, showers of artillery strike on American and Korean military bases. And I guess about 50,000 soldiers are going to attack as well destroying much of the facility. Then they go into major cities like Seoul and capture Americans as their hostages. The people's army will therefore deliver a critical blow to America and South. After that their air forces will attack

Second day, just massive drops on major cities in Korea. Then their tanks comes in which they said they have 7,000 of them. Then I think they said they will destroy much of the US's pacific fleets and finish the job.

Third day, most of Koreans will be in chaos as most of them will lack their basic needs. Then the people's army will be there to help and restore the South.

Apparently their plan is so great that United States ran a computer simulation and they imply that the results were so devastating that US is not able to release the result onto the public.

That is what got from watching.
God that sound in between is so annoying.
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Old 2013-03-24, 18:30   Link #426
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Apparently their plan is so great that United States ran a computer simulation and they imply that the results were so devastating that US is not able to release the result onto the public.
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Old 2013-03-24, 18:34   Link #427
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Old 2013-03-24, 18:47   Link #428
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Their 3 day plan to crush America and South then unite the the Korea as whole.
First day, showers of artillery strike on American and Korean military bases. And I guess about 50,000 soldiers are going to attack as well destroying much of the facility. Then they go into major cities like Seoul and capture Americans as their hostages. The people's army will therefore deliver a critical blow to America and South. After that their air forces will attack

Second day, just massive drops on major cities in Korea. Then their tanks comes in which they said they have 7,000 of them. Then I think they said they will destroy much of the US's pacific fleets and finish the job.

Third day, most of Koreans will be in chaos as most of them will lack their basic needs. Then the people's army will be there to help and restore the South.

Apparently their plan is so great that United States ran a computer simulation and they imply that the results were so devastating that US is not able to release the result onto the public.

That is what got from watching.
God that sound in between is so annoying.
How are they going to hit the US 7th Fleet without the Masse Kernels? And SK just got their K2s off the production line, do they seriously think they can destroy even 1 with only steel-tip penetrators?
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Old 2013-03-24, 18:53   Link #429
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The First Day On the first day, once the order is given, the North Korean people's army will fire 240mm MRL (Multiple Rocket Launcher), 250,000 Medium/ long-range ballistic missile, and 1000 SSM (Surface-to-surface missile) for the first 30 minutes toward South Korea and the U.S. combined bases, like a shower from the heavens. We will launch a preemptive attack by surprise with hit-and-run raids. Meanwhile, 50,000 Special Forces infantryman will make a surprise attack to South Korea and the .U.S combined air force base, naval base , missile bases and other power plant. North Korea's special forces will enter Seoul and take 150,000 Americans living in South Korea as prisoners of war, which will be a decisive blow. We will attack Air forces with missiles and bombs. South Korea and America's combined air forces will be in a panic, without even one plane having taken off. The Second Day: North Korea army's powered offensive 10,500 North Korean air force paratroopers will drop from a 80 m high altitude. Meanwhile, 4600 tanks and 3000 armored cars will head to South Korea. Our infantry troops will approach South Korea's city and sweet them out. Of course, right after the War has began, we will strike the U.S.'s pacific ocean's bases first and wipe them out. The Last Day (The Third Day) South Koreans including from Seoul and other cities will be in a state of confusion without any food supply, water supply, communications network, and traffic network. On the last day of war, there will be no battle but North Korea army will occupy South Korea and make a stability operations such as restoring provision systems in South Korea. Like this, we have a Unification War scenario that will be finished in just 3 days. Even though the U.S. keeps practicing the invasion of North Korea" War scenario with computer simulations, they are trembling with fear and can't open the scenario to the public.
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Old 2013-03-24, 18:57   Link #430
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Are you sure it is 250,000 ballistic missiles, not 250? Not even China has that many.
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Old 2013-03-24, 19:28   Link #431
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Are you sure it is 250,000 ballistic missiles, not 250? Not even China has that many.
Probably counting the MRL missiles.
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Old 2013-03-24, 19:41   Link #432
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Are they expecting the responce from US bases in Japan? Because I'm fairly certain we still have some there. Or from the Japanese themselves, come to think of it.

Also a plan the seems to depend on taking a hundred thousand hostiges. Probably to keep the US government from striking back.

No word on nuclear weapon use, unless that's their solution to the US 7th Fleet, but if they take out the 7th Fleet, they are going to also have to deal withthe 3rd Fleet from Hawaii. Though that would be several days later. Plus the Air Force bomber wings are not going to be pleasent about it.
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Old 2013-03-24, 19:42   Link #433
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Are they expecting the responce from US bases in Japan? Because I'm fairly certain we still have some there. Or from the Japanese themselves, come to think of it.

Also a plan the seems to depend on taking a hundred thousand hostiges. Probably to keep the US government from striking back.

No word on nuclear weapon use, unless that's their solution to the US 7th Fleet, but if they take out the 7th Fleet, they are going to also have to deal withthe 3rd Fleet from Hawaii. Though that would be several days later. Plus the Air Force bomber wings are not going to be pleasent about it.
Stop making excuses for the capitalist American pig-dogs!
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Old 2013-03-24, 19:45   Link #434
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Just trying to make sense of their plan. It seems to revolve around keeping the Americans from reacting before the South Korean civilians give up due to shortages and enemies. Sieges tend to take more than three days on the nation wide level.
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Old 2013-03-24, 19:47   Link #435
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Stop making excuses for the capitalist American pig-dogs!
"Americans" will probably include you moose-eating Canucks.

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Are they expecting the responce from US bases in Japan? Because I'm fairly certain we still have some there. Or from the Japanese themselves, come to think of it.

Also a plan the seems to depend on taking a hundred thousand hostiges. Probably to keep the US government from striking back.

No word on nuclear weapon use, unless that's their solution to the US 7th Fleet, but if they take out the 7th Fleet, they are going to also have to deal withthe 3rd Fleet from Hawaii. Though that would be several days later. Plus the Air Force bomber wings are not going to be pleasent about it.
I think the 7th Fleet is closer to Japan than SK, so any bomber or ASCM will have to pass by Yamato the Japanese Navy anti-missile and AA systems first.

And Japan has a pretty cool defensive-type Navy.

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Probably counting the MRL missiles.
A quarter of a million within half-hour is still incredulous. I don't remember NK having that many Katyusha launchers to fire 1000 in an hour, let alone functional ones.
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Old 2013-03-24, 21:52   Link #436
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Just trying to make sense of their plan. It seems to revolve around keeping the Americans from reacting before the South Korean civilians give up due to shortages and enemies. Sieges tend to take more than three days on the nation wide level.
I dunno if they even trust that plan to work. Seems like their military propaganda more than anything else.

Does this kind of thing really get the populace all fired up and patriotic?
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Old 2013-03-24, 22:40   Link #437
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3rd Fleet would be da first to respond, along with what's at Okinawa, and the Air Force and Navy did have a few fighters based in Japan. Lets not forget the Japanese Air Self Defense Force, damn good flyers they got!
Plus the bases in S.Korea are probably on stand-by and both DOD and CIA are monitoring this as we speak.
Kinda reminds me if the old Cold War days with then rattle in their sabers and us doin the same. The Japanese will respond if attacked directly, and might join with S. Korean and American forces if there is an invasion, they did deploy to Astan and got some "hands-on" there.
It's a wait and see situation right now.
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Old 2013-03-24, 23:05   Link #438
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Since you asks

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U.S. military bases in Japan

U.S. military facilities in Okinawa
The USFJ headquarters is at Yokota Air Base, about 30 km west of central Tokyo.

The U.S. military installations in Japan and their managing branches are as follows:

Branch
(MilDep) USFJ Facilities
Admin Code Name of Installation Primary Purpose
(Actual) Location
Air Force FAC 1054 Camp Chitose
(Chitose III, Chitose Administration Annex) Communications Chitose, Hokkaido
FAC 2001 Misawa Air Base Air Base Misawa, Aomori
FAC 3013 Yokota Air Base Air Base Fussa, Tokyo
FAC 3016 Fuchu Communications Station Communications Fuchu, Tokyo
FAC 3019 Tama Service Annex
(Tama Hills Recreation Center) Recreation Inagi, Tokyo
FAC 3048 Camp Asaka
(South Camp Drake AFN Transmitter Site) Barracks
(Broadcasting) Wako, Saitama
FAC 3049 Tokorozawa Communications Station
(Tokorozawa Transmitter Site) Communications Tokorozawa, Saitama
FAC 3056 Owada Communication Site Communications Niiza, Saitama
FAC 3162 Yugi Communication Site Communications Hachioji, Tokyo
FAC 4100 Sofu Communication Site Communications Iwakuni, Yamaguchi
FAC 5001 Itazuke Auxiliary Airfield Air Cargo Terminal Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
FAC 5073 Sefurisan Liaison Annex
(Seburiyama Communications Station) Communications Kanzaki, Saga
FAC 5091 Tsushima Communication Site Communications Tsushima, Nagasaki
FAC 6004 Okuma Rest Center Recreation Kunigami, Okinawa
FAC 6006 Yaedake Communication Site Communications Motobu, Okinawa
FAC 6022 Kadena Ammunition Storage Area Storage Onna, Okinawa
FAC 6037 Kadena Air Base Air Base Kadena, Okinawa
FAC 6077 Tori Shima Range Training Kumejima, Okinawa
FAC 6078 Idesuna Jima Range Training Tonaki, Okinawa
FAC 6080 Kume Jima Range Training Kumejima, Okinawa
Army FAC 2070 Shariki Communication Site Communications Tsugaru, Aomori
FAC 3004 Akasaka Press Center
(Hardy Barracks) Office Minato, Tokyo
FAC 3067 Yokohama North Dock Port Facility Yokohama, Kanagawa
FAC 3079 Camp Zama Office Zama, Kanagawa
FAC 3084 Sagami General Depot Logistics Sagamihara, Kanagawa
FAC 3102 Sagamihara Housing Area Housing Sagamihara, Kanagawa
FAC 4078 Akizuki Ammunition Depot Storage Etajima, Hiroshima
FAC 4083 Kawakami Ammunition Depot Storage Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima
FAC 4084 Hiro Ammunition Depot Storage Kure, Hiroshima
FAC 4152 Kure Pier No.6 Port Facility Kure, Hiroshima
FAC 4611 Haigamine Communication Site Communications Kure, Hiroshima
FAC 6007 Gesaji Communication Site Communications Higashi, Okinawa
FAC 6036 Torii Communications Station
(Torii Station) Communications Yomitan, Okinawa
FAC 6064 Naha Port Port Facility Naha, Okinawa
FAC 6076 Army POL Depots Storage Uruma, Okinawa
Navy FAC 2006 Hachinohe POL Depot Storage Hachinohe, Aomori
FAC 2012 Misawa ATG Range
(R130, Draughon Range) Training Misawa, Aomori
FAC 3033 Kisarazu Auxiliary Landing Field Air Facility Kisarazu, Chiba
FAC 3066 Negishi Dependent Housing Area
(Naval Housing Annex Negishi) Housing Yokohama, Kanagawa
FAC 3083 Naval Air Facility Atsugi Air Facility Ayase, Kanagawa
FAC 3087 Ikego Housing Area and Navy Annex Housing Zushi, Kanagawa
FAC 3090 Azuma Storage Area Storage Yokosuka, Kanagawa
FAC 3096 Kamiseya Communications Station
(Naval Support Facility Kamiseya) Communications
(Housing) Yokohama, Kanagawa
FAC 3097 Fukaya Communication Site
(Naval Transmitter Station Totsuka) Communications Yokohama, Kanagawa
FAC 3099 United States Fleet Activities Yokosuka Port Facility Yokosuka, Kanagawa
FAC 3117 Urago Ammunition Depot Storage Yokosuka, Kanagawa
FAC 3144 Tsurumi POL Depot Storage Yokohama, Kanagawa
FAC 3181 Iwo Jima Communication Site Communications
(Training) Ogasawara, Tokyo
FAC 3185 New Sanno U.S. Forces Center Recreation Minato, Tokyo
FAC 5029 United States Fleet Activities Sasebo Port Facility Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 5030 Sasebo Dry Dock Area Port Facility Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 5032 Akasaki POL Depot Storage Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 5033 Sasebo Ammunition Supply Point Storage Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 5036 Iorizaki POL Depot Storage Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 5039 Yokose POL Depot Storage Saikai, Nagasaki
FAC 5050 Harioshima Ammunition Storage Area Storage Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 5086 Tategami Basin Port Area Port Facility Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 5118 Sakibe Navy Annex Hangar Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 5119 Hario Dependent Housing Area
(Hario Family Housing Area) Housing Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 6028 Tengan Pier Port Facility Uruma, Okinawa
FAC 6032 Camp Shields Barracks Okinawa, Okinawa
FAC 6046 Awase Communications Station Communications Okinawa, Okinawa
FAC 6048 White Beach Area Port Facility Uruma, Okinawa
FAC 6084 Kobi Sho Range Training Ishigaki, Okinawa
FAC 6085 Sekibi Sho Range Training Ishigaki, Okinawa
FAC 6088 Oki Daito Jima Range Training Kitadaito, Okinawa
Marine
Corps FAC 3127 Camp Fuji Barracks Gotenba, Shizuoka
FAC 3154 Numazu Training Area Training Numazu, Shizuoka
FAC 4092 Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni Air Station Iwakuni, Yamaguchi
FAC 6001 Northern Training Area
(Incl. Camp Gonsalves) Training Kunigami, Okinawa
FAC 6005 Ie Jima Auxiliary Airfield Training Ie, Okinawa
FAC 6009 Camp Schwab Training Nago, Okinawa
FAC 6010 Henoko Ordnance Ammunition Depot Storage Nago, Okinawa
FAC 6011 Camp Hansen Training Kin, Okinawa
FAC 6019 Kin Red Beach Training Area Training Kin, Okinawa
FAC 6020 Kin Blue Beach Training Area Training Kin, Okinawa
FAC 6029 Camp Courtney Barracks Uruma, Okinawa
FAC 6031 Camp McTureous Barracks Uruma, Okinawa
FAC 6043 Camp Kuwae (Camp Lester) Medical Facility Chatan, Okinawa
FAC 6044 Camp Zukeran (Camp Foster) Barracks Chatan, Okinawa
FAC 6051 Marine Corps Air Station Futenma Air Station Ginowan, Okinawa
FAC 6056 Makiminato Service Area (Camp Kinser) Logistics Urasoe, Okinawa
FAC 6082 Tsuken Jima Training Area Training Uruma, Okinawa
Camp Smedley D. Butler, Okinawa Prefecture, Yamaguchi Prefectures. (Although these camps are dispersed throughout Okinawa and the rest of Japan they are all under the heading of Camp Smedley D. Butler):
Camp McTureous, Okinawa Prefecture
Camp Courtney, Okinawa Prefecture
Camp Foster, Okinawa Prefecture
Camp Kinser, Okinawa Prefecture
Camp Hansen, Okinawa Prefecture
Camp Schwab, Okinawa Prefecture
Camp Gonsalves (Jungle Warfare Training Center), Okinawa Prefecture
Kin Blue Beach Training Area, Okinawa Prefecture
Kin Red Beach Training Area, Okinawa Prefecture
Higashionna Ammunition Storage Point II
Henoko Ordnance Ammunition Depot
Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa Prefecture (return after the MCAS Futenma relocates to Camp Schwab)
Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni
Camp Fuji, Shizuoka Prefecture
Numazu Training Area, Shizuoka Prefecture
Ie Jima Auxiliary Airfield, Okinawa Prefecture
Tsuken Jima Training Area, Okinawa Prefecture
JSDF-USFJ Joint Use Facilities and Areas

Temporary use facilities and areas are as follows:

USFJ Facilities
Admin Code Name of Installation Primary
Purpose Location
FAC 1066 Camp Higashi Chitose (JGSDF) Training Chitose, Hokkaido
FAC 1067 Hokkaido Chitose Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Chitose, Hokkaido
FAC 1068 Chitose Air Base (JASDF) Air Base Chitose, Hokkaido
FAC 1069 Betsukai Yausubetsu Large Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Betsukai, Hokkaido
FAC 1070 Camp Kushiro (JGSDF) Barracks Kushiro, Hokkaido
FAC 1071 Camp Shikaoi (JGSDF) Training Shikaoi, Hokkaido
FAC 1072 Kamifurano Medium Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Kamifurano, Hokkaido
FAC 1073 Camp Sapporo (JGSDF) Training Sapporo, Hokkaido
FAC 1074 Shikaoi Shikaribetsu Medium Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Shikaoi, Hokkaido
FAC 1075 Camp Obihiro (JGSDF) Training Obihiro, Hokkaido
FAC 1076 Asahikawa Chikabumidai Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Asahikawa, Hokkaido
FAC 1077 Camp Okadama (JGSDF) Recreation Sapporo, Hokkaido
FAC 1078 Nayoro Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Nayoro, Hokkaido
FAC 1079 Takikawa Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Takikawa, Hokkaido
FAC 1080 Bihoro Training Area (JGSDF) Training Bihoro, Hokkaido
FAC 1081 Kutchan Takamine Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Kutchan, Hokkaido
FAC 1082 Engaru Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Engaru, Hokkaido
FAC 2062 Camp Sendai (JGSDF) Training Sendai, Miyagi
FAC 2063 Camp Hachinohe (JGSDF) Barracks Hachinohe, Aomori
FAC 2064 Iwate Iwatesan Medium Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Takizawa, Iwate
FAC 2065 Taiwa Ojojihara Large Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Taiwa, Miyagi
FAC 2066 Kasuminome Airfield (JGSDF) Airfield Sendai, Miyagi
FAC 2067 Aomori Kotani Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Aomori, Aomori
FAC 2068 Hirosaki Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Hirosaki, Aomori
FAC 2069 Jinmachi Otakane Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Murayama, Yamagata
FAC 3104 Nagasaka Rifle Range (JGSDF) Training Yokosuka, Kanagawa
FAC 3183 Fuji Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi
Gotenba, Shizuoka
FAC 3184 Camp Takigahara (JGSDF) Training Gotenba, Shizuoka
FAC 3186 Takada Sekiyama Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Joetsu, Niigata
FAC 3187 Hyakuri Air Base (JASDF) Air Base Omitama, Ibaraki
FAC 3188 Soumagahara Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Shinto, Gunma
FAC 3189 Camp Asaka (JGSDF) Training Asaka, Saitama
FAC 4161 Komatsu Air Base (JASDF) Air Base Komatsu, Ishikawa
FAC 4162 1st Service School (JMSDF) Training Etajima, Hiroshima
FAC 4163 Haramura Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima
FAC 4164 Imazu Aibano Medium Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Takashima, Shiga
FAC 4165 Gifu Air Base (JASDF) Recreation Kakamigahara, Gifu
FAC 4166 Camp Itami (JGSDF) Training Itami, Hyogo
FAC 4167 Nihonbara Medium Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Nagi, Okayama
FAC 4168 Miho Air Base (JASDF) Air Base Sakaiminato, Tottori
FAC 5115 Nyutabaru Air Base (JASDF) Air Base Shintomi, Miyazaki
FAC 5117 Sakibe Rifle Range (JMSDF) Training Sasebo, Nagasaki
FAC 5120 Hijudai-Jumonjibaru Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Yufu, Oita
Beppu, Oita
FAC 5121 Tsuiki Air Base (JASDF) Air Base Chikujo, Fukuoka
FAC 5122 Omura Air Base (JMSDF) Recreation Omura, Nagasaki
FAC 5123 Oyanohara-Kirishima Maneuver Area (JGSDF) Training Yamato, Kumamoto
Ebino, Miyazaki
FAC 5124 Camp Kita Kumamoto (JGSDF) Training Kumamoto, Kumamoto
FAC 5125 Camp Kengun (JGSDF) Training Kumamoto, Kumamoto
FAC 6181 Ukibaru Jima Training Area Training Uruma, Okinawa
In Okinawa, U.S. military installations occupy about 10.4 percent of the total land usage. Approximately 74.7 percent of all the U.S. military facilities in Japan are located on the island of Okinawa.

List of former facilities

The United States has returned some facilities to Japanese control. Some are used as military bases of the JSDF; others have become civilian airports or government offices; many are factories, office buildings or resential developments in the private sector. Due to the Special Actions Committee on Okinawa, more land in Okinawa is in the process of being returned. These areas include—Camp Kuwae [also known as Camp Lester], MCAS Futenma, areas within Camp Zukeran [also known as Camp Foster], about 9,900 acres (40 km2) of the Northern Training Area, Aha Training Area, Gimbaru Training Area (also known as Camp Gonsalves), small portion of the Makiminato Service Area (also known as Camp Kinser), and Naha Port.

Army:

Army Composite Service Group Area (later, Chinen Service Area), Nanjo, Okinawa
Army STRATCOM Warehouse (later, Urasoe Warehouse), Urasoe, Okinawa
Bluff Area (later, Yamate Dependent Housing Area), Yokohama, Kanagawa
Bolo Point Auxiliary Airfield (later, Trainfire Range), Yomitan, Okinawa
Bolo Point Army Annex, Yomitan, Okinawa
Camp Bender, Ota, Gunma
Camp Boone, Ginowan, Okinawa
Camp Burness, Chuo, Tokyo
Camp Chickamauga, 19th Infantry, Beppu, Oita[33]
Camp Chigasaki, Chigasaki, Kanagawa
Camp Chitose Annex (Chitose I, II), Chitose, Hokkaido
Camp Coe, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Camp Crawford, Sapporo, Hokkaido
Camp Drake, Asaka, Saitama
Camp Drew, Oizumi, Gunma
Camp Eta Jima, Etajima, Hiroshima
Camp Fowler, Sendai, Miyagi
Camp Fuchinobe (Office Japan, NSAPACREP), Sagamihara, Kanagawa
Camp Hakata, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka[33]
Camp Hardy, Ginoza, Okinawa
Camp Haugen, Hachinohe, Aomori
Camp Katakai, Kujukuri, Chiba
Camp King (later, Omiya Ordnance Sub Depot), Omiya, Saitama
Camp Kokura, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka
Camp Kubasaki (later, Kubasaki School Area), [Nakagusuku, Okinawa]
Camp Loper, Tagajo, Miyagi
Camp McGill, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
Camp McNair, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi
Camp Mercy, Ginowan, Okinawa
Camp Moore, Kawasaki, Kanagawa
Camp Mower 34th Infantry, Sasebo, Nagasaki[33]
Camp Nara, Nara, Nara
Camp Ojima, Ota, Gunma
Camp Otsu, Otsu, Shiga
Camp Palmer, Funabashi, Chiba
Camp Schimmelpfennig, Sendai, Miyagi
Camp Stilwell, Maebashi, Gunma
Camp Weir, Shinto, Gunma
Camp Whittington, Kumagaya, Saitama
Camp Wood, 21st Infantry, Kumamoto[33]
Camp Younghans, Higashine, Yamagata
Chibana Army Annex (later, Chibana Site), Okinawa, Okinawa
Chinen Army Annex (later, Chinen Site), Chinen, Okinawa
Chuo Kogyo (later, Niikura Warehouse Area), Wako, Saitama
Deputy Division Engineer Office, Urasoe, Okinawa
Division School Center, Kokura[33]
Etchujima Warehouse, Koto, Tokyo
Funaoka Ammunition Depot, Shibata, Miyagi
Hachinohe LST Barge Landing Area, Hachinohe, Aomori
Hakata Transportation Office, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
Hamby Auxiliary Airfield, Chatan, Okinawa
Hosono Ammunition Depot, Seika, Kyoto
Iribaru (Nishihara) Army Annex, Uruma, Okinawa
Ishikawa Army Annex, Uruma, Okinawa
Japan Logistical Command (Yokohama Customs House), Yokohama, Kanagawa
Jefferson Heights, Chiyoda, Tokyo
Kanagawa Milk Plant, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Kashiji Army Annex, Chatan, Okinawa
Kishine Barracks, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Kobe Pier No. 6, Kobe, Hyogo
Kobe Port Building, Kobe, Hyogo
Koza Radio Relay Annex (later, Koza Communication Site), Okinawa, Okinawa
Kure Barge Landing Area, Kure, Hiroshima
Lincoln Center, Chiyoda, Tokyo
Moji Port, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka
Nagoya Procurement (Purchasing and Contracting) Office, Nagoya, Aichi
Naha Army Annex (later, Naha Site), Naha, Okinawa
Naha Service Center, Naha, Okinawa
Namihira Army Annex, Yomitan, Okinawa
Negishi Racetrack Area, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Okinawa Regional Exchange Cold Storage (later, Naha Cold Storage), Naha, Okinawa
Okinawa Regional Exchange Dry Storage Warehouse (later, Makiminato Warehouse), Urasoe, Okinawa
Onna Point Army Annex (later, Onna Site), Onna, Okinawa
Oppama Ordnance Depot, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
Ota Koizumi Airfield (Patton Field Air Drop Range), Oizumi, Gunma
Palace Heights, Chiyoda, Tokyo
Pershing Heights (Headquarters, U.S. Far East Command/United Nations Command), Shinjuku, Tokyo
Sakuradani Rifle Range, Chikushino, Fukuoka
Sanno Hotel Officer's Quarter, Chiyoda, Tokyo
Shikotsuko Training Area, Chitose, Hokkaido
Shinzato Communication Site, Nanjo, Okinawa
South Ammunition Storage Annex (later, South Ammunition Storage Area), Yaese, Okinawa
Sunabe Army Annex, Chatan, Okinawa
Tana Ammunition Depot, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Tairagawa (Deragawa) Communication Site, Uruma, Okinawa
Tengan Communication Site, Uruma, Okinawa
Tokyo Army Hospital, Chuo, Tokyo
Tokyo Quartermaster Depot, Minato, Tokyo
Tokyo Ordnance Depot (later, Camp Oji), Kita, Tokyo
U.S. Army Medical Center, Sagamihara, Kanagawa
U.S. Army Printing and Publication Center, Far East, Kawasaki, Kanagawa
U.S. Army Procurement Agency, Japan, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Center Pier (MSTS-FE), Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Engineering Depot, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Motor Command, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Ordnance Depot, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama POL Depot, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Servicemen Club, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Signal Supply Depot, Kawasaki, Kanagawa
Yokohama Signal Maintenance Depot (JLC Air Strip), Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama South Pier, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yomitan Army Annex, Yomitan, Okinawa
Zama Rifle Range, Sagamihara, Kanagawa
Zukeran Propagation Annex (later, Communication Site), Chatan, Okinawa
Navy:

Haiki (Sasebo) Rifle Range, Sasebo, Nagasaki
Inanba Shima Gunnery Firing Range, Mikurajima, Tokyo
Kinugasa Ammunition Depot, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
Koshiba POL Depot, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Ominato Communication Site, Ominato, Aomori
Omura Rifle Range, Omura, Nagasaki
Makiminato Service Area Annex, Urasoe, Okinawa
Minamitorishima Communication Site, Ogasawara, Tokyo
Nagahama Rifle Range, Kure, Hiroshima
Nagai Dependent Housing Area (Admiralty Heights), Yokosuka, Kanagawa
Nagiridani Dependent Housing Area, Sasebo, Nagasaki
Naval Air Facility Naha, Naha, Okinawa
Naval Air Facility Oppama, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
Navy EM Club, Yokosuka, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
Niigata Sekiya Communication Site, Chuo-ku, Niigata
Shinyamashita Dependent Housing Area (Bayside Court), Yokohama, Kanagawa
Sobe Communication Site (NSGA Hanza), Yomitan, Okinawa
Tokachibuto Communication Site, Urahoro, Hokkaido
Tomioka Storage Area, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Tsujido Maneuver Area, Chigasaki, Kanagawa
Yokohama Bakery, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Beach (Honmoku) Dependent Housing Area, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Chapel Center, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Cold Storage, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokosuka Naval Pier, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
Yosami Communication Site, Kariya, Aichi
Air Force:

Ashiya Air Base (later, ATG Range), Ashiya, Fukuoka
Asoiwayama Liaison Annex, Tobetsu, Hokkaido
Brady Air Base (later, Gannosu Air Station), Higashi-ku, Fukuoka
Chiran Communication Site, Chiran, Kagoshima
Chitose Air Base, Chitose, Hokkaido
Daikanyama Communication Site, Yugawara, Kanagawa
Fuchu Air Station (Headquarters, USFJ/Fifth Air Force, 1957–1974), Fuchu, Tokyo
Funabashi Communication Site, Funabashi, Chiba
Grant Heights Dependent Housing Area, Nerima, Tokyo
Green Park Housing Annex, Musashino, Tokyo
Hachinohe Small Arms Range, Hachinohe, Aomori
Hamura School Annex, Hamura, Tokyo
Haneda Air Base (later, Postal Service Annex), Ota, Tokyo
Hanshin Auxiliary Airfield, Yao, Osaka
Hirao Communication Site, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Itami Air Base, Itami, Hyogo
Itazuke Administration Annex (Kasugabaru DHA), Kasuga, Fukuoka
Itazuke Air Base, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
Johnson Air Base (later, Air Station, Family Housing Annex), Iruma, Saitama
Kadena Dependent Housing Area, Yomitan, Okinawa
Kanto Mura Dependent Housing Area and Auxiliary Airfield, Chofu, Tokyo
Kasatoriyama Radar Site, Tsu, Mie
Kashiwa Communication Site (Camp Tomlinson), Kashiwa, Chiba
Komaki (Nagoya) Air Base, Komaki, Aichi
Kozoji Ammunition Depot, Kasugai, Aichi
Kume Jima Air Station, Kumejima, Okinawa
Kushimoto Radar Site, Kushimoto, Wakayama
Miho Air Base, Sakaiminato, Tottori
Mineoka Liaison Annex, Minamiboso, Chiba
Mito ATG Range, Hitachinaka, Ibaraki
Miyako Jima Air Station, Miyakojima, Okinawa
Miyako Jima VORTAC Site, Miyakojima, Okinawa
Moriyama Air Station, Nagoya, Aichi
Naha Air Base, Naha, Okinawa
Naha Air Force/Navy Annex, Naha, Okinawa
Najima Warehouse Area, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka
Niigata Air Base, Niigata, Niigata
Ofuna Warehouse, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Oshima Communication Center, Oshima, Tokyo
Rokko Communication Site, Kobe, Hyogo
Senaha Communications Station, Yomitan, Okinawa (returned to the Japanese government in September 2006)
Sendai Kunimi Communication Site, Sendai, Miyagi
Showa (later, Akishima) Dependent Housing Area, Akishima, Tokyo
Shiroi Air Base, Kashiwa, Chiba
Sunabe Warehouse, Chatan, Okinawa
Tachikawa Air Base, Tachikawa, Tokyo
Tokyo Communication Site (NTTPC Central Telephone Exchange), Chuo, Tokyo
Wajima Liaison Annex, Wajima, Ishikawa
Wajiro Water Supply Site, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka
Wakkanai Air Station, Wakkanai, Hokkaido
Washington Heights Dependent Housing Area, Shibuya, Tokyo
Yamada Ammunition Depot, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka
Yokawame Communication Site, Misawa, Aomori
Yozadake Air Station, Itoman, Okinawa
Marines:

Aha Training Area, Kunigami, Okinawa
Camp Gifu, Kakamigahara, Gifu
Camp Hauge, Uruma, Okinawa
Camp Okubo, Uji, Kyoto
Camp Shinodayama, Izumi, Osaka
Gimbaru Training Area, Kin, Okinawa
Ihajo Kanko Hotel, Uruma, Okinawa
Makiminato Housing Area, Naha, Okinawa
Onna Communication Site, Onna, Okinawa
Awase Golf Course, Okinawa Prefecture (returned to the Japanese government in April 2010)
Yaka Rest Center, Kin, Okinawa
Yomitan Auxiliary Airfield, Yomitan, Okinawa (returned to the Japanese government in 2006, parachute drop training ended in March 2001)
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Speaking of propaganda videos or videos with a clear warning purpose, that reminds me of the time when the US tested with a GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb just 8 days before the Iraq War started. I remember that it was quite the perfect chilly notice for any opposition force ahead.

As a way to respond to North Korea's threats, it would be a good idea for the Pentagon to conduct a more recent test of the MOAB (IF possible) and send the video footage of what it can do to structures sitting within the blast radius on all their media channels (hackers, please apply). Some good old-fashioned counter-propaganda won't hurt anybody.

edit: nice listing of the bases, Badkarma.
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Yes, except that's supposing DPRK has that much of a decrepit AA system.
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