N. Korea constructing hovercraft base, preparing seaborne infiltration exercises

March 2011
East-Asia-Intel Reports;3/16/2011, p12
The article reports on the plans of North Korea to resume seaborne infiltration drills near the disputed western maritime border. It also reports on Kim Kwan-Jin, Defense Minister of South Korea, expressing concerns over the construction of a new hovercraft base by North Korea near the maritime border in the Yellow Sea. It reports on the deployment of light attack 500MD helicopters by South Korea near the Yellow Sea to counter any hovercraft infiltration by the special forces of North Korea.


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