October 09 2009
North Korea is expanding its special operations forces and training them in Al-Qaida-like terror tactics, the Washington Post reports, citing U.S. and South Korean officials.
North Korea has 80,000 soldiers trained in special operations, the largest such force in the world, according to Aviation Week & Space Technology.
These commandos have recently been trained in the use of improvised explosive devices using lessons learned from fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, said Gen....
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