Soldiers from the Korean People’s Army look south while on duty in the Joint Security Area U.S. Army official Korean Demilitarized Zone. Source: U.S. Army, Installation Management Command, Korea Region, Public Affairs Office. Edward N. Johnson.
Some 3,000 to 4,000 Chinese-made military trucks and jeeps entered North Korea last month, it was confirmed Monday. According to video clips obtained by the Chosun Ilbo, over 100 military trucks and jeeps made in China went to North Korea everyday last month after going through customs in Dandong.
A senior source in North Korea said that these cars were gifts to military officers by North Korea’s heir apparent Kim Jong-un in celebration of “Victory Day,” or the day the armistice in the Korean War was signed on July 27. “North Korean military vehicles produced in the 1970s and the 80s are too old to carry out drills, and many soldiers were dissatisfied. In order to buy the loyalty of the military and show what he can do, Kim Jong-un replaced the old vehicles thanks to the assistance of China,” the source added.
Jeeps were given to officers to be used to conduct operations, and the trucks were given to soldiers.
Soldiers from the Korean People's Army look south while on duty in the Joint…
by Tactical-Life.com / Aug 23, 2011