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Fact sheets fall into this section as well. Fact sheets are an amalgamation of data that has been culminated for research purposes. Likewise, these may also be used in publication data elsewhere on the internet or in media.
Situated in the hills that ran along the boundary which divided North and South Korea was the county of Chorwon in Kangwon Province now within North Korea. The land ebbed and flowed along more than just the horizon but to the sky itself. Peaks, ridges, plateaus, and valleys were the main topographic feature here. One of these was that of Heartbreak Ridge, and it was in this terrain that elements of the X Corps, 2nd Infantry Division saw as operations began on 13 September 1951. The plan for Heartbreak Ridge was to cut off a bulge in the Eighth Army’s line. Attacking at Heartbreak Ridge was considered a modest ground offensive juxtaposed to the alternative options submitted to fix this bulge. One of them included an amphibious landing at Wonsan. However, it was decided after the Battle at Bloody Ridge that the loss of men and materiel would not offset
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Conflict in the Balkan States is nothing new, reaching back centuries and through countless wars. Following on the heels of Tito’s death in 1980, the collapse and breakup of the former Yugoslavia caused reverberations throughout the region that are still being felt today. A struggle for power to establish new
Succeeded by it’s younger Blackbird counterpart, the A-12 Oxcart was Lockheed’s response to the U.S. Air Force’s (USAF) need for a high-altitude supersonic strategic reconnaissance aircraft. Smaller,
Fact sheets act as a cursory examination of a particular element (i.e. artillery, aircraft, miscellaneous weapon systems). These are generally updated as content necessitates, but occasionally will include others. There are at least thirty publicized fact sheets that are included in distributed media. Others are posted in this section for use on this website. You can view a full list of the fact sheets by clicking the link under the newest fact sheet to the left.
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