It’s common knowledge that U.S. Special Forces have been training alongside Republic of (South) Korea Special Forces in mock war scenarios in which they would be inserted into North Korea (also known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or “DPRK”).
In fact we have been tracking such reports for years.
Their mission would involve launching, growing and leading a partisan movement, or “indigenous resistance organization,” of North Korean citizens against the ruling regime.
U.S. Special Forces, having trained for years for just this type of scenario, enter North Korea clandestinely from South Korea, via submarines off the coast and/or from mainland China. Or they might jump in, under the cover of darkness using a specialized parachute insertion technique called HALO or High Altitude Low Opening.”
There they would conduct hit and run attacks , sabotage operations, assassinations (wet works) and help liberate slave labor camps, foster open revolts against the government of North Korea and military units…
In a pre-emptive type of scenario US Special Forces would also try to secure North Korean biological and nuclear weapons sites, before they could launch such weapons and kill millions of people.
See video: North Korea vows to engulf Washington D.C. in a sea of flames https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCWNCxPRoIo
Its a high risk gamble for sure. but the stakes in this are very high with literally millions of people lives hanging in the balance should their mission fail.
The U.S. Army’s Concept Development and Learning Directorate – which carries out research for possible future conflicts – claims it would take 56 days and 200,000 U.S. troops to get into North Korea and secure that nation’s nuclear stockpile.
Either way conventional or nuclear, US Special Forces would be called upon in that type of environment to wage war inside North Korea for months if not years to come.
Recently the former U.S. secretary of defense, Leon Panetta, stated in his new memoir, “Worthy Fights,” that U.S. war plans against North Korea include the use of nuclear weapons.