U.S. Artillery Can
Defeat U.S. Land Mines
This is another easy way to clear a mine field.
Simply blast the field to pieces w/
large amounts of artillery shells.
For instance, during W.W.II the Japanese used
this tactic to destroy U.S. mine fields on Bataan
Peninsula and Corregidor Island in the Phillipines.
Pres. Reagan allowed the sale of 155mm
artillery pieces and 'base bleed' ammunition
to the Chinese.
You might remember the Chinese.
They kill, torture and imprison Christians, won't
account for over 400 U.S. POWs from the Korean War,
and refuse to practice fair trade w/ the U.S..
The N. Koreans were probably given
at least a few of these by China.
These 155mm artillery pieces can destroy
a mine field from over 37km away.
If N. Korea does invade S. Korea they will
more than likely blast their way through our mine
fields w/ 155mm artillery pieces made in the U.S. of A.
To this day some Americans actually think
Reagan was a good President.
My Senator, Rod Grams, from Minnesota ran his
1994 campaign on a "Reagan Republican" PR scheme.
One Of The 155mm Artillery Pieces Sold To China by Reagan.
The Designer, Gerry Bull, Designed Inter-Continental Ballistic
Missiles And A 'Super Gun' For Saddam Hussien
That Could Fire A Shell Over 175 miles.
Some One (Rumor Is Israel) Put 5 Bullets Into The Back Of
His Head Before He Completed The Projects. What A Shame!
Mortars and aerial bombs work just as well.
In W.W.II, the U.S. often dropped aerial
bombs on Japanese mine fields.
At Anzio, Italy, the Germans destroyed a
U.S. mine field w/ just one mortar round, after
the mines had been placed too close together.