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Sizing Up The North Korea Nuclear Threat
Would North Korea actually go nuclear against South Korea or the U.S.? How real is the danger?
FOX News Radio’s Rich Johnson reports from Washington DC:
South Korea’s capital of Seoul is just 30 miles from the border; well within the range of North Korea’s artillery. Then, there is the sheer size of the North’s military.
Col Leighton (ret): “Their 1.2 to 1.8 million man army would be what the South would be confronted with.”
But retired Air Force Colonel Cedric Leighton says the more likely scenario is:
Col Leighton (ret): “Small-scale attacks to test the resolve of the South Koreans.”
That’s something Pyongyang has done before, like the sinking of a South Korean warship three years ago that killed 46 sailors.
In Washington, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.