The Korean war was never won or finished. There was a ceasefire signed on July 27, 1953. Now that North Korea has broken that ceasefire agreement, does, or should, that mean that the war is back on?
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz weighed in on the situation on the Korean Peninsula this morning, telling reporters that while American fighter jets remain on their normal alert status, the U.S. has plenty of firepower in the region to deter North Korean aggression.
No doubt that the U.S. has the capability to ‘deter North Korean aggression.’ Also no doubt that this is Kim Jong Ill’s test for President Obama.