The Western Pacific D+13 (22 July, 1987)

The tempo of North Korean operations in South Korea noticeably slackened in the morning hours. While the day progressed, the pace continued to lessen. The anticipated ground attacks were not as powerful as expected. Armor and motorized infantry unit movement was limited and restrictive in many sectors. According to reports transmitted by some frontline ROK …

The Western Pacific D+12 (21 July, 1987) Part II

Although the atmosphere remained tense, the Sino-Soviet frontier had quieted down notably since the previous day. In the hours of pre-dawn darkness, the movement of Chinese and Soviet armored, and motorized vehicles around the border area came to an abrupt halt, as if by mutual agreement. This was not the case of course. However, the …