“I would overwhelm their artillery,” said Wald, a former strategic planner for the Joint Chiefs of Staff. “I would put a plan in place to use every possible capability we have bomber-wise, and fighters for that matter, but mainly bombers to use the 30,000-pound bombs, which the B-2 and B-52s can carry two of those each.”
Wald says the dug-in artillery positions are ideal targets for America’s most powerful non-nuclear bombs: the 20,000-pound Massive Ordnance Air Blast, or MOAB, nicknamed the “Mother of All Bombs,” which was dropped earlier this year in Afghanistan, and its bigger brother, the 30,000-pound MOP, or Massive Ordnance Penetrator.
“I would just pound the livin’ bejesus out of the artillery until there is none left,” Wald said. “They may get a few shots off, but if you do that at the right timing, there’s a decision they have to make to start firing, and they may get a few minutes, but they are not going to get these hours where they are gonna fire on Seoul.”
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