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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Joseph S. Bermudez Jr.
"They know that their division is tasked to take that hill and that town — day one, day two, day three — until they get to Busan [South Korea]," said Mr. Bermudez. "What happens when this gets all screwed up? Their command-and-control network is weak and, as best we can tell, their greatest weakness is their inability to handle the unexpected."
Yet while U.S. Marine Corps and Army air-mobile forces could — theoretically — outmaneuver the one-dimensional KPA, a U.S.-South Korean victory is not a foregone conclusion, said Mr. Bermudez.