The Washington Times - May 29, 2012, 03:03AM

Following an article from AFP  stating that U.S. forces parachuted into North Korea, AFP is now reporting the U.S. military is denying that any U.S. troops parachuted into the country:

The US military Tuesday vehemently denied a media report that special forces had been parachuted into North Korea on intelligence-gathering missions, saying a source had been misquoted.Current affairs magazine The Diplomat quoted Brigadier General Neil Tolley, commander of special forces in South Korea, as saying soldiers from the US and South Korea had been dropped across the border for “special reconnaissance” missions.But Colonel Jonathan Withington, public affairs officer for US Forces Korea, said some reporting of the conference had taken Tolley “completely out of context”.


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