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The United States has released photos of plans and scenes of bombing North Korea's key areas such as Pyongyang and Sinuiju during the Korean War.

Analysts say that the disclosure of this scene this year, which marked the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice Agreement with the ROK-US alliance, is an indirect demonstration of the US' commitment to fulfilling its extended deterrence pledge in response to North Korea's nuclear and missile threats.

In addition, it is observed that there is a side to warning North Korea, which says that this year is the '70th anniversary of victory in the Fatherland Liberation War', that strategic provocations will follow a great price.

Today (15th), texts and several photos of the bombing of Pyongyang, North Korea, at the height of the Korean War, were posted on the UNC SNS.

"On January 9, 1951, UN forces changed their posture from retreat to counterattack, and 300 military aircraft, including B-29 bombers, hit Pyongyang and elsewhere," the UNC explained.

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At the same time, a US officer showed a picture pointing to Sinuiju, North Korea, standing in the background of a large map of the Korean Peninsula and Japan, and the UNC described Shinuiju as a "frequently visited target point."

In particular, the UNC stated that "the starting point was Yokoda Air Base near Tokyo, Japan."

Yokota Air Base is one of seven UNC rear bases in Japan.

(Photo = UNC website)