We aren't going to be out of Afghan by 2015, no one in the forces currently believes that and we are still training hundreds of linguists in pashto and dari because we know we ain't going anywhere any time soon.
And btw our Nuclear weapons are always on standby.
Its not a question of if Korea will kick off, its simply a matter of when. This year alone has seen the biggest escalation of force in decades. At the start of the year the north sunk a south korean ship killing the 50 or so sailors on board, only last month north and south troops were exchanging fire across the border. This month they showed a US scientist a new uranium facility and now they've killed two south korean marines and injured others in the artiller strikes. It's going to happen and when it does Afghan and Iraq seem tiny in comparison. And we(the british military) will no doubt get involved
EDIT: oh and btw, siging that quote from the Baron, had me going for quite a bit
Last edited by Angel of Blood; 11-23-10 at 03:50 PM.