President Donald Trump wants the U.S. Property back as it's been held since 1968 by the North Korean rogue state.
North Korea Target List - DOD Department of Defense have struggled with the actual targeting of North Korea. DOD NSA CIA DHS and the White House have narrowed a target list concerning a strike against North Korea.
Shocking the North Korea dictator and not starting another all out Korean war brings about a host of problems. As U.S. Naval Forces sit off the coast of North Korea it has been said they have received their targeting orders from the Pentagon through Naval channels.
Many may recall, that the U.S. Pueblo, a U.S. Naval Ship was captured by North Korea in 1968 and the crew (83 persons) held hostage, being tortured constantly while trying to survive the living hell provided by the North Korean Government. The U.S. Naval ship is still being held in North Korea and is used by the Communist Dictator as a tourist attraction.
The U.S. Missiles stand ready for the actual launch orders. The first major target is not only a surprise but is shockingly the right target against the North Korean dictator.
The very first U.S. Naval Missile will strike against the U.S. Naval Ship Pueblo (AGER-2) thus destroying U.S. property by a U.S. Missile strike leaving no room for North Korean arguments in international courts of the U.N.
The Banner Class U.S. Naval ship Pueblo (AGER-S) will be destroyed by a direct U.S. missile strike against their own property.
The DOD reports that U.S. forces stand ready for the North Korean Response.