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A standard Russian-made 122mm BM-21 rocket battery comprises six vehicles, each carrying 40 ready to fire rockets in launch tubes.
|Close up of EMPTY firing BERMS, Scorch marks show that|
only Three vehicles fired before Counter-Fire caused them
to "Bug out" and relocate.
See also: Joongang daily "Most Shells failed to hit targets"
"The Grand National Party’s floor leader, Kim Moo-sung, said at the National Assembly yesterday that after checking satellite images, 35 of the 80 rounds that South Korea fired had landed in the sea.
The images from the global intelligence company Stratfor also showed that many of the rounds that had managed to make it onto North Korean land had fallen into rice paddies and other farming land near a North Korean military base.
Kwon Young-se, head of the Intelligence Committee in the National Assembly, told reporters yesterday that roughly 10 rounds had hit the North Korean military base and one of those rounds can be seen in the photo to have struck directly on one end of the barracks."