Emerging Threats, Force Structures, and the Role of Air Power in Korea

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4.1. Four Scenarios76
4.2. Military Balance86
5.1. Security Environment and New Threat Structure91
5.2. A Survey of North Korean Missile Profiles100
5.3. Chinese Military Capability101
5.4. Japanese Military Capability102
5.5. Comparative Overview of Air Power and Strategic Arms in Northeast Asia103
5.6. Alternative Strategies by Scenario106
9.1. North Korean Ballistic Missiles185
9.2. Chinese Ballistic Missiles with Nuclear Payloads194
9.3. Chinese Ballistic Missiles with Nonnuclear Payloads196
9.4. Damage to Soft, Small Area Targets from HE Warheads on Delivered Missiles198
9.5. Damaging Soft Targets in a City or on an Airfield with a Delivered Missile199
9.6. Damaging Cities and Airfields with Nuclear Warheads on a Delivered Missile200
9.7. Potential Ballistic Missile Targets202
9.8. Evaluating North Korean Ballistic Missile Attacks in Northeast Asia204
9.9. Evaluating Chinese Ballistic Missile Attacks in Northeast Asia206
9.10. Evaluating North Korean Ballistic Missile Attacks Outside Northeast Asia209
9.11. Evaluating Chinese Ballistic Missile Attacks Outside Northeast Asia211

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