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6,000 Japanese, U.S. troops hold major war games in Kyushu

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Stephen Falken: There's no way to win. The game itself is pointless!

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Kizaki said the exercises—which run through Feb 3—are not directed at any particular threat, but contribute to Japan’s overall ability to deter an attack and defend its territory.

On Chinese New Year's Eve. That is interesting.

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The story would be much better if it had a picture from a salelite.

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Don't be surprised when you hear "gun shot" from the other side. It's just fireworks.

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Who cares who's New Years eve it is? It's not that interesting at all.

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So.... mmm... who won?

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of course several people here Don't understand the importance of this. its likely to happen but its important to be Ready. like a Firedrill you have to be prepared. IF North Korea does something Dumb they will Defend Nihon. china isn't that dumb IF they start something Most of the world would be behind Japan, supporting Japan.

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Don't overestimate the "intelligence" of any one country. Stupid mistakes can be made by ANY country, at ANY time. Only the future knows for sure what will happen.

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