CHACR Newsletter – Sept 2019

With a lot going on, and a great deal more planned, it is well worth keeping an eye on CHACR’s recent and projected activities. For those for whom Korea is, literally, a far off place in every sense, the CHACR’s recent visit reminded us just how much we have to learn both from a study of the war in the early 1950s and from the current environment: a smaller (albeit 0.5 million strong!), technological-ly superior army struggling with a threat from a massive but less advanced oppo-nent; constant competition; complex terrain; uncertain end states—the list goes on. But Korea is just one place that is well worth our attention – please sign up for the GAP Conference on the 5th of December to keep your horizons wide.