North Korean Fighters Under Awning Far From Airstrip

Possibly a military research facility or museum. There is also the rotar blades of a helicopter on the south of the building.
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kjfitz picture
@ 2005-10-02 11:34:53
The almost total lack of any motor vehicles in the area is spooky.
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@ 2005-10-02 11:55:44
I also find it odd I keep running into planes parked in fields far from an airbase of any type.

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@ 2005-10-02 12:46:42
Scattered all aound rural america there are veteran's organizations, small town squares, and military reserve armories with guns, tanks, small boats, and planes on display to emorialize sacrifices in past wars. I wonder if these are the Korean equivalent. Maybe they are monuments to heros to keep the public aware that they are "at war."

I agree it is strange to find airplanes so far from runways though. even here the plane are usually somewhat close to airports.