I would use the tactics used by the VC some 45 years ago.
If I had a decisive advantage in a potential skirmish, I would commit to the conflict. But if I was outnumbered and out gunned, then I'd stay a simple rice farmer wearing PJ's until the time was right.
I don't engage when they march down the street. That's fighting on their terms. I wait and fight on my terms.
If a foreign army was to "march" down the street they would meet with a lot of resistance. I would be hiding where I could get a shot at the leader of the group. If you kill the officer in charge and then the next guy that takes his place you can defeat the followers without killing them all.
The best targets are the communications officer and the guy in command. The rest are just following orders and without orders they can be stopped.
Shoot from far away, behind cover and move after each shot.
South korea or north korea?
There is a HUGE difference!
I know you implied north. So my answer is no.
I would do as GT stated...
Id smile and throw flowers by day... war paint and throw grenades by night
I guess I would whip together a Drone of my own! Im thinking perhaps putting full auto 10/22 on FPV tricopter and making small attacks on groups of marching soldiers! Im assuming this will help break moral.
I think any despotic army that might even think of invading the US should remember what advocates of gun rights often argue was said by Japan’s Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto: "You cannot invade mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind each blade of grass."
All though this quote is unsubstantiated and possibly bogus, I think it says a lot about why our founding fathers gave us the 2nd Amendment.
If I saw the North Korean army marching down the street in my town, I would run, not out of fear of the invading forces, but to get out of the way of the steel rain that is about to come down....
Only a complete fool or a suicidal lunatic would take shots at a large group of well armed men trained in military tactics marching in formation or even just moving over ground. Superior firepower is an overwhelming force when it is concentrated, unless the opposing force has better weapons - which is why I would move before the Made in the U.S.A. steel rain arrives....
I remember how we dropped daisy cutters on the "elite" Iraqi Republican Guard in Desert Storm - wiped them all out en masse. Monitored radio traffic picked up their cries for their mothers.
That would be a negative.I would be too busy getting my family safely to our fallback location.Having said that,with all the concerns I have with all the devastating scenarios that could be a real possibilities,a mainland invasion from the north is very very low on my list of worries.
We have virtually nothing to fear regarding N. Korean troops marching down our streets.
UN troops with blue helmets, on the other hand, are another story. Or DHS troops?
I guess a lot depends on what happens here in the not too distant future.
If it's up to me to defend against any army, we are up 'sheet' creek without a paddle. I am not worried about an armed invasion, I am more concerned that my grandchildren will be working in a factory and living in a dorm with a fence and watchtowers and nets for jumpers.