In the week following the offensive, the CIA worked up a scheme to fool the North Koreans defense system. CIA U-2s transmitted false information directly to the North Korean communications network. The CIA claims that the Operation's insertion point is on the west coast of Korea from the Yellow Sea. As a result, the North Koreans move their defenses to the Yellow Sea's coast. This would dramatically reduce the defenses in the East.
The Weather did't exactly favor NATO throughout the course of the operation. The day prior to the landing, in the Sea of Japan, a large storm moved through, causing some small ships to be blown south to Kuum-ni, North Korea, nearly 60 miles south of the Wonsan Beaches.
The Fall of PyongyangEdit
During Ulyssus' endgame, Pyongyang became a location of death and destruction for Allies and North Koreans alike. Taking Pyongyang was one of the most difficult undertakings since the Invasion of Iraq in 2003. Two Generals were nearly assassinated on the streets of Pyongyang; resulting in the highest level of security measures. Within a month, the Operation was closed and American forces achieved their goal. They were off to Manchuria and nearly 3,500 nuclear warheads.