During the Korean War, General MacArthur took the city of Inchon by striking in an area far away from where the fighting had been concentrated – choice A. This was a mission led by the US marines that took charge of Inchon city, South Korea in 1950. The city’s actual location was 25 miles away from Seoul that was under heavy attack by troops by North Korea. Despite being considered a risky operation, General MacArthur was committed to the mission. Under his leadership, the US marines succeeded to block North Korean supplies and the invasion of Seoul.
During the Korean War, General MacArthur was able to take the city of Inchon
a) by striking in an area far away from where the fighting had been concentrated.
b) tricking North Korea into believing he that would use nuclear weapons.
c) convincing China to enter the war on the side of South Korea.
d) launching a surprise attack from deep within North Korean territory.