New jersey home invasion
It follows a long line of foreign invaders that threaten New Jersey's trees, such as the European gypsy moth and the emerald ash borer, a beetle that hails from China. That afternoon an aerial observer located an enemy artillery position on a hilltop southwest of Cap Lay.
As the Republic of Korea 's First Division hurled itself on the enemy, shore fire control observers saw New Jersey 's salvos hit directly on enemy mortar emplacements, supply and ammunition dumps, and personnel concentrations. "Update of the Issues Concerning the Proposed Reactivation of the Iowa Class Battleships and the Aircraft Carrier Oriskany" (PDF).