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Published on Apr 23, 2012
Some of the military hardware on display in Pyongyang, North Korea during the big parade to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the birth of the Great Leader Kim Il Sung on April 15, 2012. By being in the right place at the right time just as the roads were being closed in the city, we inadvertently were the first group of tourists to ever be allowed to watch a military parade in the DPRK. The video really doesn't do the experience justice; being there in person was amazing. The cheering crowds, the roar of the engines, the ground literally shaking and vibrating beneath our feet as each tank rolled by. You would think the North Korean government would want more tourists to see this as it is rather intimidating to see miles and miles of military vehicles stretch as far as the eye can see to the horizon, but for some reason they're still really skittish about letting foreigners see and photograph things like this. We were very lucky to get these shots.