Working as a porter to resist US aggression and aid Korea, in the fifth battle, Li Qiwei of the United States finally discovered the weakness of large-scale and large-depth interleaving tactics, and almost gave the volunteers a fatal blow. Through research, Li Qiwei discovered that the large-depth interspersed tactics of the Volunteer Army and the materials carried by the light infantry can only last for up to 7 days. Later, Li Qiwei came up with a particularly damaging tactic, first indulging the interspersed with the volunteers, deliberately showing weakness, and lure the enemy to go deeper. One month after the fierce fighting, the U.S. military continued to retreat. As multiple U.S. military positions were not knocked out, the PLA’s logistics supply was extremely difficult, and the transportation time of the supply line reached 7 days. At this time, the U.S. military concentrated its superior forces, opened the way with elite armored units, and directly tore open the positions of the volunteers, with the goal directed at Cheorwon. Cheorwon is a core logistics base of the Volunteer Army in the rear. It hoards a large amount of PLA’s materials and is located in a plain area with convenient transportation. If Cheorwon is captured, the volunteers on the front line will lose all supplies and will run out of ammunition and food. Fighting forward, no ammunition, retreat, no food, the destruction of the entire army is the only destiny. Once so many troops are defeated, the US military will win the Korean War. In order to prepare for this killer blow, the U.S. military dispatched a task force composed of the ace main force, the First Cavalry Division, with a total of more than 47,000 personnel, 1,327 artillery pieces, 187 tanks, and 2,000 aircraft. This task force has been hiding in the rear, not participating in any battles, and the whole army will make an assault when the materials of the volunteers on the front line are consumed at seven or eighty eight. There is only one combat goal, and that is to capture Cheorwon, destroy the logistics center of the volunteer army, and then completely divide all the volunteer army surrounding the front line. If it succeeds, this will be another version of the Incheon landing, and the volunteers will fall into a big defeat. After discovering the movement of this task force, the Volunteers immediately retreated. But it takes time to retreat, two legs can’t run on four wheels. It takes a total of 15 days for the volunteers to reorganize the defense line, but the task force only needs more than a day to reach Cheorwon, which is still a plain area, which is especially suitable for the use of American firepower. Only the 63rd army could reach Cheorwon in time, with a total of 25,000 people in three divisions, more than 240 artillery pieces, and no tanks and airplanes. President Peng gave a death order to the 63rd Army, and he must stay at Cheorwon for 15 days. The commander of the 63rd Army, Fu Chongbi, assessed the strength of the enemy and ourselves, and believed that this goal could only be achieved by building a strong field fortification. It takes at least three days to build a strong field fortification, but the US contingent is already at the door. So Fu Chongbi gave a death order to Cai Changyuan, the commander of the 189th Division under his command, that he must hold back the US army for 3 days and allow the 63rd army to repair fortifications. The 189th division has only a few hours to repair fortifications. Cai Changyuan repeatedly calculated the strength of the enemy and ourselves, and found that no matter how he fought, it was impossible to stop the US military. If there is no cover for fortifications, the number in front of the artillery is meaningless. Even if the entire army sacrifices, it may not be able to stop the US army for a day. If the U.S. forces break through the position, the 63rd Army, which is building fortifications in the rear, will cause the whole army to chaos. If the 63rd Army is also breached, the hundreds of thousands of volunteers on the front line are in danger of being wiped out. Even if the entire army of the 189th Division died, it could not stop the American army. But now as a division commander, Cai Changyuan must find a way to stop the US military for more than three days. How to do? Cai Changyuan made a decision like no one before and no one to come after, and brought into full play the characteristics of the Volunteer Army’s ability to gather energy and disperse, making the Cheorwon Sniper War the pinnacle of human light infantry warfare. The 189th Division was disbanded on the spot. It was disbanded into more than 200 small units, which were scattered to a huge area of 20 kilometers wide and 25 kilometers deep, totaling 500 square kilometers, and more than 200 simple positions were established. There are only more than 30 soldiers in each position, fighting each. This tactic left Li Qiwei dumbfounded and completely subverted his common sense as a military strategist. Before the battle, Li Qiwei had deduced many possibilities, but he had never deduced this one. The 47,000 U.S. contingents gathered together, 1327 artillery and 187 tanks opened the way, facing a simple position with only more than 30 light infantry. After setting up the position, it only takes tens of minutes for the US military to easily tear this position apart, and it is impossible for the defending volunteers to survive. Isn’t this really going to die? But there are more than 200 positions like this. If you knock them down one by one, three days will have passed by the time the positions are knocked out. The task of Division 189 was completed. This tactic seems very simple and effective. But looking at the whole world, only the volunteer army can use this tactic of disbanding in situ, and it is impossible for the armies of other countries to learn it. Let me tell you about the difficulties involved. First of all, after you adopt this tactic, you are tantamount to telling all the soldiers under you straightforwardly that we are bound to lose in this battle, and the purpose is only to complete the strategic mission. Regardless of whether this task is completed or not, the soldiers on the front line are bound to die, and there is no hope of life. How many soldiers are willing to perform such combat missions? There are more than 200 positions, and each position is separated by a few hundred meters. The first position that contacted the US military was torn to pieces within tens of minutes, and none of the soldiers on it survived. The dozens of positions behind can be seen clearly, but they can’t support them. They can only watch the frontline comrades die. And they also know that the next person who will die is themselves, and they will undoubtedly die. The ordinary army attaches great importance to the first battle of the vanguard. If the first battle is won, the morale will be like a rainbow, and if the first battle is lost, the military will be in turmoil. The 189th Division is now facing the situation that every tens of minutes there will be news of the destruction of the vanguard army. The first position was annihilated, and all the comrades above were dead. The second position was wiped out, and all the comrades on it were dead. The third position was wiped out, and all the comrades on it were dead. . . . In such a situation, the morale of ordinary troops has collapsed long ago, ranging from passive operations to direct surrender. The 189th Division had destroyed hundreds of positions in a row and sacrificed more than half of its soldiers, but still maintained a strong fighting spirit. It successfully persisted for 3 days, leaving enough time for the construction of the rear fortifications. In the end, the 63rd Army successfully held on for 15 days, allowing the main force on the front line to complete the retreat and re-stabilize the position. Li Qiwei had to succumb to such an advantageous combat environment. The US military still failed to complete its combat missions. This completely lost the confidence of the United States in victory and was finally willing to sit down and engage in serious peace talks. In the previous few battles, the volunteers performed what it means to be able to disperse and gather energy. The troops were so fascinating that they easily gathered together to form an encirclement of the US military on a local battlefield, and annihilated the enemy with superior forces. In the fifth battle, the volunteers performed what it means to gather energy and disperse. The troops that have gathered took the initiative to disperse and sacrifice one by one. Through the earth-shaking spirit of sacrifice, the strategic mission was completed. You said that the Volunteers are not afraid of death, it is indeed true that they are not afraid of death. But this kind of not being afraid of death is not a senseless sacrifice, let alone a sea of people charging, but the value of every soldier’s death. Many countries have tried to imitate the Volunteer Army’s tactics that can gather energy and disperse, but they have failed without exception. The combat effectiveness of the dispersed troops has declined sharply, and only a small number of special forces have succeeded. And this fact means that every light infantry unit of the People’s Liberation Army is at the level of special forces when placed abroad. This is why the Chinese army is called the world’s first army, the pinnacle of human light infantry. There is no one before, and it is estimated that there will be no one after. The Volunteer Army’s air force, navy, and heavy firepower are indeed far inferior to the US military, but relying on the advantages of the light infantry, the two sides abruptly tied. Kissinger’s words about China in a BBC interview. China is always protected by a group of brave people.