It has been 55 years since President Kim Il Sung set forth the slogan “A-Match-for-a-Hundred,” when visiting the Taedoksan frontline post together with leader Kim Jong Il on February 6, Juche 52 (1963).

That day, the President acquainted himself in detail with the military service of servicepersons at the post and said that a general well-versed in battle has been called a-match-for-a-hundred combatant from olden times.

He also put forward the task and ways to train them politically, ideologically and in military technique and set forth the slogan “A-Match-for-a-Hundred” to be adhered to by the Korean People’s Army (KPA).

Bearing the intention of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il in their mind, servicepersons at the post have prepared themselves to be “A-Match-for-a-Hundred” combatants.

And the enthusiasm for military and political training started at the Taedoksan post, the native place of the slogan, has prevailed over the whole army to be conducive to strengthening the KPA into an invincible one.

Now the KPA is demonstrating its might as the invincible revolutionary armed forces fully possessed of actual war capability and equipped with the strongest military muscle in the world under the guidance of respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un who is successfully giving continuity to the history and tradition of “A-Match-for-a-Hundred” pioneered by the peerlessly great men.