Monday, October 16, 2017

N. Korea’s Moving Missiles Ahead Of US-S. Korean Drills as US Nuclear Submarine Arrives In South Korea

North Korea is reportedly moving missiles into position as American and South Korean forces prepare for joint drills.
The Nimitz-class, nuclear-powered supercarrier USS Ronald Reagan will lead allied military exercises next week, training for the possibility of a conflict in Northeast Asia. Around 40 naval vessels are expected to participate in the ten-day drills.
The USS Michigan, a nuclear-powered submarine, 
arrives at the port of Busan in S. Korea. (Yonhap)
“This is a reckless act of war maniacs as it only drives the tense situation on the peninsula into the point of explosion,” North Korean state media said in response, adding the: “U.S. must know it’s not difficult for the DPRK nuclear force to wipe out its war forces and US mainland is within our striking range.”
The deployment of powerful strategic military assets, such as elite bombers, aircraft carriers, and nuclear-powered submarines, to the peninsula has the rogue regime very much on edge.
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1 comment:

piknu said...

I hate North Korea. They are so crazy. A joint drills is something precedent between US and South Korea. Who should be called war maniac?