U.S. & South Korea Stage Massive Biggest Ever Live Drill - Preparing For Something BIG?





 
There are so many things going on in this year’s US and South Korea’s live fire exercise that it’s hard to remember what you’re seeing because each drill just keeps raising the ante over the previous one. All I know is that there were a ton of tanks, helicopters that filled the sky, planes that scorched flybys, and so many explosions that ripped up the Earth.

It was the biggest live-fire exercise that South Korea has ever done and involved 3,000 US and South Korean soldiers, over 100 tanks and armored vehicles, 120 heavy guns, 45 helicopters, and more than 40 fighter jets. Pyongyang "south korea" korea u.s. usa america "united states" live training exercise "u.s. army" force defense secure security sky skies history historic asia japan china 2015 2016 future skills flight performance news media entertainment trends trending trendy society relationship friendship elite power control helicopter "air show" show win winner strength prepare leadership

The live-fire drill was held Friday near the border town of Pocheon.
The joint military exercises follow days of tensions between North and South Korea. Such exercises in the past have infuriated North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who often responds with strong threats to both Washington and Seoul.

Kim on Friday said he credits his country's of its negotiating skills, for the ability to secure a "landmark" agreement with the South when the two countries recently found themselves on the brink , according to Pyongyang's KCNA new agency. The deal between the North and the South was reached after round-the-clock negotiations in the border truce village of Panmunjom.

South Korea turned off its propaganda broadcasts into North Korea on Tuesday as part of the agreement to defuse the latest tensions on the Korean peninsula. South Korean presidential security adviser Kim Kwan-jin said the two Koreas also agreed to hold talks soon, either in Seoul or Pyongyang, about improving ties 62 years after they ended the Korean with a truce, not a peace treaty.

The United States, a staunch ally of South Korea, welcomed the agreement and said it hoped tensions on the Korean peninsula will be diminished.






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