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Wednesday, 11 October 2017 19:17

U.S. Bombers Fly Over Korean Peninsula in Latest Show of Force

Written by  Mikael Thalen

The U.S. military flew two B1-B bombers over the Korean Peninsula Tuesday in the latest show of force towards North Korea.

The long-range aircraft, which originated from Guam’s Andersen Air Force Base, was joined by South Korean and Japanese military jets during the nighttime mission.

#USAF bombers conduct #bilateral missions w/Japan, S. Korea near Sea of Japan, demonstrating unshakeable alliance https://t.co/ke8xp8ogxz pic.twitter.com/3ebK3ewn4q

— PACAF (@PACAF) October 10, 2017

According to a statement from the U.S. Pacific Air Forces, the flyover represents “the first time U.S. Pacific Command B-1B Lancers have conducted combined training with JASDF and ROKAF fighters at night.”

“Participating in bilateral training enables the operational units to improve their combined capabilities and tactical skills, while also building bilateral confidence and strong working relationships,” the statement said.

The drills came just one day after it was revealed that suspected North Korean hackers obtained U.S.-South Korean war plans for a potential conflict with Pyongyang last year.

“These plans are aimed at winning a war at an early stage by minimizing damage to South Korea and carrying out pinpoint decapitation operations against top North Korean leaders,” The Chosun Ilbo’s Pak Soo-chan wrote.

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Last modified on Thursday, 12 October 2017 00:26

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