Published On: Fri, Nov 10th, 2017

Pacific Military Exercise: US Navy Run The Three Aircraft Carrier-Military Exercises Near North Korea

During the visit of the American president Donald Trump in Asia, United States has released a tension raising statement on Wednesday that US navy will start the military exercise in Pacific near North Korean Peninsula with three aircraft career.


Donald Trump now a day on the official visit of Asia where he is meeting with the leaders especially for the purpose of imposing new serious sanctions over North Korea.

As US secretary of state has said that China and America will sign on some contracts for the international sanctions to week the economy of the Pyongyang.

The tensions in the region are increasing as the both powerful countries are fighting the war of words, with the passage of time the clashes between United States and North Korea.

In recent days US has said that they will not the bear the speedy growth of Pyongyang’s nuclear powers as it is against the peace laws of world and North Korea should not underestimate the power of American military.

Now American Navy is sending their three aircraft career to the Western Pacific for the military exercise which is pushing the situation toward more worse as North Korea will show again anger on this US behavior because United States military is showing their power to their enemy near their house.

According to latest reports, US officials said on Wednesday that three aircraft carriers will run on the Pacific near the North Korean Peninsula in which self defense ships and aircraft will join the hands in exercise.

Some of the Navy’s strike groups will join the exercise like Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture-based USS Ronald Reagan, USS Nimitz and USS Theodore Roosevelt while the exercise will start Saturday and end will go on till Tuesday.

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