Tuesday, April 25, 2017

US Nuclear Sub Makes Port Call In Busan, South Korea (Update)

BBC: North Korea tensions: US submarine arrives in South Korea

A US submarine has arrived in South Korea, amid worries of another North Korean missile or nuclear test.

The missile-armed USS Michigan is set to join an incoming group of warships led by aircraft carrier Carl Vinson.

North Korea is celebrating its army's 85th founding anniversary on Tuesday. It marked the event with a large-scale firing drill, South Korea said.

Tensions have risen in the area in recent weeks, with the US and North Korea exchanging heated rhetoric.

Experts fear Pyongyang could be planning more tests - it has marked some key anniversaries in the past with nuclear tests or missile launches.

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More News On The US Nuclear Sub USS Michigan Making A Port Of Call In Busan, South Korea

North Korea remains defiant as US submarine makes port call in Busan -- The Australian/WSJ
US Navy guided-missile sub calls in South Korea -- CNN
US nuclear sub makes port call in South Korea -- Nikkei Asian Review
US Sub Makes Port Call In South Korea Just In Time For North Korea Military Parade -- TASK & Purpose
USS Michigan, locked, docked and loaded, is a missile-packed powerhouse -- FOX News
US nuclear sub docks in S. Korea amid reports of massive artillery drills by North -- RT
US Submarine USS Michigan In South Korea -- Eurasia Review


Anonymous said...

Carrying 154 Tomahawks

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fazman said...

When does the vinsen arrive, should be anyday?

fazman said...

When does the vinsen arrive, should be anyday?