WAR DRUMS: Japanese destroyers join US strike group amid tensions on Korean Peninsula

Two Japanese Navy destroyers have joined the carrier strike group ‘USS Carl Vinson’ heading towards the Korean Peninsula for a massive show of force as North Korea prepares to mark the 85th anniversary of the foundation of its military. The Japanese warships, destroyers ‘Ashigara’ and ‘Samidare’, left the navy’s Sasebo base early on Friday for a rendezvous with the ‘USS Carl Vinson’ group off North Korean shores, NHK reports. Defense Ministry officials said the

details of the joint US-Japan naval exercise are yet to be determined. The drill comes as an apparent show of force aimed at deterring North Korea, which will mark the 85th anniversary of the foundation of its military next week. Though little is known about the naval exercise, the event was announced by the Japanese Navy earlier last week. “Japan wants to dispatch several destroyers as the ‘Carl Vinson’ enters the East China Sea,” said one of the Japanese military sources, as cited by Reuters. READ MORE

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1 Comment on "WAR DRUMS: Japanese destroyers join US strike group amid tensions on Korean Peninsula"

  1. This is old news. Why do you keep posting old crap?

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