Trump Weights Sending Bombers To South Korea After Norths Missile Launch

Norths Missile Launch

North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un continues to push his luck as he order more missiles to be launched as a show of strength.

Now President Trump and the US military chiefs are reportedly planning to fly in B-1 and B-52 bombers to South Korea in response to the launch.

South Korea and the US have also started their annual Foal Eagle military exercise as a show of strength to try and deter North Korea as they deploy 300,000 South Korean troops and 15,000 US personnel in this operation.

Washington is also expected to deploy a series of strategic assets from the US as well as from military bases in Guam and Japan, reports the Korea Times.

The USS Carl Vinson, a Nimitz-class carrier, will be joining the Foal Eagle exercise with dozens of fighter jets, early warning aircraft and anti-sub craft.

It will be accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Champlain (CG-57) and two Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers.

From the US Marine Corps in Japan, F-35B stealth fighters will be deployed to the peninsula for the first time.

“An F-35B is capable of evading anti-aircraft radar and making preemptive strikes,” a military official said.

North Korea repeatedly protests that both Foal Eagle and Key Resolve are rehearsals for invasion.

What do you think, is it time to take out Kim?

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