Two B-1B bombers train in Korea after North Korea’s ICBM launch

 

 

SEOUL, July 30 (Yonhap) — Two B1-B U.S. bombers flew over South Korea on Sunday in a show of force against North Korea after its launch of another intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the allies’ armed forces announced.The strategic bombers from Guam conducted a joint “air interdiction operation” with four F-15K fighter jets, said South Korea’s Air Force.It came in response to North Korea’s repeated ballistic missile launches and nuclear weapons development.”Our Air Force maintains the precision-strike capability and readiness to burn the enemy’s missile base and its key facilities, including its leadership stronghold to the ground,” South Korea’s Air Force Operations Commander Lt. Gen. Won In-cheol said in a statement. “If the enemy provokes, we will respond immediately and retaliate powerfully.”  

Source: (2nd LD) Two B-1B bombers train in Korea after N. Korea’s ICBM launch

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