ALERT: American Military Sends CLEAR Message To South Korea… N. Korea PANICKING

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North Korea’s threat to launch a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific coincides with longstanding plans by the U.S. and South Korea to escalate  training in sea, land and air exercises that have traditionally caused Pyongyang to respond in kind.

In the past, North Korea has responded to the annual exercises by carrying out missile launches or live-fire artillery drills, calling the joint exercises — which often include mock landings between U.S. Marines and South Korean troops — a rehearsal for war.

But with more than 100 sorties a day, pilots like Capt. Tyler Holley, 30, of Jacksonville, Fla.,  gets plenty of time to practice against a potential clash with the North.

“We’re working on how to kill targets more effectively,” said Holley, who flies an A-10 Thunderbolt II for the 25th Fighter Squadron. Also known as a Warthog, the attack jet was designed around a massive nose cannon that’s famous for the buzz it makes when fired.

There was a lot of jet traffic on Osan’s runways during the exercise, he said.

“We’ve gone at more of a real-world op tempo,” Holley added.

The annual test of wills this year is playing out against increasing tension between North Korea and the U.S., with President Trump warning of “fire and fury” if Pyongyang issues more threats, and North Korea responding with — more threats.

The U.S. Navy has been in the South pacific for some time now and has carried out vast conflict training along with Japan.

“As a matter of routine, we do not discuss the details regarding future operations. We have a longstanding and ironclad alliance with our ROK (Republic of Korea) Navy partners,” said Lt. Tabitha Klingensmith, a public affairs officer at the U.S. Naval Forces Korea, according to Yonhap. “Both navies routinely share information to ensure the continued security of the ROK. North Korea is a volatile and dangerous threat, and we will continue to work openly with our ROK partners to counter any threat presented.”

North Korea’s warning to President Donald Trump and the US on Thursday certainly included the country’s usual fiery rhetoric, but underneath its saber rattling banter it may have been signaling a more personal message.

The statement, which called Trump “a frightened dog” and a “dotard,” was delivered by Kim Jong Un himself, and it even included a picture of the North Korean leader sitting behind a desk, apparently reading from the statement.  (“Dotard” an old person, especially one who has become weak or senile.)

Describing Trump’s Tuesday appearance before the UN General Assembly, Kim Jong Un said: “I expected he would make stereotyped, prepared remarks a little different from what he used to utter in his office on the spur of the moment as he had to speak on the world’s biggest official diplomatic stage.”

North Korea already appeared to be following through with its latest threat. Shortly after Kim made his statement, North Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs Ri Yong Ho said his country may consider testing a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean and satellite images show North Korea is ready to do so.

As the stage is set for a conflict with North Korea, it has become evidently clear that it is no longer “if”  but rather “when” will the President of the United States give the command to begin the Pacific Theater engagement.

(H/T STARS AND STRIPES)

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