BREAKING: U.S.A. Deploys BOMBERS To South Korea… Here’s What We Know

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By Sassy Liberty AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

On Tuesday, the United States sent two nuclear-capable supersonic bombers streaking over the skies of South Korea – our ally.  This was done in a show of force meant to cow North Korea after recent nuclear testing and also in a goodwill gesture to South Korea, showing them that the U.S. stands with them.

The B-1B bombers were escorted by both U.S. and South Korean jets.  They flew over the world’s most heavily armed military base Osan Air Base, located approximately 75 miles from the North Korean border.  The bombers returned to Anderson Air Force Base in Guam without incident and without landing in South Korea.

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Flyovers like this are fairly common when tensions rise and animosity is high on the Korean Peninsula. There has never been a peace treaty to officially mark the end the Korean Conflict.  Officially, the Conflict lasted from 1950-1953 but given no peace treaty a “state of war” still technically exists.

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South Korea currently has no nuclear capabilities and relies heavily on the U.S. “nuclear umbrella” to keep North Korea in check.  Meanwhile, North Korea is keenly aware of the continued presence of U.S. forces and considers the U.S. a definite nuclear threat. Last week marked the fifth nuclear test conducted by North Korea and it’s most powerful to date. There is fear that North Korea is making headway in its attempts to develop and launch small, sophisticated warheads that can be mounted on missiles that can reach the U.S. mainland.

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According to the nydailynews.com

Nuclear expert Siegfried Hecker, who has regularly visited the North’s nuclear facilities, estimates the North may have enough nuclear fuel for about 20 bombs by the end of 2016 and the ability to add about seven new bombs a year.

This makes the possibility of war with North Korea a very real threat and these flyover missions show of force that much more crucial. The U.S. needs to be perceived as strong militarily.  Any perceived weakness could be used against the U.S.

Sassy Liberty AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS 

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