August 10, 2017
In what may be its boldest move yet, North Korea details an upcoming plan to launch missiles targeted for waters off the coast of Guam.
Its head of strategic force’s released a statement Thursday morning saying talks with President Trump are not possible, and only force will work.
He also outlined his plan to launch four intermediate-range missiles, which would fly over Japan and land around 20 miles from Guam.
However, this will need approval from Kim Jong Un in the next week before its carried out.
In a show of military force, two American B-1B bombers fly alongside the our South Korean and Japanese allies during a series of bilateral missions.
After taking off from the Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, the aircraft flew over Japan and the Korean Peninsula during a 10 hour mission before landing back in Guam.
Photos show the group practicing intercept and formation training following North Korea’s threat against the U.S. territory.
A pilot on the mission said the more “we interface with our allies the better prepared we are to fight.”