U.S. Fighter Jets Arrive In South Korea For Joint Military Drills

Six U.S. fighter jets arrive in South Korea, for a new round of joint air drills and war rehearsals against North Korea. The F22 Raptors, sent by the Defense Department, arrived earlier on Saturday. They will join the South Korean Air Force in a four day joint military exercise, just days after Pyongyang launched an intercontinental ballistic missile.