May 19 2015
The South Korean navy has begun a live-fire exercise in the Sea of Japan, reports the Yonhap news agency (Seoul).
The drill that started Tuesday involves launching surface-to-surface missile and tactical training in order to enhance the navy’s joint capabilities to deter possible provocations by North Korea, said a service statement.
According to the service, around 20 ships are taking part, including the destroyer Yulgok Yii, convoys, submarines as well as Lynx helicopters...
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