US, Japan, and South Korea Held First-Ever Joint Air Exercise Amid North Korean Nuclear Threats. The three countries, America, Japan, and South Korea, jointly organized an aerial exercise, marking a significant response to the nuclear threats posed by North Korea.
South Korean Air Force has announced that on Monday, October 22nd, the country’s military conducted an aerial parade to strengthen military cooperation among the three countries.
The announcement states that an American B-52 bomber, capable of carrying atomic bombs, participated alongside South Korean and Japanese fighter jets.
Although these three countries occasionally hold military maritime exercises, this is the first time they have conducted a trilateral aerial exercise.
Japan and South Korea have established themselves as vital military allies of the United States within the Southeast Asian region.
Together, they host approximately 80,000 American troops, reflecting their commitment to collective security and defence in Asia-Pacific.
North Korea’s inclusion of nuclearization in its constitution has prompted a coordinated response from South Korea, Japan, and the United States. In light of this development, these three nations signed a military agreement to counter the nuclear threats posed by Kim Jong-un.