2Pentagon Sends Two More Aircraft Carriers

CVN-76 Ronald Reagan | Photo Credit WikiMedia

South Korean news outlet Yonhap reports that the Pentagon has directed three U.S. aircraft carriers to head towards the Korean Peninsula. Beyond the CVN-70 Carl Vinson, the U.S. has also sent the CVN-76 Ronald Reagan and the CVN-86 Nimitz.

These two carriers are coming from Japan and Oregon, so they will arrive sometime next week. One senior government official also revealed that the U.S. and South Korea will soon be discussing joint drills that include the trio of carriers.

Trump Administration Delivers A Message

President Trump | Photo Credit CNN

Zero Hedge reports:

“While details are scarce, and we would urge confirmation from US-based sources, Yonhap also reports that according to the government source the operation of three aircraft carriers in the same location is unusual, and demonstrates the US commitment to North Korea. Other sources said the Trump administration is demonstrating deterrence by acting on its behalf. “We expect it to be completely different from the previous administration.”

“On Sunday, Pyongyang launched an unidentified projectile, but the test reportedly failed. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) stated that the attempted launch was conducted from the area near North Korea’s eastern port city of Sinpo, but likely ended in a failure.”

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