U.S., S. Korea Stage Pre-emptive Attack Drill Targeting DPRK

Pyongyang, June 28 (KCNA) — The air forces of the U.S. and south Korea Tuesday staged a pre-emptive attack drill during the Red Flag joint military exercises in Alaska, according to the south Korean MBC.

The south Korean aircraft were engaged in dog fight exercises and a drill of in-flight refueling from the U.S. air tanker for over 10 days.
Meanwhile, the U.S. imperialist aggression army reportedly deployed long-range air-to-ground missiles to Kunsan U.S. airforce base in North Jolla Province of south Korea to use them in operation for precision attack on the DPRK in contingency.

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