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In recent years, the U.S. and India have overcome a frosty history to develop a close defense relationship, including holding joint military and naval exercises and signing a key agreement on the transfer of valuable military technology.
The Reagan strike group, which is based in Japan, just wrapped up a week of naval exercises with South Korean forces.
The latest warnings from Pyongyang follow weeks of rising tensions, which promise to escalate further when the US and South Korea joint naval exercises begin Monday.
Sensing an opportunity, North Korea obtained licenses to manufacture replicas of Soviet and Chinese weapons, ranging from assault rifles and artillery rockets to naval frigates and battle tanks.
An armada of air and naval forces should support these ground troops, providing an unbroken chain of support that can deliver millions of pounds of supplies, week after week, for as long as necessary.
The United States, for example, undertakes similar endeavors with various countries all over the world: Witness recent naval exercises in tandem with South Korea.
The drills are the second part of China-Russian naval exercises this year, the first part of which was staged in the Baltic in July.
Spain’s new command of the Gulf of Mexico also allowed France to deploy all its naval forces against the British during the battles of the Chesapeake and Yorktown.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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