Nuclear capable US submarine makes first port call in South Korea in four decades

The nuclear-armed USS Kentucky, seen here departing Alaska in 2017, has made a port call in South Korea Seoul, South Korea CNN —

For the first time in decades, a nuclear capable US Navy ballistic missile submarine has made a port call in South Korea, in a move that comes just days after North Korea test-fired what it said was a solid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missile.

The presence of the Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine in the South Korean port city of Busan was announced by the country’s Defense Ministry on Tuesday afternoon.It came as Kurt Campbell, coordinator for the Indo-Pacific at the […]

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