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How the U.S. Air Force in Japan is training amid rising...

U.S. Air Force stealth fighters are taking off in South Korea on a serious training mission. In the U.S. and South Korea's biggest combined...

South Korea, U.S. kick off largest air exercise amid North Korean...

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea and the United States launched their largest-ever joint aerial drills on Monday, officials said, a week after North Korea...

North Korea’s Latest Missile Test Was Even Scarier Than It Seemed

When North Korea tested an intercontinental ballistic missile on Tuesday, analysts quickly determined that the weapon would be able to reach any target in...

Experts: America Doesn’t Need All These Nukes

An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile launches during an operational test at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. Image: USAFIt could cost the...

Rouhani says Iran will continue to produce missiles

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani delivers remarks at a news conference during the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, Sept 20, 2017. (Reuters...

US Has No ‘Coherent Plan for What to Do About N...

Amid escalated tensions on the Korean Peninsula, the US Air Force reportedly intends to put its B-52 bombers back on 24-hour alert. Sputnik spoke...

‘Mad dog’ anti-Trump leaflets, suspected floated in from North Korea, turn...

SEOUL (Reuters) - Propaganda fliers presumed to be from North Korea and calling U.S. President Donald Trump a "mad dog" have turned up across...

Trump Claims U.S. Missile Defenses Are 97.5 Percent Accurate. That’s Not...

An article in War on the Rocks President Donald Trump's claim that the missile defense system protecting the United States is "97.5 percent" accurate....

NKorea Vows ‘Salvo of Missiles’ on Guam as US Gears Up...

North Korea has vowed that a "salvo of missiles" will be unleashed on Guam and that it would keep its hands "closer to trigger"...

How a homemade tool helped North Korea’s missile program

SEOUL, (Reuters) - In 2009, a pop video from North Korea celebrated a new national hero - one that outside experts would later...