U.S. To Hold Naval Exercises With South Korea

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U.S. To Hold Naval Exercises With South Korea

Following a report that blamed North Korea for torpedoing a South Korean warship, Washington announced it would conduct joint naval exercises with Seoul. What do you think?

  • "This comes at a good time. The U.S. Navy has been mainly occupied with circling Cuba for the past 48 years."

    Corinne Miller
  • "While I certainly feel bad for South Korea, I also feel extremely frightened of either Korea."

    Bobby Hudson
    Systems Analyst
  • "That’s great. It's always good to have an exercise buddy to keep you motivated and focused on your personal goals."

    Luke Jenifer
    Farm Crew Leader
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