Nuclear submarine of the US Navy USS Michigan class Ohio arrived in South Korean port Pusan. About it reports South Korean Agency Yonhap, citing the U.S. Navy.
The submarine arrived in the southern port of Busan as part of a planned deployment of its mission in the West Pacific ocean.
USS Michigan is armed with over 150 tactical Tomahawk missiles that hit the target at a distance of about 2000 km, and is one of the largest submarines in the world.
The submarine is able to hit the main objects of North Korea in support of the missions of special operations, according to the Agency.
October 1, 2017, the United States promised to send during the month aircraft carrier group led by aircraft carrier “Ronald Reagan” (CVN-76) to the Korean Peninsula to participate in joint exercises with the Navy of South Korea.