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Published On: Sun, Mar 31st, 2013

US Moves F-22 fighters to further warn the North Korea regime

U.S. F-22 stealth fighter jets arrived in South Korea on Sunday for exercises as part of an effort to demonstrate advanced military capabilities, seeking to deter provocations from North Korea, according to reports.

F-22 are now being placed on the Korean border by the US to deter the North from attacking.  photo by Rob Shenk

F-22 are now being placed on the Korean border by the US to deter the North from attacking. photo by Rob Shenk

The move come after North Korea warned South Korea earlier in the weekend that the Korean peninsula had entered a “state of war,” according to an Associated Press report. Pyongyang threatened to shut down a border factory that is a symbol of North and South Korean cooperation, according to the report.

The US Stealth bombers flying over have shaken the North Koreans further and now the fighters appeared to be key to scaring the regime further.

The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that the arrival of the stealth jets came after previous examples of U.S. air power that included B-52 bombers and B-2 stealth bombers. The F-22 steal jets are normally stationed in Japan at Kadena air force base but flew to a South Korean base for continuing military exercises. Stealth aircraft more easily evade radar tracking.

North and South Korea have technically remained at war for 60 years after the Korean War of 1950 to 1953 finished with an armistice rather than peace treaty.

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