The South Korean Military Conducted Amphibious Drills

The military has declined to share details on the drills in an effort to avoid provoking North Korea.

The South Korean military has conducted large-scale drills that coordinate land, sea, and air force personnel for an invasion.

The drills were hosted in Pohang and occurred during the midst of tensions on the Korean Peninsula due to North Korea’s on-going incitements.

The Marine Corps said it carried out important landing operations as part of the on-going exercise. The motion mobilized 6 thousand Navy Marine Corps troops, nearly 40 amphibious vehicles, almost a dozen vessels and just shy of 50 aircrafts.

The military has declined to share details on the drills in an effort to avoid provoking North Korea.