US, south Korea begin joint military exercise
Amman, South Korea and the United States kicked off their annual joint military exercises Sunday after they were delayed about a month for the Winter Olympics and to help create conditions for a resumption of talks between North and South Korea.
The Foal Eagle field exercise, which usually involves combined ground, air, naval and special operations troops, will continue for a month. The computer-simulated Key Resolve is scheduled for two weeks starting in mid-April.
Roughly 300,000 South Korean soldiers were participating in the four-week Foal Eagle training alongside more than 11,500 US troops, according to South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency.
Source: Jordan News Agency