South Korea, U.S., Japan Stage Anti-Submarine Exercises against North Korea

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The navies of South Korea, the United States, and Japan held their trilateral anti-submarine drills for the first time in five years on Friday, after North Korea’s series of missile provocations this week. The one-day, three-nation training was held in the Korean Peninsula’s east coast to deal with North Korea’s increased capability to shoot missiles from submarines. South Korean officials said last weekend that they had discovered the signs of North Korea’s preparation to test-fire a missile from a submarine.