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US soldiers during a field artillery battalion gun raid drill at a military training field in Pocheon on March 19.
Photographer: Jung Yeon-je/AFP/Getty Images
South Korea plans to hold its “largest-ever” live-fire drills with the US in a move certain to anger North Korea, which has ramped up its provocations to new levels in response to recent military exercises.
The joint drills, which will involve mobilizing high-tech military equipment, are planned for June as part of a program to mark the 70th anniversary of the alliance between South Korea and the US, South Korea’s defense ministry said in a statement Wednesday.