ROK Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard kick off regular two-day Dokdo defense drill Thursday


South Korea’s Navy Marine Corps and
Coast Guard kicked off their regular two-day dokdo defense drill on Thursday
the Navy official confirmed that eight vessels including a 3200 ton destroyer
and five aircraft were deployed in the drill the Dokdo defense drill which aims
to defend Korea’s easternmost islets dates back to 1986 and has been held
twice a year since 2003 the last drill took place in mid-june this year Dokdo
Island has belonged to Korea since ancient times and is under the legal and
effective control of the South Korean government but Japan continues to make
false claims to it

One thought on “ROK Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard kick off regular two-day Dokdo defense drill Thursday

  1. It's amazing – Koreans openly invade other country's territory based on their own belief, not based on any international recognition!! And they do not want to take the issue to the international court to settle the issue? – from Americas

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