What is the point of not only deploying the three B-2s to North Korea?
Although the United States and North Korea agreed not to conduct military exercises during the Pyeong Chang Olympics, the U.S. military sent three B-2 stealth bombers to Guam. Pentagon officials said the move is "sending a signal to all" as part of the preparations by the U.S. military to take action.

The U.S. Air Force confirmed on Thursday (January 11) that it has deployed three B-2 stealth bomber aircraft capable of carrying nuclear weapons to Guam, widely interpreted as a strong U.S. signal to North Korea.

However, Pentagon Chief Spokesman Dana White told reporters on Thursday: "We can act tonight." She said the United States will retain the military's "all-encompassing" power if there is any need in any part of the Pacific. .

Send a signal to everyone
White said the Pentagon move sent a signal that the United States is "prepared to fight tonight," even in an effort to ease the tensions in this area.

At a press conference in the Pentagon, a reporter asked why the U.S. military stopped the exercise during the Olympic Games and dispatched B-2 bombers on the other hand. Lieutenant-General Kenneth F. McKenzie, the director of the U.S. Joint Staff, responded that dispatch of bomber planes is an ongoing program deployment that affects not only the Korean peninsula but also the wider Pacific Union's coalition. This is why bomber deployment.

McKinsey added: "If you think it is just a signal to the situation in the Korean Peninsula that's wrong, this deployment has an impact on the entire Pacific."

A reporter asked Lieutenant-General McKinsey if this deployment was not aimed at North Korea. When the U.S. military also sent a signal to the CCP, McKinsey replied that the U.S. military deployed strategic bombers across half of the globe, signaling to all.


What is the point of not only deploying the three B-2s to North Korea?
The United States military dispatched three B-2 stealth bombers to Guam. Pentagon officials said the move is "sending a signal to all people." (Wikipedia public domain)
U.S. to Strengthen Its Military Deployment in the Pacific
In addition to the B-2 bomber, the U.S. Navy said on the 5th that the "Carl Vincennes" aircraft carrier combat group, affiliated with the U.S. Navy's Third Fleet, carried more than 6,000 navies who had left their home port of San Diego on the west coast of the United States for the tense situation west Pacific.

The Navy also said that "Carl Vinson", the missile cruiser "Lake Champlain" and two missile destroyers "Wayne Meyer" and "Michael Murphy" are undergoing regular deployment.

Major General John Fuller, the battleship commander, said he looks forward to the battle group's further demonstration of the evolving combat capabilities of the Third Fleet in the Pacific region, demonstrating "our well-trained and mission-ready determination."

On January 6, US naval amphibious assault ship USS Wasp joined the combat zone of the Seventh Fleet, allowing the U.S. military to stealth attacks in the Pacific region.

The 40,000-ton, 844-foot amphibious assault ship is essentially an aircraft carrier, the Baby Aircraft Carrier, which has been upgraded to the new US Marine Corps F-35B Stealth Fighter.

Carl, former director of the United Pacific Command's Joint Intelligence Center. Carl Schuster said the ability of the aircraft to take off from the "Hornet" rather than the aircraft carrier has brought a new dimension to the operational capabilities of the U.S. military.

Schuster said that under "international law", the U.S. warship battle group formed a national territory just as the F-35 was moved inside the United States. "Unlike the United States base in a foreign country, U.S. warships can dispatch fighters to take off without informing any one party (without the need of obtaining the permission of another country."

"Hornet" Commander Andrew. Colonel Andrew Smith said: "This move ensures that our state-of-the-art air combat platforms are deployed on the front line."

According to the Voice of America, senior U.S. military officials said that in 2018 the U.S. military will focus on enhancing lethality in the Asia Pacific region and will strive to prioritize the most advanced weapons and equipment to the Western Pacific region. 

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