U.S. surveillance aircraft arrive in Japan for possible surveillance operation in region


two of the US Air Force’s most advanced
airborne ground surveillance aircraft the joint stars arrived on Sunday at the
US Air Force Base in Okinawa Japan while some speculate the US has sent the
aircraft to monitor North Korea amid its recent missile test observers say the
u.s. may have actually deployed the aircraft to check up on Chinese and
Russian activities this comes a matter of days after China unveiled its
next-generation ICBM at a big parade in Beijing which is said to be able to
carry up to 10 nuclear warheads and can reach any part of the United States

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