'Tomahawks' Near the DPRK 'Serious Challenge to Pyongyang'
The USS Michigan, a nuclear-powered US submarine, has arrived in the South Korean port of Busan amid the ongoing escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula. According to military expert Dmitry Litovkin, the goal of this submarine is to put extreme pressure on North Korea.
The 18,000-metric ton USS Michigan is equipped with 154 Tomahawk missiles that are capable of hitting targets that are up to 1,400 miles away. Its arrival to the port of Busan was reported by the naval forces stationed in South Korea on their official Facebook page.