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U.S., South Korea Step Up Drills On Watch For Pyongyang Nuclear Test

The U.S. and South Korea are conducting military drills at their fastest pace in years to show their readiness as tensions rise on the divided Korean Peninsula.

South Korean and American forces on Wednesday practiced replacing bridges destroyed by enemy fire in order to transport tanks and other equipment in the northern city of Yeoju, as part of their annual Hoguk field exercise that began Monday and runs through Oct. 28.

The allies are flexing their capabilities on land, sea and air as signs point to a potential nuclear test by North Korea.

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