USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group (CSG) arrived at Busan, South Korea to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the US-South Korea alliance.

The Nimitz CSG comprises of USS Nimitz, USS Bunker Hill, USS Wayne E. Meyer, and USS Decatur, while USS Paul Hamilton and USS Chung-Hoon are detached.

The CSG is set to leave Busan after an open house for Korean citizens on Saturday.

Last week, the Makin Island Amphibious Ready Group docked at Busan as part of Exercise Ssangyong and has now moved to waters near Pohang.

Prior to arriving at Busan, the Nimitz CSG trained with the Republic of Korea Navy and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force.

The US, South Korea, and Japan are conducting joint exercises called the Warrior Shield field training exercises, while North Korea continues to launch ballistic missiles.

Two Russian Navy Tarantul class corvettes launched Moskit P-270 Moskit missiles at a mock sea target in the Sea of Japan.

Royal Canadian Navy frigate HMCS Montreal and replenishment ship MV Asterix departed Halifax for a six-month deployment to the Indo-Pacific, including participation in Operation Neon.

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