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U.S., S Korean conduct amphibious landing drill

2008-11-07 07:04:36 GMT2008-11-07 15:04:36 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

South Korean marine amphibious vehicles move toward a beach during a joint landing exercise of the U.S. and South Korean forces in the southeastern port of Pohang, Republic of Korea on Nov. 6, 2008. The exercise involves 6,000 Korean Marines and some 2,000 US Marines from a unit based on Okinawa of Japan.(Xinhua Photo)

Soldiers participate in a joint landing exercise of the U.S. and South Korean forces in the southeastern port of Pohang, Republic of Korea on Nov. 6, 2008.(Xinhua Photo)

Members of the South Korean Marine Corps run in front of the amphibious assault vehicle during the U.S.- South Korea joint amphibious landing operation drill along the shore in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul, November 6, 2008.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

A tank participates in a joint landing exercise of the US and South Korean forces in the southeastern port of Pohang, Republic of Korea on November 6, 2008. [CFP]

South Korean marine amphibious vehicles move toward a beach during a joint landing exercise of the US and South Korean forces in the southeastern port of Pohang, Republic of Korea on November 6, 2008. [CFP]

South Korean marine amphibious vehicles move toward a beach during a joint landing exercise of the U.S. and South Korean forces in the southeastern port of Pohang, Republic of Korea on Nov. 6, 2008. The exercise involves 6,000 Korean Marines and some 2,000 US Marines from a unit based on Okinawa of Japan.

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