The possibility of a debilitating war between North Korea and the United States of America may be fast approaching as both leaders of each nation have not yet to find the necessary solution to avert a full-scale war. On Tuesday it was reported that Kim Jong-un conducted a large-scale live-fire exercise to showcase the strength of his military.

However, while North Korea was showcasing its armed forces prowess, the USS Carl Vinson and its crew made their way to the Korean peninsula and docked in the waters off South Korea’s coastline. The U.S. President ordered the deployment of the warship amid the growing tension that had ensued over North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs.

Military officials of S.Korea, Japan and U.S.A. met in Tokyo

Several top officials from Japan, South Korea, and the United States recently held a meeting in Tokyo. And it was reported that leaders of the three nations were worried that the North Korean leader would order his military to conduct another long-range missile or nuclear weapons launch. The fear is in light of the 85th anniversary of the country's armed forces as well as the recent sanctions that were levied by the United Nations Committee (NATO).

Jong-un's said his military is ready to demolish U.S.A.

They were expecting Jong-un to retaliate against the new sanctions. However, instead of his regular nuclear test or large scale missile launch, the North Korean leader opted for numerous long-range artillery live-firing drills.

The test was carried out at the Wonsan airbase where missiles were reportedly tested before; the airbase is on the eastern coast of North Korea.

The South Korean Joint Chiefs of staff office reported that the North Korean President had scheduled the large-scale live drill to commence in the afternoon at the Wonsan military base.

South Korea is a staunch ally of the United States of America and the number one enemy of North Korea. However, the South Korean Yonhap News Agency said the situation is firmly being monitored and its armed forces are ready to take on any challenge posed by the Kim Jong-un military.

Meanwhile, North Korea’s Rodong Sinmun newspaper on its front page boasts of cutting edge military equipment such as wide varieties of precision small size nuclear weapons and submarine launchers with ballistic missiles.

The media outlet also said its leader was prepared to dismantle the U.S. nuclear blackmailing scheme. Additionally, the state-owned media network lauded the 85th anniversary of the Korean People's Army, which it claimed has a massive strike power that is capable of annihilating all its enemies.