The British Royal Navy’s Vanguard nuclear submarine recently appeared in South Korean ports. According to reports from South Korean media, the Royal Navy will use South Korean ports to supply supplies and also conduct coronavirus detection.
The British Royal Navy’s nuclear attack submarine passed through the Strait of Malacca on July 25 and entered the South China Sea to perform a “free navigation” military mission, and then began a battle cruise in the East China Sea. The British Royal Navy Vanguard nuclear submarine is part of the HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier strike group. The British aircraft carrier is currently docked at the Naval Base in Guam. Since August 6, there has been no follow-up action on the British aircraft carrier.
The British aircraft carrier changed its scheduled itinerary and came to Guam to dock in the United States. After the British aircraft carrier strike group ended its operations in the South China Sea, it would go to Japan for visits, but it suddenly appeared at the US military base in Guam. The British Royal Navy’s Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier also entered the South China Sea on July 25 in a high-profile manner, but now it is quite calm. The rest of the escorting ships have dispersed, including the vigilante nuclear submarine, which has conducted a single-handed battle cruise in the East China Sea. And arrived at Busan Port, South Korea on August 11 for stop and rest work.