In response to a statement by ruling party lawmakers urging the postponement of training for the Korea-US coalition, the Pentagon has stated that “the planned schedule will not change.” Prior to this, 76 members of the Democratic Party of Korea (66 people), the Open Democratic Party (3 people), and the Justice Party (6 people) said in a statement on the 1st, “Now, Korea and the United States are trying to bring the North to the dialogue table. “When active and positive approach is required,” he said, “I urge the Korean and American authorities to postpone the Korea-US joint training.” In response, Pentagon spokesman John Supple told Radio Free Asia (RFA) on Wednesday that “the planned training schedule (in August) has not changed.” “Military readiness is a top priority for the US Defense Secretary, and coalition training is the main way to ensure the readiness of the Korea-US alliance.” “Such training has a non-provocative and defensive character. The aim is to maintain the readiness of the Korea-US alliance so that it can fight tonight to protect its safety. ” According to military officials, Korean and US military officials are pre-arranging for computer-simulated command post training (CPX) next month. A military official said, “Every year, the joint training in the second half of the year has been carried out indoors in the form of a wargame.” “We do not anticipate a large-scale field maneuver training that was postponed because of the new Corona last year.” The position of the US administration, which mentioned the gradual approach to North Korea, is not expected to change significantly. Pentagon spokesman Kirby declined to announce the resumption of large-scale coalition maneuver training on the 21st of last month. The movement of US military information assets is also active in response to the North Korean military summer training starting this month. According to aircraft tracking websites such as Flight Radar 24, major US military reconnaissance aircraft such as Joint Stars (E-8C ground operation control aircraft), Global Hawk (high altitude unmanned reconnaissance aircraft), and Cobra Ball (RC-135S special reconnaissance aircraft) Aircraft have recently gathered around the Korean Peninsula to keep track of North Korean troops. Some have analyzed that it is to grasp the movement of North Korea’s provocation around the US Independence Day (4th). Military officials are aware that to date no peculiar movements of the North Korean army have appeared. “We expect the North Army’s summer training to usually begin around July,” said Kim Jurrak, director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at a regular briefing on the 1st. “Currently, we are closely tracking and monitoring related activities.” Clarified.