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    Despite the recent war of words between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the US Pacific Fleet stayed calm and seemingly unaware of the rhetoric.

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    According to military sources cited by Defense News, the US Pacific Command (PACOM) staff is not "setting their hair on fire; it’s calm and professional. It‘s really D.C. rhetoric that’s driving this whole thing."

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