"U.S. bombers and Republic of Korea fighters are just two of many lethal military options at our disposal", said Lt. Gen. Thomas Bergeson, U.S. Forces Korea deputy commander.
Saturday's drill, created to "sternly respond" to potential missile launches by the North, saw two United States bombers destroy "enemy" missile batteries and South Korean jets mount precision strikes against underground command posts.
The US Air Force B-1 bombers flew near the heavily fortified Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) as part of the training exercise.
The scenario assumed precision bombing of key facilities in the North, including a strike on a hypothetical North Korean ballistic missile launch pad and an underground facility.
Pyongyang has been working to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of hitting the United States.
At the end of a meeting to three, they judged that this gesture of Pyongyang "is a clear indication of the growing threat" of North Korea, and called again for a strengthened sanctions against the country, according to a press release issued by the american presidency.More news: Markelle Fultz tells fans 'I'm ok' after injury scare
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The White House said after the meeting with Abe that the USA was "prepared to use the full range of capabilities" in defence of Japan.
Putin reaffirmed Russia's "firm decision" never to allow North Korean nukes, and expressed his support for Seoul's efforts to bring North Korea back to the table, it added.
Abe condemned what North Korea said was the successful test-launch of an ICBM, saying such a provocation "shows North Korea has no intention of holding serious dialogue". In addition to showcasing their ability to fire into North Korea, Reuters reported Friday that USA forces also have plans to test a controversial missile defense system, called THAAD that has recently been deployed to the peninsula.
North Korea has hailed the ICBM test as marking the completion of is strategic weapons capability that it says includes atomic and hydrogen bombs. Trump the same day warned of a "severe response" to the latest missile test.
Before the cameras left, the prime minister asked: "How do you see the shocking escalation by North Korea, manifested most recently in the latest test; how do you see the best means of dealing with this, to stop this reckless conduct which threatens the peace of our region?"
The THAAD interceptors will be fired from Alaska.