The U.S. military has no plans to begin evacuating U.S. families from South Korea, a spokesman said Wednesday following Sen. Lindsey Graham's suggestion that it was getting too dangerous to keep noncombatants on the divided peninsula. The South Carolina Republican's remarks that he believes it's time to start withdrawing family members of the some 28,500 U.S. troops stationed in the country caused concern among many who fear being separated from their loved ones more than saber rattling from North Korea. For more details, see this Military.com article.
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