North Korea is threatening to nuke Guam — here’s what the US military has there

President Donald Trump on Tuesday threatened North Korea with "fire and fury"unlike the world had ever seen, and shortly thereafter, Pyongyang responded by saying it might strike Guam.

More specifically, Pyongyang said that it was considering hitting Andersen Air Force Base with medium or long-range ICBMs to "to send a serious warning signal to the US," according to CNN.

Guam, which is a US territory in the Pacific Ocean about 2,200 miles from North Korea, is home to Joint Region Marianas, a US military command that includesAndersen Air Force Base.

Here's what the US military has there:

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