Fullerton Golf Course will return to full-scale military training next week.

Military personnel from the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada will be deployed at the Westlakes golf course and other US military facilities across the country beginning next week, according to the Navy.

“These exercises are intended to provide training for our military personnel to prepare for future missions,” a Navy spokesperson told ABC News.

“It’s not a drill for an exercise.”

The exercises come amid heightened tensions in the region, with North Korea threatening to test a nuclear missile and launching missiles toward Guam.

On Tuesday, the U.S. military also conducted an aerial bombardment of North Korea’s westernmost island, Panmunjom, following Pyongyang’s latest missile launch.

The US has stepped up military exercises across the Pacific Rim since the North Korean crisis, and has deployed an aircraft carrier group to the region.

The U.K. has also begun deploying nuclear-capable destroyers to the Pacific and has said it is prepared to deploy nuclear weapons in the event of a nuclear conflict with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.