U.S. Navy tackles China by poking holes in standoff defenses
The major tactical problems that analysts foresee in the Asia-Pacific theater are the anti-access, area-denial (A2AD) environments that could be created by the array of military products that China sells to other countries and incorporates into its own forces. At the same time, the U.S. Navy and Air Force are tying their missions more closely together as part of Air-Sea Battle. A particularly revealing comment about the technology and weaponry to support the new concept came from Air ...
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