DOD Wants More Talks With China For Flight Safety, Deterrence

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley, then the U.S. Army Chief of Staff, visits with Chinese counterpart Gen. Li Zuocheng during a visit to Beijing in 2016.
Credit: U.S. Army
Direct talks between the U.S. Air Force and China’s People’s Liberation Army Air Force have “dried up” over recent years and need to be restarted on Beijing’s end to avoid unsafe and unprofessional interactions in flight, a senior USAF leader said. Lt. Gen. Kevin Schneider, the director of the Air...

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