Communists Call Provocations “Southwest of Taiwan Island”

On September 17, the Chinese PLA Eastern Theater Command (ETC) sent its naval and air forces, including warships, airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft and bombers, to conduct the combined cordon and patrol, as well as realistic combat drills in the sea area and airspace to the southwest of the Taiwan Island, said Army Senior Colonel Shi Yi, spokesperson for the…

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September 8 Communist Incursions in Taiwan ADIZ

Air activities in the southwestern ADIZ of ROC Activities of the Chinese Communist People’s Liberation Army: 1. Date Date: Republic of China September 8, 110 (Wednesday morning) September 8,2021 (Wednesday morning) 2. Aircraft Type: Two J-16 sorties (Two J-16) Yun-8 remote dryer 1 sortie (One Y-8 EW) Three, activity summary Activity Area: Activity diagram, photos Flight paths as illustrated Fourth,…

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Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group Enters South China Sea

September 8, 2021 – The Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group (VINCSG) is operating in the South China Sea for the first time during the group’s 2021 deployment. While in the South China Sea, the strike group is conducting maritime security operations, which include flight operations with fixed and rotary wing aircraft, maritime strike exercises, and coordinated tactical training between surface…

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September 5th Communist Aircraft Incursions in Taiwan ADIZ

Air activities in the southwestern ADIZ of ROC Activities of the Chinese Communist People’s Liberation Army: 1. Date Date: September 5, 110, Republic of China (Sunday) September.5,2021 (Sunday) 2. Aircraft Type: Y-8 anti-submarine aircraft 1 sortie (One Y-8 ASW) 4 H-6 sorties (Four H-6) 10 J-16 sorties (Ten J-16) Su Kai-30 aircraft 4 sorties (Four SU-30) Three, activity summary Activity…

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Frigate Yantai Conducted Weapons Trials in Yellow Sea

The guided-missile frigate Yantai (Hull 538) attached to a destroyer flotilla with the navy under the PLA Northern Theater Command fires its main gun at mock sea targets during a maritime live-fire training exercise in waters of the Yellow Sea in late July. The training exercise focused on subjects including striking maritime and aerial targets, joint search and rescue, anti-submarine…

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Communist China Deploys Two Ships for “Fisheries Law Enforcement”

July 30, 2021 – As likely the worst violator of international fishery norms, communist China deployed two vessels from Shanghai July 30th for the North Pacific Ocean to enforce fisheries law. This would almost be funny if it wasn’t so sad. Propaganda announcement: The two vessels will cruise on the high seas of the North Pacific Ocean during a 31-day…

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Communist China Propaganda: “US should stop distorting facts for selfish purposes”

July 29, 2021 – “Speak the truth, and stop the lies,” said Senior colonel Wu Qian, a spokesperson for the Chinese Defense Ministry, at a regular press conference on Thursday when responding to a recent US Congressional Research Service (CRS) report claiming that the Chinese Navy posed a major challenge to the US Navy, the first of its kind since…

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Communist China Threatens Japan Over Senkaku Islands

May 27 — Some recent actions taken by Japan, in total disregard of the basic norms governing international relations, has grossly interfered in China’s internal affairs, deliberately hyped up the so-called “China’s military threat”, and groundlessly accused China’s legitimate maritime activities. China firmly opposes that and has lodged stern representation with the Japanese side, said Senior Colonel Tan Kefei, spokesperson…

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Việt Nam resolutely rejects China’s unilateral fishing ban

April 30, 2021 – Vice Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Đoàn Khắc Việt underlined Việt Nam’s objection to China’s recent fishing ban while detailing Việt Nam’s viewpoints on several issues related to the East Sea (South China Sea) at the ministry’s regular press conference on Thursday. Replying to a question about reports the Chinese coastguard declared it will…

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