Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Pentagon builds forces in Pacific, eyes China

Pentagon strategists are re-examining bases such as Kadena on Okinawa because its proximity to China makes it particularly vulnerable, a senior officer said. The other reason to explore options, according to another senior officer, is to disrupt planning by the Chinese military and keep it guessing. Both officers spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly.

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Comment: Don't let that headline fool you. The U.S. is not looking at building air bases in China! They're looking to protect the handful of military industrial complex assets still in the region that they can still afford to protect from China...

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