Navies From United States, Japan, India, and Australia Joined at the Annual Malabar Excises in Response to the Threat of the Chinese Communist Party

Navies From United States, Japan, India, and Australia Joined at the Annual Malabar Excises in Response to the Threat of the Chinese Communist Party

The first phase of the exercise includes joint maritime operations, anti-submarine operations, air operations, live weapon firing drills, maritime replenishment, cross operations of aircraft lifting and lowering on the deck of the opposing warship, and a maritime interception.
Bill Gertz: CCP’s Stepping Up Military Activities a Flashpoint

Bill Gertz: CCP’s Stepping Up Military Activities a Flashpoint

Bill Gertz with War Room, Tue. July 20: The CCP are stepping up their military activities and their rhetoric, so it's definitely a flashpoint.
US Navy: Chinese Military Makes False Claim About Destroyer in South China Sea

US Navy: Chinese Military Makes False Claim About Destroyer in South China Sea

Writer: Lois US Navy 7th Fleet spokesman Lieutenant Mark Langford stated that the recent claim by China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of driving an American destroyer from the South China Sea is false. Senior Colonel Tian Junli, a PLA Southern Theater Command spokesman, stated on Monday that the US Navy’s guided-missile destroyer USS Benfold trespassed
Taiwan News: US Navy destroyer sails through Taiwan Strait

Taiwan News: US Navy destroyer sails through Taiwan Strait

The mission comes after 28 Chinese People’s Libration Army Air Force planes entered Taiwan’s air defense identification zone. USS Curtis Wilbur, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, “conducted a routine Taiwan Strait June 22 (local time) through international waters in accordance with international law,” the US 7th Fleet said in a statement