The deployment of the Reagan is over, the US supersonic nuclear bombing of the South China Sea operation, experts:do not give China a chance to breathe
The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Reagan, belonging to the U.S. Navy’s Seventh Fleet, has left since mid-term maintenance in June of this year. Japan’s Yokosuka Naval Port has joined the combat deployment. Since its deployment, this aircraft carrier has directed its number one target at China. During this period, it has more than once formed a double carrier strike group with the Nimitz and the Roosevelt aircraft carrier in the South China Sea. However, according to News from the U.S. Navy showed that on November 7, the combat deployment of the aircraft carrier came to an end temporarily. The carrier aircraft had returned to the Iwakuni base in Japan, and the aircraft carrier entered the Yokosuka naval port again for rest. Entering the aircraft carrier window period is also a manifestation of the cooling of the situation, but in fact it is the beginning of a new round of operations.
From ADS-BTransponder signal provided data showed that when the Reagan was released from combat deployment, the United States quickly mobilized three batches of 12 F-22A stealth fighters to the West Coast Hawaiian Strip for deployment. This deployment refers directly to China and the Russian Far East, because the F-22A fighters deployed here can quickly attack the Asia-Pacific region after refueling in the air to complete the air battle against China. At the same time, the F-22A fighters at this base It can also conduct joint operations with the U.S. forces stationed in Japan F-35 fighter jet and Guam F-22A fighter jet. On November 8, the United States once again revealed Fierce fangs.
Deployed on Guam Anderson Air Force Base’s Ninth Expeditionary Bomber Squadron two B-1B strategic bombers went north after takeoff, and 4 KCs that took off from Kadena Base on the first island chain The -135R aerial tanker carried out air fuel protection over the Philippine sea and then entered the South China Sea for activities. This is the first time the US B-1B supersonic nuclear bomber has entered the South China Sea for activities since November. However, the time point when it entered the South China Sea It’s also very clear that the Reagan has just finished deployment, and many military experts said that the US’s actions have clearly sent a signal not to China. A chance to breathe.
The B-1B bomber is currently the only US A strategic bomber with supersonic flight capability. Although the penetration performance of this type of aircraft is not as good as that of the B-2A bomber, the off-zone missiles it carries can also pose a severe challenge to our air defense firepower network. Two B-1B bombers can carry a total of With 48 stealth cruise missiles outside the defense zone, if such a saturation attack is launched, any long-range air defense system will be difficult to parry.
Since 2020, the US Air Force’s strategic bombers have started Dynamic deployment is different from the previous deployment method. Previously, US bombers were deployed on a regular basis for 6 months. This makes it easy for competitors to find a pattern. Now the US deployment method has quietly changed. Anderson Air Force Base, Guam There have been multiple rounds of B-52H and B-1B strategic bomber deployment rotations. This rule has not been found by opponents so far. . Text/Wang Jing Thirteen Faces.