Tag: Deployment

There was a heavy wind on the Sino-Indian border! After India’s 1.3 million troops are assembled, will a two-front war start?

According to a report by the Global Times on December 13, the Indian media”News Today” recently made it clear that in the ongoing confrontation in the eastern region of the so-called”Ladakh”, the Indian army is considering converting part of its combat deployment into a dual mission. In this way they can fight simultaneously on the two fronts of China, India and India. Prior to this, the deployment of the Indian army focused on the western India-Pakistan border.


U.S. media:The Sino-Indian border is tense, and the western theater directly changed from the J-7 to the J-16! China’s attitude has changed

J-7 Since India urgently purchased a large amount of highland supplies, and the Indian army deployed winter barracks on the border, there have been more and more topics about whether there is a war between the two countries. During this period of time, it can be seen that the Indian army is releasing a signal to withdraw, but the deployment on the other side has not stopped. Obviously, the withdrawal is just a”blind sight” for the Indian army to buy more time for its deployment on the border.


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 USS Reagan nuclear-powered aircraft carrier belonging to the Seventh Fleet of the United States Navy has left Yokosuka Naval Port in Japan to join combat deployment since the end of mid-term maintenance in June this year. Since its deployment, this aircraft carrier has directed its number one target to China. The USS Nimitz and the USS Roosevelt have formed a double-carrier strike group on more than one occasion, blazing its strengths in the South China Sea. However, according to information from the US Navy, on November 7, the combat deployment of this aircraft carrier temporarily came to an end. The carrier has returned to Iwakuni, Japan, and the aircraft carrier has entered the Yokosuka Naval Port again for rest. From the outside world, the Asia-Pacific region’s entry into 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.


The US Navy once again sent a nuclear aircraft carrier to show off its muscles to China. Expert:Even if you don’t hit the rocks, you will burn high

However, such frequent deployments have aroused doubts from many experts and insiders in the US Navy, because the”Eisenhower” aircraft carrier will resume its ocean-going mission only six months after returning to the US homeport. The U.S. Navy has a specific term for this deployment method, namely”dual pump” deployment, which refers to an aircraft carrier deployed in the fleet twice in the same combat readiness cycle. The deployment of”dual pumps” is abnormal in peacetime, and it is only necessary to implement it in emergency situations. Such frequent deployment will put tremendous pressure on the crew and equipment. The”Nimitz”-class nuclear aircraft carrier”Eisenhower” has been in service for 43 years, and it is entering the late stage of service. What it should do is to gradually reduce the number of deployments, the length of time, and more maintenance. The current practice of the US Navy is the opposite. Doing it all the way will almost certainly make the aircraft carrier enter another extended maintenance period.


India wants to fight a full-scale war with China? The China-US-India triangle relationship is not as simple as fighting and killing

According to Indian media reports on September 12, the Indian army has deployed military deployments in the Spangur area on the southern shore of Lake Pangong, and the Chinese and Indian forces have also entered each other’s”limited firing range of guns.” The Chinese army will prepare to deploy some militia squads to drive off the Indian army, thereby consolidating the border.


Foreign media:J-20 deployed to Xinjiang Hotan Airport

Forbes News reported on August 18 that commercial satellites captured the Chinese Air Force’s deployment of J-20 fighters at Hotan Airport in Xinjiang. This is the first time a foreign satellite captured my country’s deployment of J-20s in southern Xinjiang.