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Report on China Naval Modernization and Implications for the U.S. Navy

The following is the Aug. 18, 2017 Congressional Research Service report, China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities — Background and Issues for Congress.


via fas.org

  • D. Jones

    How much time is China spending on gender identification & sensitivity training? How much money is China spending on defenseless LCS programs? How much effort is China putting into Seawolf-level subs, while we continue to shutter our best programs?

  • Rob C.

    US going be in trouble if China decides it wants the Western Pacific for itself. They can put together construction plans to build what they need vs US Navy having argue and justify them having a replacement vessel made never mind a completely new design.

    Sad state of affairs. Specially China may have issues with quality, maybe they don’t have best things so far, but in quality they’ll be able overwhelm someone.

    • kingsugar78

      “They can put together construction plans to build what they need vs US Navy having argue and justify them having a replacement vessel made never mind a completely new design.” And using “our” money. All he while, the POTTYUS and lame assed CONGERS (snark intended) to argue over DACA and silly assed other issued irrelevant to our safety.

  • Ed L

    Looks like the People’s Empire of China is a threat to be reckon with

  • BlueSky47

    “China, schmina, whatever, the LCS can easily defeat any Chinese fleet” so says Duane “…in fact, we don’t need so-called destroyers, or so-called cruisers, or so-called aircraft carriers, heck we don’t even need subs, the LCS can do it all” 😛