US Considers Deploying Multi-Domain Task Force in Asia

It is reported on July 27th, that US Army Charles Flynn talked in an interview with Nikkei Asia concerning the US military’s consideration of deploying task forces with integrated missile, electronic and cyber capabilities in Asia in order to deter China’s aggression in the Taiwan Strait and the South China Sea.Known as the multi-domain task force, this army division comprises several thousand soldiers who are based in Washington State and Germany. The unit is organized into four groups with capabilities for weaponry, air defense, logistic and information warfare. The focus is to station the soldiers in Asia, close to China, as it would enhance the US readiness for warfare.
The first island chain, which consists of Okinawa, Taiwan, and the Philippines, will also receive land-based missiles from the US military. A multi-domain contingent should be assigned to this project, according to the Pentagon’s proposal. Ground forces are more mobile and can swiftly avoid missile attacks. As a forward force, the contingent will be in charge of leading the demolition of China’s air defense and central command systems. This will create entryways for US warships and fighter jets to approach the borders of China.
It’s also noteworthy that the fellow fighters of Whistleblower Movement from the New Federal State of China (NFSC) have just launched a breaking exposure on Gettr, of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s classified military documents. Classified documents issued by the CCP’s Air Force show that the CCP started preparing to conquer Taiwan as early as 2005-2007. However, according to former top NATO military officials, the military infrastructure built by the CCP was not initially intended to conquer Taiwan, but principally targeted at Japan and the US.

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