USS Reagan Aircraft Carrier Group Enters South China Sea

The U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier and strike group USS Ronal Regan has entered the South China Sea on July 28th, amid the U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s possible visit to Taiwan.

 The USS Ronal Regan departed from Changi Naval Base on Tuesday July 26th following a five-day stop in Singapore. The US 7th Fleet officials based in Japan said the carrier is operating in the South China Sea as part of scheduled patrols to support a free and open Indo-Pacific, which carries over 30% of the global maritime crude oil trading as estimated by the U.S. Prior to its arrival, the carrier had already conducted maritime security operations including annual patrol, aircraft flight drill, maritime strike exercise and cooperative combat training involving marine and air forces in the South China Sea.

 In addition to her upcoming Taiwan trip in August, Pelosi is also going to visit Japan. The increasing threat from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) directly affects Japan. The Japanese defense minister said he hopes to talk with Taiwan about addressing any emergencies.

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