US Increase Armed Forces In Support of Taiwan In Response To the CCP’s threat

The United States has made plans to at least triple its troops in Taiwan in response to the Chinese Communist Party’s threat to Taiwan, according to foreign media disclosures on the 23rd. The U.S. is expected to station 100 to 200 troops in Taiwan in the coming months, compared to about 30 a year ago. According to U.S. officials, the increase in military strength also includes a plan to train the national army right in Taiwan. The additional U.S. troops in Taiwan will not only train the national army to operate U.S.-made weapons systems but also provide instruction in tactics to prevent Communist China’s attacks. As early as October 2021, it was disclosed by foreign media that a small number of U.S. Special Forces and Marines have been secretly stationed in Taiwan to train the National Guard for at least a year. According to sources familiar with the matter, the Michigan National Guard is also training the national army, including military exercises with multinational forces at Camp Grayling in northern Michigan, to defend against a possible attack by Communist China. The accelerated implementation of the troop surge plan is reportedly related to the CCP’s Spy Balloon incident. Pentagon spokesman Marty Meiners said, “We don’t have a comment on specific operations, engagements, or training, but I would highlight that our support for, and defense relationship with, Taiwan remains aligned against the current threat posed by the People’s Republic of China.” “Our commitment to Taiwan is rock-solid and contributes to the maintenance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and within the region.”

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