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Indian, Australian warships arrive at the Marine Parade in China

QINGDAO, China (Reuters) – Warships from India, Australia and several other nations arrived in the eastern Chinese port city of Qingdao on Sunday to attend a naval parade that is part of a goodwill visit, as China, despite its regional ties, has become a friendship prolong tension and suspicion. A Chinese naval staff is on guard when JS Suzutsuki (DD …

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Beijing to show new warships on navy anniversary

Pu Haiyang | VCG | Getty Images The marines of the China's navy participate in the annual military training on January 3, 2018 in Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province of China. China wants to show off new warships including nuclear submarines and destroyers at a parade next week marking Beijing is leaning heavily on its own, it's taking over. President Xi Jinping …

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Russian warships arrive in the Philippines as tensions in the South China Sea increase

The destroyers Admiral Tributs and Vinogradov – classified as "large submarine submarine ships" – landed in Manila early Monday, along with Admiral Irkut, a "big sea tanker," according to the Philippine News Agency. 19659002] This is the second time that Russian ships docked in the Philippines this year. In early January, three Russian naval vessels landed in the Philippine capital …

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The US General is demanding more troops and warships to counter the growing Russian threat

gene. Curtis Scaparrotti gave the warning in response to a question from the chairman of the Senate Force Committee, Oklahoma, Republican Senator James Inhofe, who asked if the European Command had the right attitude and ability to credibly stand against Russian aggression in Europe. He warned that his command regarding land and naval forces as well as reconnaissance, surveillance and …

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US Navy warships sail in the South China Sea near the contested artificial island

The USS Preble (left) and USS Spruance (right) near the Chinese artificial island Mischief Reef in the South China Sea sent several territorial conflicts that triggered tensions in the region. (Mass Communications Specialist Seaman Apprentice Joshua Leonard / Photo of the US Navy) Two US missile destroyers sailed Monday near the Chinese artificial island of Mischief Reef in the South …

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US warships arouse Beijing with a sailing action in the South China Sea

The US Navy sent two destroyers with guided missiles to challenge China in the South China Sea, and Beijing is outraged. The Arleigh Burke class destroyers – USS Spruance and USS Preble – performed a free navigation operation on Monday, sailing within 12 nautical miles of Chinese outposts on the embattled Spratly Islands. The aim was to "challenge excessive maritime …

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US warships once again turn against Beijing's claims in the South China Sea

The USS Spruance and USS Preble destroyers were within 12 nautical miles of the Spratly Islands as part of what the US Navy calls "freedom of navigation." The operation was conducted to excessively challenge maritime claims and access to the waterways in accordance with international law, "said Cmdr. Clay Doss, a spokesman for the US Navy's Seventh Fleet, " All …

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US warships pass the Taiwan Strait

US. Navy ships sailed through the straits of Taiwan this week to demonstrate US military power in the region amid growing tensions between China and the island nation. Reuters reports that Taiwan's defense ministry released a statement Thursday stating that its troops had been doing the operation to monitor "the safety of the seas and the stability of the seas." …

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American and Chinese warships came dangerously close to collision

The grainy surveillance photos look like from the Cold War. But they were captured earlier this week when a US Navy destroyer had to change course to avoid colliding with a Chinese warship somewhere in the South China Sea. The pictures show two ships, apparently at a dangerous distance of only 45 yards from each other. Look at these photos. …

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American and Chinese Warships Narrowly Avoid High-Seas Collision

BEIJING – The United States and China traded new accusations over naval operations in the South China Sea on Tuesday after warships from each country came perilously close to colliding in the disputed waters. An unsafe and unprofessional maneuver "when one of its destroyers challenged American Destroyer, the Decatur, as it sailed on Sunday, is one of the most widely …

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