At the same time, the US military sent two reconnaissance planes to the South China Sea Company, one of which came four times in six days

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 At the same time, the US military sent two reconnaissance planes to the South China Sea Company, one of which came four times in six days


Flight route of US reconnaissance plane in South China Sea released by South China Sea strategic situation awareness program platform on September 16

South China Sea strategic situation awareness program platform also said that this is the fourth time since September 11 that the US Air Force e-8c air ground surveillance aircraft No. 96-0042 has entered the South China Sea to perform a mission. On September 11, September 13 and September 14, the plane flew into the South China Sea to carry out high-intensity reconnaissance.

The U.S. Air Forces e-8c United star aircraft is an air ground surveillance aircraft. The aircraft, fully known as joint stars, is equipped with the most advanced airborne ground surveillance, target search and battlefield management system of the U.S. Army, which can be called the central nervous system of the United States Air Ground integrated combat. The aircraft can detect, identify and classify the ground targets outside the defense area, and transmit the data to the rear command post in real time.

USAF e-8c air ground surveillance aircraft

South China Sea strategic situation awareness has previously said that the objects monitored by e-8c aircraft are not air and water targets, but mainly ground target electronic and radar systems, which are used to locate, detect and track ground stationary or moving targets, with a depth range of about 250 km. The platform points out that e-8c is rarely seen in history when it comes close to the coastal waters of Guangdong and Hainan Island in China.

On September 9, Chinas State Councilor and foreign minister Wang Yi, when attending the 10th East Asia Summit foreign ministers meeting, said that in the first half of this year alone, the United States sent nearly 3000 military aircraft and more than 60 warships, including multiple batches of bombers and twin aircraft carrier formations, constantly flaunting its force in the South China Sea, strengthening its military deployment, and even pounding into disputed waters unrelated to it, wantonly pushing up the regional conflict winds Risk is becoming the biggest driver of militarization in the South China Sea.

In response to the recent frequent US military activities in Chinas surrounding areas, senior colonel Wu Qian, spokesman of the Chinese Ministry of defense, said at a regular press conference on August 27 that the US side has increased the pressure of provocation against China. Our attitude towards this is clear and clear: first, we are against it; second, we are not afraid of it. Before the general election, some American politicians tried their best to destroy the military relations between China and the United States for their own self-interest, and even tried to create accidents and military conflicts. Such acts ignored the lives and safety of the front-line officers and soldiers of both sides, the fundamental interests of the two peoples, and the peace aspirations of the people of the world. The Chinese army will firmly safeguard national sovereignty, security and development interests, and firmly safeguard world and regional peace and stability. We advise some US politicians to recognize the reality, remain rational, stop provocation and push the bilateral military relations back to the right track.

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Wang Yi: in the first half of the year, the United States sent nearly 3000 military aircraft to show off its force in the South China Sea

According to the website of the Ministry of foreign affairs, on September 9, 2020, State Councilor and foreign minister Wang Yi attended the foreign ministers meeting of the 10th East Asia Summit and delivered a speech. The following is part of the content.

Wang Yi said that in recent years, the South China Sea issue has been mentioned in every foreign ministers meeting of the East Asia Summit, and it is individual countries outside the region who deliberately hype and stir up trouble at each meeting. It is estimated that this time there will be no exception, and there may be more than one.

The latest trend this year is that the United States, out of its own political needs, has openly renounced its commitment not to take a stand on sovereignty disputes and has directly intervened in territorial and maritime disputes in the region. In the first half of this year alone, the United States sent nearly 3000 military aircraft and more than 60 warships, including multiple batches of bombers and twin aircraft carrier formations, constantly flaunting its force in the South China Sea, strengthening its military deployment, and even colliding in disputed waters that have nothing to do with it, arbitrarily increasing the risk of regional conflicts, and becoming the biggest driver of militarization in the South China Sea. The United States has also directed at the consultation on the code of conduct in the South China Sea, interfered with the efforts of China and ASEAN countries to resolve disputes through consultation, and provoked confrontation among regional countries. What the United States has done is to disrupt the South China Sea and the region and create an excuse for promoting its India Pacific strategy. However, this is not in line with the national interests of the region, goes against the trend of development of the times, and is becoming the most dangerous factor to undermine the peace in the South China Sea.

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