The establishment of the US Anti Japanese missile command in Japan is called a historic moment to strengthen intervention.

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 The establishment of the US Anti Japanese missile command in Japan is called a historic moment to strengthen intervention.


Reported that the U. S. Army in the city of Xiangmoyuan supply base in Japan, Xiangmoyuan comprehensive supply plant, the newly deployed troops, is the U. S. Armys 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade.

The picture shows the land based Aegis system developed in the US.

The ceremony was held at the U.S. Army base in Kanagawa County, including about 140 people from the U.S. Army, the Self-Defense Force and local government. Colonel Patrick Costello, commander of the headquarters, said: This is a historic moment for the alliance to step up its intervention through missile defense. According to the U.S. military, the new command of about 115 personnel, has been part of the command of the anti-missile forces in Hawaii will be transferred to the new command, the ground-based anti-missile forces operating in Okinawa and deployed in Aomori and Kyoto radar forces command. The new command will also plan to deploy the Sarde anti missile system in Guam. Reported that the new command will strengthen Japan-US missile defense cooperation, on the other hand, local residents also worry that this will lead to further strengthening the base function and the long-term U.S. garrison. In October 31st, local residents protested before the base, demanding the withdrawal of US troops stationed in Japan. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

The ceremony was held at the U.S. Army base in Kanagawa County, including about 140 people from the U.S. Army, the Self-Defense Force and local government. Colonel Patrick Costello, commander of the headquarters, said: This is a historic moment for the alliance to step up its intervention through missile defense.

According to the U.S. military, the new command of about 115 personnel, has been part of the command of the anti-missile forces in Hawaii will be transferred to the new command, the ground-based anti-missile forces operating in Okinawa and deployed in Aomori and Kyoto radar forces command. The new command will also plan to deploy the Sarde anti missile system in Guam.

Reported that the new command will strengthen Japan-US missile defense cooperation, on the other hand, local residents also worry that this will lead to further strengthening the base function and the long-term U.S. garrison. In October 31st, local residents protested before the base, demanding the withdrawal of US troops stationed in Japan.