A professional view of China’s navy

A professional view of China’s navy

Commander J. Michael Dahm, U.S. Navy, an intelligence officer who is a former assistant naval attaché in China, writes in a letter in the October issue of Proceedings that:

China’s navy is akin to a teenager who has grown into an unfamiliar muscular physique and has the keys to a used aircraft carrier with a new paint job…. China also has no life experience in modern warfare.

Meanwhile, in other Navy affairs, another LCS got damaged. (HT 2 RD)

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