Chinese Armies Experiment With Weapons Designed To Destroy Ports

In order to counter the rise of the Chinese armies, the Pentagon took part in rely on smaller, more mobile and better interconnected units via the now well-known Joint All-Domain Command and Control doctrine, or JADC2. This doctrine makes it possible in particular to reduce the risks of massive strikes against large assemblies of forces, while maintaining a very important capacity for concentration of fire and coordination of forces. But this one suffers from a weakness, a much more fragmented logistics, and therefore heavy and complex. Thus, in a theater like the Western Pacific, each of the US detachments having taken up position on one of the thousands of islands that inhabit this area, will have to be able to receive ammunition, food and equipment, the most effective being of s '' build on the network of numerous civilian ports already present.


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