Monthly Archives: July 2011

Chinese Nuclear Accident Alleged

by David Axe A nuclear submarine in the port of Dalian in northern China has suffered an accident and is leaking radiation, according to a former Japanese fighter pilot-turned-blogger. “The area is strictly closed off by the Chinese military, and … Continue reading

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Raptor Grounding Exposes Air Force Risk

by DAVID AXE For two months, the U.S. Air Force has been without its newest jet fighter. But the situation could be far worse — and likely will be in coming years as the Air Force trades the robustness of … Continue reading

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A Small-Ship Strategy for Countering China

by David Axe After more than a decade in rework, China’s first aircraft carrier should set sail from the port of Dalian in northeast China any day now. The former Soviet carrier Varyag, reportedly named Shi Lang, is a potent … Continue reading

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