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US Navy very worry China planting Sonar sensors on seabed in South China Sea. [Copy link] 中文

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BigWang Post time: 2015-3-13 05:28
google it.

Hey BigWanker, Google is blocked in China!

The only one who says they worried is you. But yah sure, SOSUS will make it little more difficult for US subs to do recon.

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BigWang Post time: 2015-3-13 05:28
google it.

Hey BigWanker, Google is blocked in China!

The only one who says they worried is you. But yah sure, SOSUS will make it little more difficult for US subs to do recon.

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China's SOSUS array "will make it more difficult to follow and prosecute their submarines with all their missiles aimed at the U.S.," the former official said. The radar-sonar network provides the Chinese military with "constant air and sea coverage of the western Pacific for the first time, so they can keep a 24-7 trail on American naval assets for the first time.

Emphasis on "...with all their missiles aimed at the US...".  
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None of them business !!

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