F111 Post time: 2013-11-26 22:45
What a load of crap. Nothing happened. Beijing backed down, that is all there is to it
As I had said: We will see!
It does however look as if Beijing is trying to make a peech of
kind out of this so let's see if we'll witness another EP-3 incident. In all likelihood, an
EP-3 trailer epesode II does have a tendency of materializing.
I am sure that both Aqiono III, the Van Giap
boys, and Mr. Manoj's world is watch with keen and interesting eyes
and ears and itchin' to see what'll gives here.
The way I see it, both Beijing's and Washington's credibilty is
riding on this and that some thing will give so, yes, we'll see if it's just a war of
words, or do we see fireworks going off into the night skies!
Defense Ministry responds to US B-52s in ADIZ By Chen Boyuan0 Comment(s)[url=]Print[/url] [url=]E-mail[/url] China.org.cn, November 27, 2013Adjust font size: [url=][/url][url=][/url]
China's Ministry of Defense (MOD) has responded to two U.S. military planes, which flew over the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ), saying that China monitored the two planes on their entire journey, and identified them as B-52 bombers.
B-52 bomber [File photo]
Geng Yansheng, a MOD spokesperson, made the remark at a press conference on Wednesday, responding to inquiries about two B-52 bombers that flew into the ADIZ before flying over the Diaoyu Islands, which the zone covers.
"The U.S. military aircraft were flying on the east rim of the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone from 11:00 to 13:22 on Nov. 26. The flight path was 200 KM to the east of the Diaoyu Islands," Geng said.
He reiterated that China would seek to identify any aerial vehicle flying in the East China Sea ADIZ, adding that China is capable of controlling the airspace effectively.