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Originally posted by captainkirk at 2011-3-28 21:43
What is China's strategy to deal with the kind of attack that is being carried out in Libya?
Can China's tanks survive an air attack of the type near Benghazi?
What about China's radar instal ...
As far as I can see, if China were subjected to this type of high-tech assault, it wouldn't fare any better than Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan or Yugoslavia did.
China have absolutely no defense against B-2's (if it's any consolation, nobody does) which means that anything which is stationary will be destroyed. This means China's fixed radar installations, airfields, port facilities, power plants, etc --- all can be knocked out by US airpower with ease.
China's mobile assets wouldn't fare much better (mobile vehicles, tanks, artillery, etc).
Much of China's airforce could be preserved by hiding the planes & helicopters in residential areas and in countryside.
China's surface fleet, having no way to hide, would of course be annihilated with ease.
China's subs might have a chance to escape destruction and could perhaps survive the entire conflict if they stayed hidden (if any tried to attack the US Navy, they might even hit a ship or two but would probably die in the process).