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China could do incredible damage with a sucker punch, but the US and its allies could do a lot to mitigate the effects and to strike back with force.
China may be in the midst of one of the dumbest military moves of the 21st century if its own rhetoric on naval warfare is to be trusted.
China’s new ‘carrier killer’ video is a treasure trove of military intel that should worry the US Navy
The unprecedented video offered a treasure trove of military intelligence to the US about the DF-26, including that US carriers are at grave risk.
China sets the stage for a ‘bloody nose’ attack on US aircraft carriers, but it would backfire horribly
China could strike the US Navy's carriers in waters near its shores, but that would start a war that Beijing wouldn't win, experts say.
The US Navy is making a nearly billion-dollar bet on drones that can make aircraft carriers more lethal
The Navy's current carrier aircraft have shorter ranges than their predecessors, and some of them are pulling double duty as tanker aircraft, so the service is looking for an unmanned replacement.
Russia and China perfected ‘carrier killer’ missiles for decades — here’s how the US’s new carrier can stop them
"The beauty of the aircraft carrier is that you can radically and dramatically change the weapons systems by never entering the shipping yard," McGrath told Business Insider. Instead of installing new missiles or guns, you simply fly old aircraft off, and fly on new jets.
The USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier strike group carried out more missile tests and anti-submarine exercises than ever before.
Former F-35 pilot explains how the US Marine Corps’ version makes China’s ‘carrier killer’ missiles irrelevant
"If you're looking at warfare two-dimensionally, you're looking at it wrong," said David Berke. "You don't beat me in a boxing match 'cause your arms are longer."
Rising anti-access/area-denial threats from Russia and China could possibly explain the Navy's rush for an as-of-yet non-existant platform.
The addition of a flying, unmanned tanker that could have some stealth integrated would "provide more legs, more reach for both the F-18 and the F-35."