China has built fake US warships they can use for target practice in the China desert.
Satellite images show China has built mock-ups of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier and destroyer in its northwestern desert, possibly as practice for a future naval clash as tensions rise between the nations.
China has upgraded its military massively in recent years, and its capability and intentions are increasingly concerning to the United States as tensions rise over the South China Sea, Taiwan and military supremacy in the Indo-Pacific.
The images captured by Colorado-based satellite imagery company Maxar Technologies dated Sunday show the outlines of a U.S. aircraft carrier and at least one destroyer sitting on a railway track.
Maxar identified the location as Ruoqiang, a Taklamakan Desert county in the northwestern Xinjiang region.
The independent U.S. Naval Institute said on its website that the mock-ups of U.S. ships were part of a new target range developed by the People’s Liberation Army.
This comes after reports that China had asked its people to stock up on food recently.
China Reportedly Urging Its Citizens to Stock Up on Daily Necessities In Case of an Emergency
In addition, over the past few months, since the Biden Administration stole the 2020 Election, the Chinese have done more and more to harass the people of Taiwan. In October, Taiwan announced that it was preparing for war.
Taiwan Says It’s Preparing for War as China Sends a Record 52 Warplanes Into Taiwan Airspace
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