May 15, 2014

5 U.S. Weapons of War China Should Fear

Kyle Mizokami, The National Interest

The Associated Press

As a superpower, the United States has maintained a formidable, technologically advanced military for decades. While the Chinese weapons highlighted last week were often designed with the United States in mind, none of the weapons this week were explicitly designed to fight China. In fact, many of the weapons featured here were first designed during the Cold War and predate China’s military rise.

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