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How The U.S. Navy Can Compete With China In The Gray-Zone | 1945

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Political and military leaders in the United States must consciously choose to compete with China in this ambiguous area. 

The newest addition to the U.S. Wendell Leimbach and Eric Duckworth of the Joint Intermediate Force Capabilities Office, a U.S.-mandated agency, are the authors of the Naval Institute’s Maritime Counterinsurgency Project, “Winning without Gunsmoke in the South China Sea.” Commandant of the Marines. The office is working on important tasks. The United States and its allies and partners have no viable method to defeat China’s “gray-zone” strategy in the China Seas, according to simulations and research.  Leimbach and Duckworth report on a seemingly insignificant but crucial change in the terminology used by American military personnel to describe gray-zone missions. It was a good idea to change the emphasis from widgets to tactics, operations, and strategy. The ability to counter China’s mistreatment of Southeast Asian fishermen, coast guards, and navies without using lethal force is in this case the necessary capability. That entails maintaining a U.S. military presence in the South China Sea. Seafarers, ships, and aircraft from the Navy, Marines, and Coast Guards.



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