The US forces are also on the stage: the warships will re-enter the South China Sea after crossing the Taiwan Strait.


The US forces are also on the stage: the warships will re-enter the South China Sea after crossing the Taiwan Strait.

According to the US Navy, the US Navy destroyer, the Astin, appeared again in the South China Sea in July 9th.

The US Navy's official website said that in July 9th, the destroyer Mastin launched a sea Replenishment in the South China Sea.

The captain is in command of the Astin destroyer, which is being replenished at sea with the fleet T-AO 199 "tippany".

It is worth noting that in July 7th, the Mastin and Ben Ford destroyers crossed the Strait of Taiwan north, and two days later, the Mastin appeared in the South China Sea.

Us sailors on the Mastin are directing the replenishment at sea.

If it did not return along the original route of the Taiwan Straits, it meant that the US destroyers would go south through Taiwan island and enter the South China Sea. The US Navy has returned to the South China Sea for two days. The US carrier has been regarded as the backbone of the Taiwan media but no American ship has passed the Taiwan Straits again.

An American destroyer that is being recharged at sea. In July 7th, the Mastin and Ben Ford destroyers traveled northward from the South China Sea through the Strait of Taiwan.

The Ford and marstin crossed the Strait of Taiwan, the first time the US Navy ships crossed the Taiwan Straits since July 2017. In July 2017, the US Army Mccain destroyer (DDG-56) also passed the Taiwan Strait.

The warship on Mastin. The last American aircraft carrier crossed the Strait of Taiwan was completed in 2007 by the CV-63.


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