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U.S. Flew Over Two Spy Planes a Day in South China Sea Throughout April

(An E-2C Hawkeye lands on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt in the South China Sea on April 5, 2021. Source: "Mass Communication Seaman Faith McCollum/U.S. Navy.")

By: John Feng | NEWSWEEK |

The United States military maintained a constant presence in the South China Sea last month, flying an average of two reconnaissance runs every day in April, according to a recent report out of Beijing. … Ian Easton … [said] that the U.S. and its allies are “concerned by Beijing’s expansionist behavior,” particularly in relation to Taiwan. “They are likely increasing surveillance of PLA exercises and drills to ensure early-warning of a potential Chinese attack on Taiwanese territory.” …

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