American troops launches large-scale military exercises in South China Sea

U.S. Strategic Commands bomber requires regularly perform combined theater security cooperation engagements with partners and allies, showing U.S. ability to command, control and conduct bomber missions around the world.

In addition to U.S. Navy warships, B-52 tactical bombers also take part in the exercises. One B-52 Stratofortress bomber from the 96th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, took part in a maritime combination exercise with the USS Nimitz and USS Ronald Reagan carrier strike groups in the South China Sea prior to landing at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.

Sailors from both carrier strike groups continue to stand the watch, protecting flexibility every day of implementation, and assessing the flexibilities we hold spiritual.

Throughout the objective, the B-52 aircrew tested and examined command and control capabilities to notify the advancement of contested and deteriorated communication strategies, techniques and treatments to make sure smooth joint interoperability.

” As we run throughout the Indo-Pacific theater, our Fleet units continue to look for out every opportunity to reinforce our abilities and efficiency at carrying out joint, integrated, all-domain operations with our partner groups,” said U.S. Navy Cmdr. Joshua Fagan, Task Force 70 Air Operations officer. “Some of the recent occasions bringing Air Force B-52s and B-1s, Navy airplane, and our ships at sea together on shared networks in assistance of incorporated objectives have been great opportunities for us to exercise the joint mission preparation and coordination procedures that we depend on to run safely and effectively out here.”

The U.S. Forces are bring out a series of massive military workouts in the South China Sea in the middle of border stress between India and China.

” Bomber Task Force shows U.S. capability to rapidly release to a forward operating base and carry out long-range strike objectives,” said Lt. Col. Christopher Duff, 96th Bomb Squadron commander. “This sortie shows our capability to reach out from house station, fly throughout the world and perform those objectives, rapidly regenerate from a forward operating base and continue operations.”

The B-52 flew the 28-hour mission to show U.S. Indo-Pacific Commands dedication to the security and stability of the Indo-Pacific region.

The USS Nimitz and USS Ronald Reagan attack aircraft carrier and a number of warships were deployed to the South China Sea to demonstrate U.S. Indo-Pacific Commands dedication to the security and stability of the Indo-Pacific area.

Image by Lt. Cmdr. Joseph Stephens

High-end integrated exercises construct unrivaled flexibility, endurance, maneuverability, and firepower in an all-domain warfighting environment. These efforts support enduring U.S. commitments to defend the right of all countries to fly, cruise, and operate anywhere international law allows.

Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Samantha Jetzer