The U.S. military reopened the “Tannin Island” base to crack Guam killer! Build a hub for advance and retreat counterattack

Recently, it is rumored that in order to prevent the Chinese Communist Party and North Korea to the U.S. military in Guam Andersen Air Force Base (Andersen Air Force Base) missile saturation attack suppression, the U.S. military intends to reopen the air base in the strategic location of the Western Pacific North Marianas Islands state of Tinian. The US military assumes that when the US and China go to war, the first island chain will be the first to be captured, and Guam and Tinian, the second island chain, will be the “strategic entry and exit hub” for the second island chain, said Zhang Yushao, deputy secretary general of the Cross-Strait Policy Association, on the live program “94 to Guest V. (See the film at 20:17) Website:

▼▲Cross-Strait Policy Association Deputy Secretary General Zhang Yushao points out in “94th Keynote Address” that the reopening of the U.S. Air Force base on Tienning Island is a pivot to build a strategic advance and retreat counterattack

In the “94 to Guest”, Zhang Yushao explained that Tannin Island was one of the largest airfields in Asia during World War II, from which U.S. B-29 bombers took off, carrying two atomic bombs to bomb Nagasaki and Hiroshima, Japan. Zhang Yushao said that the U.S. military reopened Tannin Island has two important strategic implications, one, Guam Anderson Air Force Base, by China’s claim that the war within 26 minutes of the East Wind missiles to wash the ground, the construction of Tannin Island Air Base to form a “decentralized combat deployment” to share the risk. Second, the Mariana Islands and Palau defense as one, when the first island chain is captured after the war, Tianning Island can become the first island chain to the third island chain of the U.S. military “strategic advance and retreat to lose links”. (See video at 20:17) Website:

The U.S. military’s deployment of medium- and long-range missiles in the first island chain has resistance.

The U.S. military’s deployment of medium- and long-range missiles in the first island chain has resistance, as mentioned by New Taipei City Councilor Yuanzhi Yeh in “94 to Hakkasan”. 2017 when South Korea deployed the SAD missile, the Chinese Communist Party seriously rebounded, and the Philippines Duterte also swung between the U.S. and China, and Japan is also worried about China’s retaliation. Ye Yuanzhi said he hopes the U.S. military will increase its resistance to scare, and it would be bad if the Chinese Communist Party did not take the U.S. military’s scare seriously and wipe out the fire. (See the film at 18:01) URL: