U.S. Naval and Land Special Warfare Forces to Teach “Underground Resistance Tactics” in Taiwan for the First Time in Response to Communist China

The U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command sent personnel to Taiwan for the first time this year to conduct “expert exchanges” with Taiwan’s special operations forces.

In response to the Chinese Communist threat, U.S.-Taiwan military interaction is deepening. The U.S. Marine Corps special operations forces in Taiwan for the first time, and the Republic of China military to carry out “expert exchanges”, the U.S. military will teach Taiwan’s special forces “underground resistance tactics”.

World News 30 reported that U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense nominee Christopher Maier (Christopher Maier) has publicly stated that he will send military training to enhance the combat capabilities of Taiwan’s special operations forces. A senator suggested that Taiwan be taught to resist the enemy’s “underground resistance system (Resistance network)”.

In this regard, the Republic of China military revealed that the U.S. military’s “underground resistance system” training, is once the enemy landed to occupy, special operations forces to carry out “residual operations”, hidden into the civilian shadows, training civilian reserve soldiers or civilians with military training, systematic attempt to resist The company’s main objective is to provide the enemy with a sustained attack and wait for reinforcements to recover. The U.S. Army special operations forces have carried out related tasks in Syria, the future is expected to come to Taiwan to “expert exchange” in the name of implementation.

According to the United Daily News, in order to enhance the combat capabilities of Taiwan’s special forces, the U.S. special operations forces have come to Taiwan this year, and the Taiwan Army special operations forces to implement expert exchanges and co-training, including the “interactive exercises” held in Guguan, the U.S. Army SF Special Forces dispatched teams to Taiwan; held in Penghu and other outer islands The U.S. Navy SEAL team went to Taiwan for the “Flash Drill”; the U.S. Army also dispatched the first Marine Special Operations Forces (MARSOC) to conduct “expert exchanges” with Taiwan’s special operations forces.

Although Taiwan’s new crown epidemic has become severe, the U.S. military is still actively coming to Taiwan to assist with training. In April, the U.S. Army’s Security Cooperation Brigade was stationed in Hsinchu Hukou, Taiwan, to assist in guiding Taiwan’s Army in combat training. After Taiwan’s Han Kwang exercise this year, the U.S. military will also send other special operations forces to Taiwan to assist in training.

In fact, the U.S. and Taiwan special operations forces have regular drills every year. Recently, an anonymous ROC military source told the Central News Agency that the U.S. and Taiwan have been conducting joint exercises and training in special operations for more than 10 years.

The military source said that in the past, the military exchanges between the two sides, Taiwan “can only do, can not say”. Now that the U.S.-Taiwan relationship has warmed up, it has become “can do, but by the U.S. side to say”.

For the U.S. to the outside world announced to go to Taiwan for training, Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense said that the Chinese Communist Party’s military threat to Taiwan has become the biggest crisis of regional peace and stability and development, this is the international consensus. The National Army’s defense operations are based on the military strategy of “defense and defense, heavy deterrence”, with the goal of preventing war, and the relevant military training and exchanges are planned based on the aforementioned operational guidance, so please do not make excessive speculation.

Taiwan’s National Security Research Institute’s National Defense Strategy and Resources Institute Director Su Ziyun believes that, in response to the threat of the Chinese Communist Party, Taiwan’s “solid security operations plan” has recently been upgraded to the “combat zone” level of command. At the same time, the U.S. military is actively cooperating with Taiwan’s military for joint training, which shows that the U.S. and Taiwan’s military are strengthening their combat equipment in response to the Chinese Communist Party’s “blitzkrieg” invasion of Taiwan.

The recent frequent intrusions and provocations by Chinese military aircraft and warships have increased tensions in the Taiwan Strait. In addition to enhancing Taiwan’s defense capabilities, the U.S. has joined forces with Japan, Britain, France, Australia and other allies to confront the Chinese Communist Party and maintain regional peace and stability.