posted on Jun, 25 2008 @ 10:26 PM
Russia + China vs US
Naval - US hands down. the largest tonnage, bigger than the next 10 largest navies.
Airforce - MiG 35 and Su 35's and J-10's vs F-16s, F-15s, F-22s, and F-35s? yeah right. not only are the American planes more maneuverable, they can
lock on and fire from longer ranges. you cant kill what you cant hit.
Armies - The US wouldn't be stupid enough to invade China or Russia, so the battles would mainly take place in Alaska (to come in the story) and the
M1A2 would destroy the T-90 and Type 96. the American army is better trained, but the sheer numbers of the joint Russian-Chinese force would push the
Ok, Russia and China team up to take out the US. The US responds to this by sending its pacific fleet to destroy the Russian and Chinese Navy, hands
down. The USAF would attack the Russian planes from bases in Alaska and possible Hawaii (using tankers) and attack with F-16s, F-22s and F-35s. The US
Navy would have the F-18 and F-35 by now, and use them to take out the Russian and Chinese planes. The US would recall some of its fleet, and call in
some of the Atlantic Fleet, mainly the Carriers and amphibious warfare vessels, and jam-pack them with planes and attack helicopters. We send them
back to take out the remainder of the planes in Russia and China and we send our troops to Hawaii and Alaska - the only possible invasion points, due
to no navy and lack of adequate logistics to send a possible invasion force to the continental US.
In Summary, US Navy wins it all for the US, with a little help from the USAF. Ground forces play a very minimal role, maybe one or two major
I believe the only way for the Russian-Chinese alliance to work is if they were to get OPEC to cut the flow of oil to the US, or to severely reduce
it, but even then the US would just use its oil reserves in the Ohio valley and its oil sands in the Gulf Coast.
Russian/Chinese victory = nukes, or the US invades first.