Originally posted by Zaphod58
Taiwan, you're up. 24 hours to make a move.
124th Attack Squadron will be deploying to the East China Sea
146th Attack Squadron will be deploying to the East China Sea
256th Submarine Unit will deploying to the East China Sea and Local Patrols
168th Patrol Squadron will be deploying to the East China Sea
131st Patrol Squadron will be patroling the coastline
142nd Support Squadron will be deploying to the East China Sea
Above consist of (in no order):
4 destroyer fleets and 1 frigate fleet;
1 amphibious landing fleet and 1 amphibious landing vessel fleet;
1 submarine group;
1 mine vessel fleet and 1 mine-sweeper/layer fleet;
1 logistical service fleet and 1 logistical rescue group;
1 Hai-chiao speedboat group
1 anti-submarine helicopter group
1 Hai-feng shore-based missile group
2 marine divisions, 1 landing tank regiment, and 1 operational service regiment.
Taiwan is currently positioning its naval fleets to guard against any hostilities resulting from the battles proceding in the Sea of Japan.
Taiwan is giving the United States 24 hours to remove any and all remaining military forces stationed in Taiwan before cutting power, water, and food
supplies from their bases.
I am also patiently waiting for the supposed 'proof' the plane was shot down by Taiwanese military forces.
Taiwan currently has a military force of 700,000 (500,000 called up reserves) and is currently undertaking several dual action field practices to get
the troops back in shape. We still have 1.5 million troops on reserves we will pull to active duty if we need to.
[edit on 12/24/2005 by QuietSoul]