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Taiwan’s war games begin with response to simulated PLA biochemical attack
By South China Morning Post, September 13, 2021
The five-day Han Kuang live-fire drills began on Monday, days after senior officials from the island reportedly visited the United States for high-level defence and security talks.
Tensions across the Taiwan Strait have shown no sign of abating, with mainland China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) sending warplanes to Taiwan’s air defence identification zone almost daily to ramp up pressure on the self-ruled island, which Beijing views as its territory.
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The drills, which will include exercises at offshore islets, began with a test of the Taiwanese military’s coordinated medical ability to respond to simulated biochemical attacks from the PLA, according to Taiwan’s defence ministry.
Ministry officials said the forces would also be tested on their ability to preserve their combat strength in response to a simulated first strike from the PLA.
The drill involved flying various warplanes from their bases in western Taiwan to Jiashan base in the east for temporary shelter to preserve their combat power before launching an attack in response to the PLA. The planes included Mirage-2000s and F-16V fighter jets as well as E-2K airborne early-warning aircraft and P-3C submarine hunting planes.
Jiashan base, built inside a mountain in Hualien, is reported to have a 2,300-metre (7,500ft) taxiway allowing aircraft to move back and forth uninhibited. As Taiwan’s largest underground bomb shelter for aircraft, it has room for 200 fighters.
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