Friday, December 31, 2010

STUFT--Ships Taken Up From Trade

Shangyang MR's transportation mobilization department recently inspected the newly commissioned Lift-on/Lift-off ship the "Long Xing Dao" to ensure it is ready to be "STUFT-ed" in time of need.

Perhaps, the leaders of this "million-man swim" military read the current issue of The Atlantic article "In Korea, Planning for the Worst: Mass Evacuation" and decided to act upon it (here).

Though often dismissed by military analysts as little more than a garnish for a "million-man swim" to Taiwan, China's amphibious assault fleet could rescue many stranded non-combatants. China's massive civilian fleet offers another possible resource. Plenty of Chinese ships will be available, able to respond if allowed to enter South Korean waters.






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