The U.S. military would likely run out of some munitions within a week of conflict with China in the Taiwan Strait, according to a new report from the Center for Strategic & International Studies.
“These shortfalls would make it extremely difficult for the United States to sustain a protracted conflict—and, equally concerning, the deficiencies undermine deterrence,” states the report released Monday by the Washington, D.C., think tank.
The group specifically cites a short supply of long-range, precision-guided munitions and
President Joe Biden said in May that the United States would intervene militarily if China invades Taiwan.The think tank also found such such a limited stockpile of munitions would be compounded by China having already “heavily investing in munitions and acquiring high-end weapons systems and equipment five to six times faster than the United States, according to some U.S. government estimates.”Still, the U.S. defense industrial base is overall operating at a level suited […]
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