Jul 30, 2022
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Which is of special significance to military fans like the author. Interestingly, the ROC Naval Command also acknowledged on November 9 that the Marine Raiders were training ROC Marines in Zuoying, as if the US-Taiwan military cooperation had improved again. Although the Pentagon has denied the relevant reports through Stars and Stripes, I still hope that through this article, readers in Taiwan can understand what a Marine Raider is. According to the information provided by the Naval Command of the Republic of China, the Marine Corps Raiders will teach the Marine Corps and Amphibious Special bulk sms service Service Squadron combat courses on the penetration of assault boats and speedboats, and will stay in Taiwan for a month. In an environment where Chinese military planes continue to violate Taiwan's Air Defense Identification Zone, many see the arrival of the raiders as an escalation of U.S.-Taiwan military cooperation. Regardless of the position of the U.S. Department of Defense, the author believes that the Raiders are not the only U.S. special operations forces that have come to Taiwan to communicate with the Chinese military in recent years. There is really no need to make a fuss about this. As early as November 2015, There have been media reports that the United States Army Special Forces (United States Army Special Forces), commonly known as "green flat hats", came to Taiwan for three weeks to train the Taiwanese military and police responsible for maintaining the security of the World Universiade. So readers don't have to look at it with a "breakthrough" or "upgrade" mentality. And no matter who the future U.S. president is, the U.S. government and military are not happy to see relevant exchanges exposed, so it seems unnecessary for the Taiwanese media to hype the matter. Screenshot_2020-11-17_am 7_44_11 Provided by Xu Jianhong On the badge of the Marine Corps Assault Corps today, you can also see the Chinese word "Gonghe", which comes from Carlson's early experience in inspecting the Republic of China's war against Japan.