Deployment of U.S. helicopters in Japan to deter China

Deployment of U.S. helicopters in Japan to deter China


Palm – The Japanese government has agreed to deploy new advanced helicopters to the base “Futenma” Air Force U.S. Marines on the island of Okinawa in the hope of helping to deter future China.

The newspaper “New York Times” America on Tuesday that the U.S. military sent the first batch of helicopters sophisticated new model “Osprey MV -22″ have reached Futenma base is expected to arrive in six other aircraft later this week to rule that lies at the center City populated Ginowan stacked.

The newspaper pointed out that the Osprey helicopters allow for more than 15 thousand U.S. troops in Okinawa base of quick access to hot spots such as Taiwan and the disputed island group in the East China Sea, known as Senkaku in Japan and China ديايو.

The American newspaper added that the United States keep quiet about this deployment as part of a plan the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama to increase the U.S. military presence in this region and to balance China’s growing power and nuclear-armed North Korea.

The newspaper pointed out in a report by its position that the U.S. military is pushing ahead with his plan to deploy these helicopters despite strong opposition by the residents of the island of Japan and warnings that any crash could threaten U.S. military presence huge in this island and also a result of the concerns of safety procedures Baosbery after the crash two of this kind in the U.S. state of Florida and Morocco during training flights.
Source: nakhelnews