The USS Theodore Roosevelt (pictured at a naval base in Guam last year) monitored the activity of the PLA flights over the South China Sea, the US Navy said. Photo: AFP The USS Theodore Roosevelt (pictured at a naval base in Guam last year) monitored the activity of the PLA flights over the South China Sea, the US Navy said. Photo: AFP
The USS Theodore Roosevelt (pictured at a naval base in Guam last year) monitored the activity of the PLA flights over the South China Sea, the US Navy said. Photo: AFP
South China Sea

US-China rivalry: PLA flights over South China Sea ‘no threat’ to American ships, US military says

  • ‘Theodore Roosevelt carrier strike group closely monitored all PLA Navy and air force activity, and at no time did they pose a threat to US Navy ships, aircraft or sailors,’ Pacific Command says
  • Taiwan reported earlier that several Chinese air force aircraft flew into its air defence identification zone last weekend

Topic |   South China Sea
The USS Theodore Roosevelt (pictured at a naval base in Guam last year) monitored the activity of the PLA flights over the South China Sea, the US Navy said. Photo: AFP The USS Theodore Roosevelt (pictured at a naval base in Guam last year) monitored the activity of the PLA flights over the South China Sea, the US Navy said. Photo: AFP
The USS Theodore Roosevelt (pictured at a naval base in Guam last year) monitored the activity of the PLA flights over the South China Sea, the US Navy said. Photo: AFP
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