US Navy keeps closer watch on China submarines, says Beijing think tank

The United States’ surveillance of China’s submarines is happening far more often in the South China Sea, a think tank says, a sign that military activity between the two countries is heating up under the water.The US has five USNS (United States Naval Ship) ocean surveillance vessels – Victorious, Able, Effective, Loyal and Impeccable – stationed in Japan.The ships, which can be used in anti-submarine warfare, were tracked operating in the South China Sea for at least 161 days out of 181 days…

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