Gen. Kenneth Wilsbach, commander of Pacific Air Forces, speaks during the 2023 Warfare Symposium in Aurora, Colo., March 8, 2023. (U.S. Air Force photo by Eric Dietrich) In a War Over Taiwan, First Step Needs to Be Sinking Chinese Ships, Air Force General Says 

The U.S. military would have to focus on sinking Chinese ships if a war broke out over Taiwan, according to the commander of the United States’ Pacific Air Forces. 

That’s one of the lessons Gen. Kenneth Wilsbach took from the scramble of military activity that accompanied a visit by former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to the island in August 2022. 

“You saw when Speaker Pelosi went to Taiwan, what [China] did with their ships,” Wilsbach told reporters at the Air & Space Forces Association Warfare Symposium in Aurora, Colorado, on Wednesday. “They put them on the east side of Taiwan” — the side opposite China — “as a sort of blockade.”  

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WNU Editor: A few months ago I asked a friend of mine who served in the Canadian Navy on what will the Chinese Navy be facing as they to transit across the Taiwan Strait while invading. He gave me a blunt answer. For these Chinese naval personnel it will be 8 hours of hell. 

I think he is right, and this is the missile that will do it …. The missile that could save Taiwan from a Chinese invasion (SandBoxx).