Tag: carrier

China’s New Aircraft Carrier Bolsters CCP’s Ability to Project Power Worldwide: Expert

The Chinese regime just launched its third aircraft carrier, named the “Fujian” after the southern Chinese province directly opposite Taiwan. The vessel is China’s first wholly modern aircraft carrier. It was preceded by the “Liaoning,” a retrofitted Soviet ship, and the “Shandong,” a domestically-built vessel that was designed and augmented off the plans for the…


BlackRock and ESG Controlling America but Benefiting China—With Will Hild

How does Blackrock utilize the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) score system to control domestic policies, while benefiting from their special treatment in China? And does the United States suffer while China benefits from this vampiric relationship? We discuss this with Will Hild from Consumers’ Research. I then discuss the just-concluded Shangri-La security summit, where…


Eileen Gu Will Represent Team USA in Winter Olympics Bid?; China’s Third Aircraft Carrier Delayed

China delays the launch of its Type 003 carrier—the long-awaited next-generation warship to compete with the United States. Is the reason technical, political, or something else? We have Michael Cisek to break down the details.  Plus, a Chinese company is trying to match Starlink, the internet satellite system by Elon Musk’s SpaceX. What is that…


China’s Aircraft Carrier Sails Into Blue Waters—A Sign of Growing Naval Power?

News Analysis The Chinese Navy’s Liaoning carrier group followed international rules and performed what seemed like routine training in the Western Pacific last month. But it raises concerns regarding the regime’s ambitions and capabilities. The Liaoning, China’s first commissioned carrier, returned to its homeport of Qingdao on Dec. 30 from deployment, after about 20 days of…


Royal Navy Flagship Returns Home Without £100M Fighter Jet

The Royal Navy’s flagship is to return home following the first operational deployment of the carrier strike group (CSG), which has been dogged by incidents including the loss of a £100 million fighter jet at sea. The aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, with seven warships and a submarine, set off from Portsmouth Naval Base following…


US Carrier Breeze Confirms Buying 20 More Airbus A220 Jets

WASHINGTON—Breeze Airways, the new U.S. carrier founded by entrepreneur David Neeleman, on Monday publicly unveiled an order for 20 more Airbus A220–330 aircraft as it looks to operate longer flights, confirming a Reuters report earlier this year. The order brings Breeze’s total A220 order to 80, making it the family’s second-biggest customer after Delta Air…


UK Aircraft Carrier Visits Japan for Drill Amid China Worry

TOKYO—Japan’s defense minister on Monday welcomed the British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth as it made its first Japanese port call, saying the involvement of European nations in the Indo-Pacific region is key to peace and stability as China’s military strength and influence grow. Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi met the strike group’s commander, Commodore Steve…


India’s National Carrier Says Hack Leaked Passengers’ Data

NEW DELHI—Personal data of an unspecified number of travelers has been compromised after a company that serves India’s national carrier was hacked, Air India said. The hackers were able to access 10 years’ worth of data including names, passport and credit card details from the Atlanta-based SITA Passenger Service System, Air India said in a…


2 US Carrier Groups Conduct Exercises in South China Sea

Two U.S. carrier groups conducted joint exercises in the South China Sea on Tuesday, days after a U.S. warship sailed near Chinese-controlled islands in the disputed waters, as China denounced the United States for damaging peace and stability. The Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group and the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group “conducted a multitude of exercises…