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Se questa notizia ha un qualche fondamento ... la Marina della Corea del Sud sta veramente puntando molto in alto ...

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Choi Jae Sung, a member of South Korea's leading Democratic Party, who reportedly has a close relationship with President Moon Jae In, made his pitch for buying more traditional aircraft carriers in a white paper that the National Assembly's National Defense Commission on the Navy and Air Force distributed earlier this year, according to South Korean newspaper Money Today. 
On Oct. 7, 2019, the country's Defense Acquisition Program Administration told the National Assembly that the Ministry of Defense was planning to spend approximately $3.3 billion on around 20 new F-35s, but did not specify the variant, according to Defense News. 
The larger of the two designs would have a full crew complement of 1,340, not including members of the air wing, which would consist of 32 fixed-wing combat jets and eight helicopters. 
The smaller carrier concept would only need half as many crew members, but would only trim back the number of fixed-wing aircraft to just 12. 

Fonte ... thedrive.com/the-war-zone ... https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/30347/south-korea-considers-building-large-aircraft-carriers-as-country-prepares-to-buy-more-f-35s ...

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La Cina, al di la dei proclami fintamente tranquillizzanti (Hong Kong ha capito ora che farsene dello slogan "un paese e due sistemi"...), agisce come chi ha un progetto espansionistico di lungo periodo ben in mente ed è un vicino sempre più ingombrante da quelle parti: il risultato è la corsa generalizzata al riarmo e al desiderio di portaerei da parte di chi non le ha mai avute o non le vede manco col binocolo da più di settant'anni...

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La politica espansionistica della Cina, ormai a livello globale, sembra essere ignorata, salvo rare eccezioni, dalla maggior parte dei paesi europei ... tutti intenti a scodinzolare al suo cospetto.

Vi capita di vedere, in televisione, la martellante pubblicità dei prodotti Huawei ... prodotti che non accetterei neanche se me li regalassero.

Temo che, prima o poi, pagheremo cara l'insipienza della nostra classe politica ...

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Anche se questa notizia non riguarda la presente discussione ... la Turchia è un'altra "potenza in espansione" che meriterebbe una maggiore "attenzione" da parte dei paesi democratici che si affacciano sul Mediterraneo ...

... navalnews.com ... https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2020/08/eu-turkish-navy-movements-in-eastern-med-extremely-worrying/ ...

Mi scuso per l'OT ...

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Corea del Sud ... i Capi di Stato Maggiore chiedono che il programma di costruzione della futura portaerei leggera venga accelerato ...

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Amid the growing naval capabilities of neighbouring countries, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) have requested that construction plans for the Republic of Korea Navy’s (RoKN’s) next-generation light aircraft carrier be brought forward.
Officials from the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul told Jane's on 8 October that the JCS want the carrier’s basic design to be included in the MND’s Defense Mid-Term Plan covering the period from 2021–25, meaning that design work could start as early as next year.

janes.comSouth Korean military aiming to speed up acquisition of light aircraft carrier …

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