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Victory At Sea? Chinese Navy Has One Very Serious Advantage Over US Naval Ships

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In the maritime battlespace, Chinese warships have an advantage over US Navy vessels that could prove "decisive" in a conflict. China is arming its surface warships with supersonic anti-ship cruise missiles with far greater range than the Cold War-era subsonic missiles the US Navy has in its arsenal. According to Business Insider, so although the US has China outgunned, China's naval forces have greater range.

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