South China Sea: U.S. 'Heads Out Again on Search for Chinese Subs’

The US Air Force sent military planes to the Bashi Channel en route to the South China Seafor a sixth day in a row on Friday
in what observers said was a mission to track mainland Chinese submarines.

The South China Sea Strategic Situation Probing Initiative, a mainland Chinese think tank under Peking University, said three American warplanes – a EP-3 reconnaissance plane, a P-8A anti-submarine aircraft and a KC-135 aerial refuelling aircraft – appeared in the Bashi Channel between 10am and noon.

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