'We're going to lose fast': U.S. Air Force held a war game that started with a Chinese biological attack. James Kitfield ·Contributor March 10, 2021



Mar 10,2021

In a article written last fall, the Air Force Simulated a conflict that began with a Chinese biological-weapons attack that swept through United States (U.S.) bases and warships in the Indo-Pacific region.  Then a Chinese military exercise was used as cover for the deployment of a massive force. This simulation culminated with Chinese missle strikes raining down on U.S. bases and warships in the region.  This highly classified war game, took place less than a year after the coronavirus, reportly originating a Chinese market, spread to the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier, taking one of the U.S. Navy's most significant assets out of commission.

Later in September during the war game, an actual Chinese combat aircraft intentionally flew over the rarely crossed median line in the Taiwan Strait an unpreccdented 40 times and conducted simulated attacks on the insland of Taiwan't premier."  Amid those provocations, China's air force released a video showing a bomber capable of carrying nuclear weapons carrying out a simulated attack on Anderson Air Force Base on the U.S. Pacific island of Guam.  The title of the Hollywood-like propaganda video was " The god of war H-6K [bomber] goes on the attck!"