US-China Submarine Cold War: 100+ Vessels Engage Underwater; Chinese Nuclear Sub Almost Ambushed?

The United States and the Philippines initiated large-scale joint military exercises on April 22, with 120 warships assembling in the West Philippine Sea, part of the South China Sea. In response, China deployed a counter-force of 124 vessels, including navy ships, coast guard vessels, and maritime militia boats. On the surface, it looks like this Chinese naval deployment was to closely monitor the U.S.-Philippine fleet, but in reality, it only served as a cover for a significant number of Chinese submarines operating below the surface.
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