Anti-Air Defense for the Olympics

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Anti aircraft artilleries are being set up near by the regatta venue of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in Qingdao, eastern China’s Shandong province, 28 June 2008. According to media, China stations ground-to-air missiles near Olympic Games venues to tighten security for the Olympic Games

My guess is that we won’t be seeing a lot of this on TV.

Comments

  1. Sounds like a good training opportunity. You take your guys out, they set up their battery, they operate at energetic tempo for a bit, and they have a nominal real-world mission so feel like they’re actually doing something. Good for them.

  2. Hey, look in the background at the bay. That’s the green goo that is choking the bay and sea off of Qingdao. They say it’s so bad that 10,000 ‘Volunteers’ and the Army have been called in. Sounds like time for massive doses of herbicide to me.

  3. Hey, look in the background at the bay. That’s the green goo that is choking the bay and sea off of Qingdao. They say it’s so bad that 10,000 ‘Volunteers’ and the Army have been called in. Sounds like time for massive doses of herbicide to me.

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