China ‘carrier killer’ doesn’t pose threat to US aircraft vessel, ‘confident’ official says

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By Chiara Fiorillo China’s “carrier killer” missiles would not pose a threat to a US aircraft vessel during a potential conflict with the country, a senior Navy official has said. Rear Adm. Carlos Sardiello, commander of the USS Carl Vinson strike group, said US trained sailors “can operate these complex, contested domains,” “be lethal and survivable” and “execute the mission regardless of what the threat is.” He added that the US would be able to face even Chinese missiles. He told a group of reporters earlier this week: “I am absolutely confident that the carrier strike group can execute the…

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