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Perhaps the largest armada assembled in Asia since the Vietnam War, 11 U.S. Navy vessels are patrolling international waters near Taiwan in response to large scale military exercises being conducted by China in the region.
Acording to the U.S Navy News Service at 9 p.m. EST 20 March l996 (Message 614-6503.-USN-NNS000) the following units are participating:

USS Independence (CV 62); Carrier Air Wing 5 (Squadrons: VF-154; VFA-192; VFA-195; VA-115; VAQ-136); VAW-115; VS-21; HS-14); USS Bunker Hill (CG 52); USS Hewitt (DD 966); USS O'Brien (DD 975); USS McClusky (FFG 41); USS Bremerton (SSN 698); USNS Tippecanoe (TAO); USS Columbus (SSN 762); USNS Guadalupe (TAO); USNS Niagara Falls (TAFS); USNS Oberservation Island (TAGM 23). USS Nimitz (CVN 68), USS Port Royal (CG 73), USS Callaghan (DDG 994), USS Oldendorf (DD 972), USS Ford (FFG 54), USS Shasta (AE 33), USS Williamette (AO 180) and USS Portsmouth (SSN 707) are en route to the region.

The Cargo Letter Home Page at IPX-Interpool
It was Correspondant Warren Levine of The Cargo Letter who first broke the major world story on 21 Feb '96 regarding China Vs. Taiwan, long before any world notice of the issue. Since then Warren has personally traveled to the site of the so-called P.R.C. "War Games" and then on to the interior of China in order to obtain first hand accounts for this international crisis in concert with his many in-country contacts and personal language ability as an experienced journalist and trade executive.
Warren's daily dispatches for are always posted at The Cargo Letter web site, and The Cargo Letter - Interpool Trade & Transportation Internation Resource Links Page

Mario's Map of Taiwanese Crisis
March, 1996

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