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Snapshots of frontier defense troops

(China Military Online)

08:30, February 10, 2012

On February 6, the Chinese traditional Lantern Festival, the reporter went to the Boma frontier defense company under the Yili Military Sub-Command of the Xinjiang Military Area Command of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army together with Chen Cheng, commander of a frontier defense regiment, to experience the patrolling life of the frontier officers and men.
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HuoQiao at 2012-02-1268.24.131.*
If China is to face a future war, it may not a foreign war but internal war. This war, All the high tech equipments will be useless as well as a war of no boundary. To my guessing. This war has already started as billions of dollars have already gone for this war. Lossen visa requirements, outpace number of foreign tourists, and religious mission claims are in ever greater in history. These are the preparations for the full grown war and if China riches continue to enjoy their materials rich while the poors are so poors that hardly any food on the table at the end of the day, that they burn corn trunks as firewood, and bushes as small as chopstick for firewoods. China better ack now to bridge this gap the sooner the better.
  

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