Taiwan started a computerised military drill on Monday, set against an imagined scenario in which China invades the island in 2017.
A AH-1W helicopter releases flares in a military drill in the western Penghu islands, on April 17, 2013. Taiwan has started a computerised military drill, set against an imagined scenario in which China invades the island in 2017.
The five-day exercise is part of the island's biggest annual military manoeuvre which is this year codenamed 'Han Kuang 29' (Han Glory 29), officials at the defence ministry said Monday.
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