U.S. Military Cites Growing China Space, Cyber Threat
The U.S. military painted China on Tuesday as posing a growing threat to the United States and others in space and cyberspace.
China is “aggressively” honing its ability to shoot down satellites along with other space and counter-space capabilities, said Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Horne of the U.S. Strategic Command.
Such know-how has big implications for Beijing’s potential to curb access in the Taiwan Straits “and well beyond,” he told the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, a congressionally created advisory group.