This is coolbert:
South Pacific U.S. Navy deja vu all over again?
Manus Island, south of the equator? Yet one more American geography lesson. In World War Two it was Guadalcanal, Kolombangara, Tassafaronga. 2018 it is Manus?
More American and Australian joint military venture. As reported by the Iraian PressTV [controlled?] and the tip from Jeff.
"US to partner with Australia to redevelop naval base in Papua New Guinea"
"The United States says it will partner with Australia to redevelop a naval base in Papua New Guinea (PNG) at Manus Island, in an apparent move to ramp up its presence in the South Pacific to counter China perceived influence there"
AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA HAND-IN-GLOVE PREPARING FOR A CONFRONTATION OF SOME SORT? ANOTHER JOINT MILITARY VENTURE IN THE SAME MANNER AS MRF DARWIN?
See previous blog entry and further links to that joint American/Australian military venture MRF Darwin:
Si vis pacem, para bellum. China, are you listening?