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Image copyright AFP Image caption The Chinese military is being urged to use all available available air defence, as part of preparations for the war
Image copyright AFP Image caption The aircraft will leave the airfield before the start of the South China Sea War
The “black” Boeing 801B Chinook helicopters have been deployed to sea, as part of a strategic manoeuvre.
The deployment adds to the pressure on China to demonstrate a willingness to respond to an increasingly assertive North Korea, which has claimed almost all of its North Korean territory.
The military says the helicopters could leave soon after the war has ended and begin flying to southern Vietnam and Taiwan.
It includes a massive two-by-10-foot “spoolie machine” of fighter jets and several thousand drones of different heights that can fly up to 4,000km (2,500 miles) and can hit targets up to 600km (400 miles).
President Barack Obama has called for military action to stop North Korea, adding the United States remains “in a state of war”.
North Korea, which has claimed some 2,700 lives in the South and East, has also accused the