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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-1-14 17:05|
She is guaranteed to give Top Gun a run for his money. Women actually are better warriors when equipped with smart weapons and planes. They not only understand how to operate them, they understand what their enemies are thinking of when using them. Tom Cruise got whipped by Katy Holmes, for one. You know who is Top Gun from that alone.
But what are we talking about? Japanese Top Gun? They only operate as wolf packs. Their courage is proportional to their numbers.
The key to winning against the Japanese is to outnumber them. Basically, they are little bullies who need to be joined together at their hips like transformers before they get their courage, nay, viciousness, to tear up their enemies. It is the gangster mentality. Never let them concentrate their power on one Chinese unit or squadron. Always outnumber them.
China needs to revise its military doctrine emergently. Fighting capability of special units is important for specific surgical missions. But overwhelming numbers are even more important in conducting nation-to-nation struggles. Mathematically, the ratio of numbers of units is squared or cubed, in a wide battlefield, sea surface area, or air space, while fighting capability of each unit is raised to an exponent of only 1, in multiplying both factors to calculate overall fighting capacity. For every weapon that Japan has, China needs to deploy three. To make even, Japan has to increase the range, accuracy or duration of its attacks by a factor of 9, which is impossible to achieve. However, for limited focused targets, like Diaoyudao, superiority of technology and firepower dominates, and the exponent of numbers is reduced to 1. Imagine each object as a point in a 3D grid of a 3D game of Weiqi. With so many points, the superiority of each unit is not very important. What is important is how many directions one can occupy around a point of interest. The best example is when an enemy has the most powerful machine gun, but can only fire in one direction at any one time. When surrounded, he is finished, because as he fires in one direction, his enemies can advance in the other directions, until eventually, they can reach him with even their shorter range weapons. The same applies to the taking of fortified enemy positions. They might be reduced in fighting capability by shelling ahead of time. But they can only be taken by overwhelming them from all directions, which requires numeric superiority. Thus, to win over Japan, Chna must have at least 3 times its number of soldiers, planes, and ships. When this is achieved, China's odds of winning would be around 9:1.