The USS Nimitz, led by the US aircraft carrier, began entering the disputed South China Sea from the Philippine Sea on January 13, the US 7th Fleet Headquarters reported. The USS Nimitz, led by the USS Nimitz, is the first South China Sea operation of the USS Nimitz, which is accompanied by six battleships and destroyers. U.S.
Navy officials said it was a routine training trip to demonstrate their commitment to ensuring free Indo-Pacific navigation. According to the South China Sea Watch, a group of US warships is sailing past disputed islands claimed by China and is being monitored by two Chinese coast guard ships.
The US Navy group is in a state of non-cooperation with the USS Makin Island US aircraft carrier group, which is in Singapore for military exercises, according to reports. The news also reported that the Chinese government has yet to criticize or object to the attack group led by the USS Nimitz in the South China Sea.