Meet the People's Liberation Army

By Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles CullenMarch 26, 2007

A Soldier sounds off as the U.S. military leaders pass in review. Gen. Pace thanked all the Soldiers for the extra work they had to put in to make the demonstration so successful. He said he was honored to be with them and that the free and truthful exchange of ideas by military professionals can make the world a safer place.
1 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A Soldier sounds off as the U.S. military leaders pass in review. Gen. Pace thanked all the Soldiers for the extra work they had to put in to make the demonstration so successful. He said he was honored to be with them and that the free and truthful exchange of ideas by military professionals can make the world a safer place. (Photo Credit: Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chinese tanks are ready to roll at Shenyang training base.
2 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chinese tanks are ready to roll at Shenyang training base. (Photo Credit: Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Maj. Gainey's Army Combat Uniform is noticeable in a sea of darker camouflage uniforms.
3 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Maj. Gainey's Army Combat Uniform is noticeable in a sea of darker camouflage uniforms. (Photo Credit: Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Maj. Gainey observes a reinforced armor company team in the attack mode. One difference is that in the United States, the friendly forces are called the "blue forces." In China, they are called "red forces."
4 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Maj. Gainey observes a reinforced armor company team in the attack mode. One difference is that in the United States, the friendly forces are called the "blue forces." In China, they are called "red forces." (Photo Credit: Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
A Chinese Air Force leader shows the U.S. military leaders an Su-27 Flanker fighter aircraft at Anshan Airfield.
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Gen. Pace, Sgt. Maj. Gainey and other Soldiers walk a section of the Great Wall in Baldaling.
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Gen. Pace, Sgt. Maj. Gainey and other Soldiers are given a tour of the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Mausoleum in Nanjing. A Chinese reporter asked Pace if he considered China a threat to the United States. "I believe a threat has two parts to it: One part is capability and the other part is intent," Pace said. "Both the armed forces of the United States and China have great capabilities or capacities. But neither country has the intent to attack the other country. Because of that we are not a threat to each other."
7 / 7 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Gen. Pace, Sgt. Maj. Gainey and other Soldiers are given a tour of the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Mausoleum in Nanjing. A Chinese reporter asked Pace if he considered China a threat to the United States. "I believe a threat has two parts to it: One part is capability and the other part is intent," Pace said. "Both the armed forces of the United States and China have great capabilities or capacities. But neither country has the intent to attack the other country. Because of that we are not a threat to each other." (Photo Credit: Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL