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The National Interest—China Loves to Steal U.S. Military Technology. Next: The U.S. Military's Tactics?. Kris Osborn U.S. Military, Asia For many years now, the U.S. military has been conducting specific multi-domain combat training operations and war preparation exercises to include landing Army helicopters on Navy ships, forming Multi-Domain task forces in the Pacific, and firing land weapons at ocean targets. Now China is too. China’s habit of attempting to steal promising U.S. technological innovations and even appearing to copy U.S. design configurations and weapons platforms is well known,...