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Topic - Wallace "Chip" Gregson
Wallace "Chip" Gregson, assistant defense secretary for Asian and Pacific security affairs, said in a speech earlier this month that China's new anti-access and area-denial weapons, including the DF-21D, "threaten our primary means of projecting power: our bases, our sea and air assets, and the networks that support them."
On China's overall role in Asia, Gen. Gregson warned that "it has become increasingly evident that China is pursuing a long-term, comprehensive military buildup that could upend the regional security balance."