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Navy Intel Admiral Says China Balloon Was Wake-up Call to Americans


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SAN DIEGO — For years, national security and military officials have trumpeted the looming threat China poses to the U.S.-led global order.

For just as many years, polls have shown that foreign policy issues rank low on the average voter’s list of pressing concerns.

But the appearance Feb. 1 of the Chinese surveillance balloon that sallied its way across U.S. airspace before being shot down off South Carolina is “absolutely” waking up regular Americans to the Chinese government’s threat to world order, the Navy’s top intelligence official said Wednesday.

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