Is the a real possibility of the U.S. having a traditional non-nuclear war with a major military power?

by admin on January 15, 2012

Question by Notyme4BS: Is the a real possibility of the U.S. having a traditional non-nuclear war with a major military power?
Wouldn’t technology make it extremely difficult to even get military assets to a foreign power, or vice versa?

For example, can’t navy ships be sunk by cruise missles while they’re thousands of miles away. Can’t major powers see where our ships & planes are with satelite & vice versa. How would we land troops in Russia or China for an invasion?

Best answer:

Answer by Futile
Non-nuclear doesn’t mean non-technological. We could have wars without nuclear energy or weapons, if the possibility ever arose. But if we didn’t have technology, how did the war begin in the first place?

And if we can’t go to them, how can they come to us?

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