U.S. Senators Propose Taiwan-US Soldier Program

U.S. Senators Propose Taiwan-US Soldier Program

U.S. senators Rick Scott, Tammy Duckworth, and John Cornyn were among the lawmakers who introduced the legislation, titled the Taiwan partnership act, in the U.S. Senate.

Andrew H. Sweet

U.S. senators Rick Scott, Tammy Duckworth, and John Cornyn were among the lawmakers who introduced the legislation, titled the Taiwan partnership act, in the U.S. Senate.

The non-binding measure calls for increasing exchanges between defense officials and military personnel of the two nations to enhance Taiwan's reserve forces and improve interoperability among its military branches.

The National Guard is "ideally suited" to partner with Taiwan in areas such as emergency response, cyber defense, education, cultural exchanges, and advisory programs, Senator Duckworth said.

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