Amoy (Xiamen), don't quote me on this, is going to be the closest warzone should the Tawian strait heat up. If you drive along the coast, along the benches you can see old bunkers and pill boxes as well as propaganda (from both sides). I think the grip load of those triple AAAs are primary for training "reserves". Aka, people like my aunt, who is a customs officer (works at the port authority). Apparently everyone who is a public servant in china, basically government sector receive some basic training in national defense.
So basically a 3 stripes 3 button customs officer who pushes paperwork all day at the port authority gets to play with with a 57mm AAA for a few days. Lawl, but thats another story.
Also, there is a small naval base in Xiamen, I'm guessing.. saw Fast Attack Boats docked at the PLAN base that you can view from the highway.
Very cool info. Thanks. What about the island top right, is that Taiwanese? That's heavily militarised with coastal defences etc. There's a C-130 on that island or the next, don't recall I guessed it was Pakistani but obviously Taiwanese.
1) Fortress Singapore on the eve of the Japanese invasion in December 1941.
2) Coastal Fortress USA after 1941.
3) Fortress USA in the 1950's with Nike Missile sites.
4) Khe Sanh, South Vietnam
5) Dien Bien Phu, North Vietnam