While China is aggressively expanding its military on the other side of the Taiwan Strait and threatening to achieve "reunification of the motherland" by "any means", the United States and international allies are counting on Taiwan to be self-reliant and build a national defense capability that can deter Chinese aggression. However, the current real situation of Taiwan's military is not only the serious problem of shortage of troops and the ineffectiveness of the backup system, as revealed by the author's recent investigation in the US.
Foreign Policy " ( the Chinese translation is fax number list published on the Key Review Network), but also the logistics system is also serious. Vulnerable, maybe half of the vehicles are off the road, and even fewer weapons can be fired. Even before the Chinese People's Liberation Army fired a single shot, Taiwanese soldiers were killed because of these problems. While Taiwanese politicians boasted about spending big taxpayer dollars on shiny weapons from the United States, a young soldier was forced to buy parts by the army's poor logistical conditions, and finally went to a dead end.
Huang Zhijie, who is 30 years old today (2020), was originally a lieutenant in the Taiwan Army. He used to be a volunteer soldier in the paratroopers of the Special Operations Command. He loved the national army and applied for the training of unpopular soldiers to be transferred to officers. After being promoted to lieutenant, he was dispatched to The 269th Brigade of the Army Mechanized Infantry serves as the director of the maintenance plant.