If a 350-foot Godzila suddenly rose up out of the Sea of Japan with a goal of destroying Tokyo, could humanity successfully defend itself? 

According to a couple members of the U.S. Air Force at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, fire up the BBQ because we'd all be dining on Kaiju before the day was over. 

"Kadena is the keystone of the Pacific," shares MSGT Jason Edwards with Air and Space. "Due to our startegic location, we are able to quickly respond to any threat in the region - to include Godzilla, should he come to Japan...which I guess is a thing."  

Beyond detailing the type of military force they would deploy to defeat such a monster, Edwards also reveals out the people he would add to his attack team. 

"I could go with Chuck Norris, but that would be the obvious one," he says. "As I understand it, the Power Rangers are probably a good choice for this type of scenario."

Enjoy this humorous take on the military's response to the fictional creature below. The new film "Godzilla" opens May 16th. 

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The U.S. Air Force is confident it could handle Godzilla
Members of the Kadena Air Force Base in Okinawa, Japan share their thoughts on how to manage a Kaiju attack.