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  • This is cool:



    A Chinese soldier was challenged with drifting in a tank. He needed to drive three tanks and park them in the right location.

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    • Hypervelocity missile breakthrough makes China the world leader in new weaponry
      http://www.news.com.au/technology/in...a028c1a6df6283

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      • Ask the expert: What does the J-20’s configuration reveal?


        https://hushkit.net

        I think the main benefit to be gained from this arrangement is the carriage of significantly more fuel, coupled with the scope for use of a longer weapons bay. The overall outcome could be a remarkable multi-role aircraft, with a particular strike role, carrying area-denial weapons. These might include, but are unlikely to be limited to, anti-ship missiles. The additional fuel could confer either additional range, or long combat persistence, and this suggests that, if armed with a long-range AAM a role as an anti-AWACS or anti-tanker system.
        Good read.

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        • Originally posted by BogT View Post
          This is cool:



          A Chinese soldier was challenged with drifting in a tank. He needed to drive three tanks and park them in the right location.
          The driver...

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          • Originally posted by ayanami_tard View Post
            in a conventional war America wins ..... in a nuclear war everyone loses


            in other news by 2022/3 China could have 4 or 5 aircraft Carriers in active service China has started on their type 03 carrier which is expected to take 2 years China has already the 1 type 01 and their first type 01a is expected to become active sometime this year i believe another type 01a is being built and the first type 02 is expected to be launched in the summer of this year
            Last edited by Tizer; 05-01-2018, 02:40 AM.

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            • https://www.popsci.com/china-navy-railgun-warship




              its nice to know the us is constantly pissing away our advantage to the chinese

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              • Is China's PLAN About to Test a Railgun at Sea ?
                Ship spotters from China released several pictures of what appears to be an electromagnetic (EM) railgun. The pictures released on January 31st show the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN or Chinese Navy) Type 072 III landing ship Haiyangshan (hull number 936) fitted with the suspected railgun at its bow and several ISO containers amidship.
                https://www.navyrecognition.com/inde...un-at-sea.html

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                • China conducts successful interception of ballistic missile in Earth’s orbit

                  http://www.news.com.au/technology/in...24b06237d8f1ae

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                  • China's J20 enters serivce: http://www.scmp.com/news/china/diplo...es-combat-duty

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                    • China to Speed-up Development of Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier, Subs

                      http://www.defenseworld.net/news/220...s#.WptIv2aZOqA

                      "In the future, China's national interests will continue to expand overseas. Without a fleet of large nuclear-powered vessels, the Chinese navy cannot sail for a long time to faraway waters," Li added.

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                      • https://www.perthnow.com.au/technolo...6af7078f0e5cca

                        China has confirmed it has a warship-mounted electromagnetic rail gun, and that sea tests are underway.

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                        • a suspected HGV ( Hypersonic Glide Vehicle) test over Huabei on 4.27




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                          • Liaoning has started night operations, reaching a carrier operation milestone that few countries have reached:

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zirb1iYO-p8

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                            • Very few apart from the US, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Japan, Australia, Korea and India. And possibly Thailand too.

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                              • Originally posted by TheKiwi


                                Aren't you forgetting a country? It's the kind of country that's pretty hard to misplace.....






                                Originally posted by MRAPer View Post
                                Liaoning has started night operations, reaching a carrier operation milestone that few countries have reached:

                                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zirb1iYO-p8
                                I don't know why, but I just can't imagine proper sailors without the characteristic striped telnyashka undershirts.

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