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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 28 Nov 2012 - 13:27

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 28 Nov 2012 - 15:47

Ya pas a dire ..cela en jette Very Happy !!!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 28 Nov 2012 - 17:06

les chinois disent qu'ils leur faudra 5 ans encore pour avoir un GAN opérationnel mais rythme où vont les choses je pense que d'ici 2 à 3 ans sa sera chose faite...
Ils ne veulent pas créer de panique dans la région, ils me semblent qu'ils veulent laisser la construction de PA 100% chinois ...
quelqu'un a plus d'info sur ce programme Question

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 30 Nov 2012 - 10:17

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China's first ARM breaks cover
By Robert Hewson
11/29/2012
A new air-launched anti-radiation missile (ARM) is being promoted for export by the Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC). The LD-10 ( Lei Dian = Thunderbolt) is a product of the Luoyang Optoelectro Technology Development Centre (LOEC) - AVIC's primary air weapons specialist - and is closely based on LOEC's SD-10 (PL-12) beyond-visual-range air-to-air missile (AAM).

The LD-10 was exhibited in public for the first time at Airshow China 2012, which was held in Zhuhai from 13-18 November. The LD-10 is the first dedicated ARM to be observed in China, and LOEC officials told IHS Jane's the weapon was already in production for an (unnamed) export customer.

AVIC data identify the PAC/AVIC JF-17 Thunder (FC-1) lightweight fighter as a "typical carrier aircraft" for the LD-10. This points directly to the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) as the customer for the missile.

At Airshow China, a senior PAF officer noted that the Brazilian-built Mectron MAR-1 ARM was already integrated and operational with the JF-17 but suggested it was preferable to have "options" when it came to future JF-17 exports.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 30 Nov 2012 - 12:44

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Fighter jet plagiarism allegations 'offensive'



China on Thursday dismissed claims that its carrier-based fighter jets plagiarized foreign models and would make Beijing more assertive in tackling maritime disputes with neighbors.

It is at least unprofessional, if not an intentional attack, to claim China copied foreign aircraft carrier technology through a simple comparison since the laws for military development are objective, and the principles of building military equipment, the command and safeguard methods are similar, Ministry of National Defense spokesman Geng Yansheng said at a regular news conference.

Geng made the remarks in response to reports that the carrier-borne J-15 fighter jet, which made its debut in a landing and take-off exercise on China's first aircraft carrier the Liaoning on Saturday, is a Chinese adaptation of the naval version of Russia's Su-33.

"China adheres to self-dependent scientific innovation. We have sufficient know-how and capability to build and develop our own aircraft carrier," Geng said.

It is true that China used to rely heavily on imported Russian military equipment to modernize its troops, but people should not use that as an excuse to criticize Chinese people who have made tough endeavors and even sacrifices in developing the J-15's engine, fire-control system, electronics system and other key components, said the Xinhua News Agency.

Guo Xiaobing, deputy chief of the Institute of Security and Arms Control Studies under the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations, said the "crime of plagiarism" is a severe insult to Chinese researchers including Luo Yang, head of the production phase of the J-15 who died on Sunday of a heart attack during the carrier's voyage return to base after the planes' landing exercise.

Geng said the J-15, which is still conducting related experiments and training, would equip the army in accordance with the military's schedule. Experts said it will be a while before the Liaoning can be put into operation.

But its presence in the Asia-Pacific region and Beijing's newly proposed "maritime power" strategy have been detected as threats by Washington and its Asian allies. Tokyo and Manila were especially concerned amid their territorial disputes with Beijing over the Diaoyu Islands and the South China Sea.

US State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said earlier that the United States was continuing to carefully monitor Chinese military developments. She urged Beijing to be as transparent as possible about its military capabilities and intentions and to use military power, including the aircraft carrier, in a way that is conducive for regional peace and stability.

"China is always open to military transparency and frankly speaking, the J-15 experiment is quite transparent," said Geng, adding that the Chinese media has had abundant and timely coverage and commentary about the plane since Sunday.

Wu Shengli, China's navy chief on Tuesday also briefed the US secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus on the J-15 and test trials of the Liaoning.

Pan Zheng, a scholar on US military studies with the People's Liberation Army National Defense University, said the US should also ask itself how transparent it has been to China.

Washington on Monday released two pictures of a US-Japan joint drill that concluded on Nov 16. The closed-door exercise is one of many that have taken place between the two countries this year. Geng said China opposes parties that intentionally highlight military agendas and frequently flare up regional tensions.

China's development of the aircraft carrier is not targeted at any third party or part of an arms race, Geng said.

Its development is based on national security and military construction needs and China's ability to invest in such a project, Geng said.

"We hope related parties view China's aircraft carrier construction in an objective and rational way," he added.

Contact the writers at zhaoshengnan@chinadaily.com.cn and lixiaokun@chinadaily.com.cn



(China Daily 11/30/2012 page11)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 30 Nov 2012 - 14:45

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 30 Nov 2012 - 14:53

les chinois ont fait du bon boulo...

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 3 Déc 2012 - 12:18

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 4 Déc 2012 - 11:35

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PLAAF J-7 crashed into building, 4 hurt

A PLAAF J-7 fighter crashed into a building in Shantou, Guangdong province around 9 a.m. this morning. The pilot ejected safely but four on the ground were hurt. A woman, age 26, is in serious condition.

Crash site is about 7 km from Shantou Waisha Airport. The 9th Fighter Division, 27th Air Regiment is believed to be operating out of this former civilian airport.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 5 Déc 2012 - 10:23


j'ai l'impression qu'ils ont intensifiés les maneuvres en 2012, de qui ont ils peur Shocked Shocked
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 5 Déc 2012 - 11:15

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 10 Déc 2012 - 13:05

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 11 Déc 2012 - 11:25

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Navy patrols waters near the Diaoyus

Ships of the People's Liberation Army navy patrolled the waters near the Diaoyu Islands on Monday after returning from a training exercise in the West Pacific.

The flotilla, two destroyers and two frigates from the Navy's Donghai Fleet, passed through the Miyako Strait and entered the West Pacific for a routine training exercise on Nov 28.

After finishing a series of training operations, the flotilla sailed through a strait near the Yonaguni and Iriomote Islands and arrived in waters off the Diaoyu Islands on Monday morning.

The four warships patrolled the waters in formation in rough weather and heavy seas, according to a Xinhua reporter aboard the frigate Zhoushan.

Qiu Yanpeng, commander of the task force and the Donghai Fleet's vice-commander, said Diaoyu Island and its affiliated islets have been part of China's territory since ancient times.

It is legitimate for China's navy to patrol waters under Chinese jurisdiction and it is the Navy's responsibility to safeguard the country's maritime territory and interests, Qiu said.

Monday's patrol was the third of its kind conducted since Japan stirred up tensions with China over the Diaoyu Islands earlier this year.

Sources with the Ministry of National Defense said a seven-warship task force from the navy's Beihai Fleet patrolled the waters near the Diaoyu Islands on Oct 16.

In late September, Defense Ministry spokesman Yang Yujun confirmed that Chinese naval ships had carried out patrols and military training in the waters earlier that month.

A statement issued by the ministry on Monday said that China will continue naval training in the West Pacific.
The training exercise in the West Pacific was routine and conducted in accordance with the navy's annual training plan, and concerned countries should respect the Chinese navy's freedom of navigation and aviation in line with international law, it said.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 12 Déc 2012 - 16:44

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 14 Déc 2012 - 11:21

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PLA Navy makes preparations for Liaoning Aircraft Carrier formation
Within only a month, the development of China’s aircraft carrier experienced the official delivery of the “Liaoning Ship” to the Navy of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the successful taking-off and landing training of the carrier-borne J-15 fighter nicknamed “Flying Shark” on the deck of the aircraft carrier. Western observers feel astonished at the speed of the development of China’s aircraft carrier and no longer doubt that China’s first aircraft carrier formation will debut in the near future.

















A naval open-sea taskforce mainly composed of warships from the East China Sea Fleet under the PLA Navy sailed to the vast waters of the West Pacific Ocean and carried out routine drills again on November 28, 2012. During the open-sea training, the taskforce conducted training on such subjects as round-the-clock navigation and defense, open-sea combat and supply and escort for large surface ship. Military experts speculate that such open-sea training may be the preparation for the building of China’s first aircraft carrier formation.










Chinese Navy Type 052C Lanzhou class Destroyer (NATO reporting name Luyang II)










A naval open-sea taskforce mainly composed of warships from the East China Sea Fleet under the PLA Navy sailed to the vast waters of the West Pacific Ocean and carried out routine drills again on November 28, 2012. During the open-sea training, the taskforce conducted training on such subjects as round-the-clock navigation and defense, open-sea combat and supply and escort for large surface ship. Military experts speculate that such open-sea training may be the preparation for the building of China’s first aircraft carrier formation.

Various fleets started mission-oriented formation drills

Actually, various fleets under the PLA Navy had begun mission-oriented drills before the commissioning of the “Liaoning Ship”. Especially in recent years, the lineup and formation, communication and command and combined tactics of large surface ship taskforce have become the basic components of open-sea training of the PLA Navy.










Chinese Navy FUQING class AOR/Fleet supply vessel881 Hongzehu










A joint taskforce under the North China Sea Fleet of the PLA Navy consisting of seven warships, including the “Harbin” and “Shijiazhuang” guided missile destroyers, also carried out coordinated training among multiple arms in the waters of the West Pacific Ocean in early October. Obviously, with the official delivery of the aircraft carrier “Liaoning Ship”, the PLA Navy will timely carry out joint taskforce drill between the “Liaoning Ship” and other surface ships.

Most of the main active warships can be incorporated into the aircraft carrier formation

Based on the existing PLA naval ships, the “Liaoning Ship” has been able to be built into a formation focusing on control of the air and the sea in accordance with task requirements.

Judging from the warships’ performances and experience, most of the main active warships of the three major fleets under the PLA Navy can be incorporated into the aircraft carrier formation, such as the guided missile destroyers “Lanzhou” (170 warship) and “Haikou” (171 warship), nicknamed the “China’s aegis” of the South China Sea Fleet. All the comprehensive supply ships in various fleets, such as the “Hongze Lake” comprehensive supply ship (881 warship), can undertake the open-sea comprehensive supply for the aircraft carrier formation.










A J-15 Flying Shark fighter jet takes off from Chinese Navy Aircraft Carrier Liaoning (CV16)










Future aircraft carrier formation will be composed of latest-type warships

Restricted by such factors as the experience of aircraft carrier operations and the number of the PLA main naval ships, China’s aircraft carrier formation will be kept in an appropriate scale, and mainly composed of the “Liaoning Ship”, four to six guided missile destroyers and guided missile frigates, one to two nuclear attack submarines or new-type conventional submarines and one comprehensive supply ship. The formation will be constantly tested and adjusted during training.

Compared with that of the U.S. Navy, the first aircraft carrier formation of the Chinese Navy will have more experimental and transitional characteristics.

With the increasingly accelerated modernization of the PLA naval ships, the future aircraft carrier formation will be composed of China’s latest-type surface ships and new-type nuclear attack submarines. Large amphibious warfare ships and open-sea comprehensive supply ships will also be included in the formation.

Undoubtedly, combat effectiveness is the unique yardstick, whether the future aircraft carrier formation is based on the active warships or on new-type information-based warships. The PLA Navy has just taken its first step in building the aircraft carrier formation, and it will need at least five to ten years before the aircraft carrier formation has the real combat effectiveness and comprehensive attack-and-defense capabilities in coastal waters and open-sea.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 17 Déc 2012 - 13:16

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China's submarines close to world level

When commentating as a guest on People's Daily Online, naval expert Li Jie said that submarines independently designed by China are close to those of the United States, Russia, Germany and Japan in performance indicators, despite slight gaps from developed countries in terms of power plant and noise.

Li Jie explained that China's process of designing and building submarines has been actually getting mature and increasingly improved. By virtue of the intelligence and wisdom of Chinese people, China has made significant achievements in submarine design. The submarines independently designed by China have no big problems but some slight gaps in noise, material application and power supply.

Li Jie added China's submarines are very close to nuclear submarines developed by the U.S. and Russia as well as conventional submarines developed of Japan and Germany in performance indicators, with narrowing gaps with them. Specifically, China has made improvements in mute effect, invisibility, material application, underwater hitting power, while we are also developing long-range, short-range, anti-ship and ballistic missiles. Additionally, we are also making effort to improve AIP submarines, and have made a great progress.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 17 Déc 2012 - 14:24

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Australia Welcomes Chinese Navy Ships


(Source: Australian Department of National Defence; issued Dec. 17, 2012)



Three People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy ships arrive in Sydney tomorrow as part of a four day port visit. The ships Yi Yang, Chang Zhou and Qian Dao Hu are returning to China from counter-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden.

China has a central role to play in contributing to regional security and Australia welcomes China’s continued efforts in working with other countries to combat piracy.

International dialogue is necessary to ensure a coordinated and effective international response to the threat that piracy poses to regional security.

As Chinese Minister for National Defence General Liang Guanglie and I announced in June, our navies will share the lessons learned on counter-piracy operations during this visit.

This ship visit is one of a number of defence engagement activities conducted this year to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Australia and the People’s Republic of China.

In May HMAS Ballarat visited Shanghai and conducted a passage exercise with the Chinese Navy frigate Anqing at the mouth of the Yangtze River.

In October Australia hosted PLA and New Zealand Defence Force personnel for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) exercise Cooperation Spirit, which included a practical component.

Australia is committed to developing strong and positive defence relations with China through dialogue and practical activities.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 17 Déc 2012 - 16:58

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 19 Déc 2012 - 10:49

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Chinese People's Liberation Naval ship, Yi Yang, sails past the iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House, bound for Fleet Base East, Sydney.





Chinese People's Liberation Naval ship, Yi Yang, sails past the Sydney sky line, bound for Fleet Base East.





Chinese People's Liberation Naval ship, Chang Zhou, sails into Sydney Harbour, bound for Fleet Base East, Sydney.





Spectators welcome Chinese People's Liberation Army-Navy ship Yi Yang from the flight deck of Qian Dao Hu.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 19 Déc 2012 - 15:35

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China has ability to build high-power aircraft carrier


The extent of a country's strategic interests is basically determined by that of its military strength, said Li Li, professor with National Defense University.

On the development of China's aircraft carriers, Li Li said China now has the ability to build high-power aircraft carriers but should not recklessly carry out construction. There are a lot of things to think about clearly first, such as nuclear power technology. Before solving all high-end technology issues, it is inappropriate to blindly start construction. China has ability to take the next aircraft carrier to a higher level.

Regarding the combat effectiveness of the Chinese army, Li Li said that China has already made some substantial progress in terms of new equipment, judging from the disclosure of heavyweight equipment since 2006. The level of training of the armed forces, especially combat training, has been greatly improved. Nevertheless, we still have to make improvement in terms of understanding the high-tech war.

With her experience of long-term research on the development of weaponry worldwide, Li Li said whatever higher stage that the war may develop into, the essence is still the conquer of high-tech against low-tech, behind which is a more profound kind of competition. The development of high-tech military technology is a realistic choice for the protection of national security.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 21 Déc 2012 - 10:21

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China's self-developed third-generation ejection seats put into service

By the end of World War II, Germany pioneered the use of ejection seats as the rescue tools for military pilots. The ejection technology was first introduced to the military airplanes in the middle of the last century, and has gone through four stages of development so far.

The first-generation ejection seat: the seats at this stage are ballistic, which were mainly used to separate pilots in an emergency from airplanes flying at a high speed. Examples included the seats on the British MK1, MK5, and the Soviet Union MiG-15, MiG-17.

The second-generation ejection seat: the seats at this stage are rocket-powered, characterized by the use of rocket for the second order propulsion. After propelled out of the cabin by the first order propulsion, the seat/occupant system would go even higher with the propulsion from the rocket, providing an approach to the ejection escape at zero height - zero speed, allowing ejection at a higher speed of 1,100 kilometers per hour.

The third-generation ejection seat: it is a polymorphic stage of development, characterized by the use of velocity sensors (electronic/mechanical) allowing the escape procedures to execute different modes in response to the flying speed at the time of emergency ejection. Most of the planes in service overseas are equipped with the third-generation seats.

The fourth-generation ejection seat: its main feature is to use the key technologies of controllable thrust and flight control to exercise control over the attitude after the escape of seat/occupant system.

China’s self-developed third-generation ejection seats have been put into service. While being equipped with electronic and mechanical controllers for control of polymorphic procedures, it is able to determine delays based on the speed and height of ejection escape, and control the timing of ejecting the escape parachute and separating the seat from the occupant, thereby improving the probability of survival in the event of low altitude, low and middle speed and adverse attitude. Research on the next-generation ejection technologies is ongoing.

Read the Chinese version: 我国自行研制的第三代弹射座椅已大量装机服役, source: China Aviation News, author: Su Bingjun

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 21 Déc 2012 - 12:26

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Sam 22 Déc 2012 - 13:26

Après une visite de 4 jours, une flottille chinoise a quitté Sydney ce matin vers la Chine après avoir participé dans les opérations de lutte anti-piraterie dans le golf d'Aden

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 24 Déc 2012 - 11:44

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