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MessageSujet: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 2 Jan 2013 - 11:04

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Jeu 3 Jan 2013 - 15:07

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Chinese Navy future Maritime Patrol Aircraft Y-8FQ Cub/GX-6 has started its flight test campaign
The ASW (Anti-Submarine Warfare) variant of Y-8, the Y-8FQ Cub (also known as GX-6 for High New 6) first surfaced on the Chinese internet in November 2011 as we reported at the time. A new picture just surfaced showing the PLAN future Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) in flight, indicating that flight tests for the time have already started.









The new PLAN Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) Y-8FQ Cub/High New 6 (GX-6) during a test flight








The Y-8FQ is based on the Y-8 Transport aircraft by Shaanxi Aircraft Company, equipped with four WJ-6C turbofan engines with 6-bladed propellers. The tail of the plane has been modified to improve handling at low speed and low altitude as request by Maritime Patrol Aircrafts mission profiles, when on ASW missions. On such mission the MPA would use its MAD (Magnetic Anomaly Detector) boom to detect submarines. This boom is clearly noticeable at the tail of the Y-8FQ.

From the picture above, we can note that the Y-8FQ is fitted with a chin radome probably housing some kind of maritime surveillance radar. It is also fitted with an Optronics turret and several antennas both at the top and at the bottom of the fuselage. Finally, note the weapon bay doors just in front of the main landing gear, as well as the large bulbous window at the rear for visual observation.

All in all this new Y-8FQ Cub/High New 6 Maritime Patrol Aircraft has all the attributes of a capable MPA like the P-3 Orion, Atlantique II or IL-38. The first Y-8FQ MPA will likely be operated by 2nd Naval Aviation Division 6th Regiment Dalian-Tuchengzi.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 7 Jan 2013 - 10:15

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Satellites Spot China’s Mysterious New Warplane



The Y-20 at Yanliang on Jan. 1. Photo: GeoEye GeoEye 1
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 8 Jan 2013 - 10:42

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Unmanned J-6 fighter jets put on Fujian air base
2013/01/07 17:19:30


Hong Kong, Jan. 7 (CNA) A large number of old J-6 fighter jets that have been converted into unmanned attack aircraft are being stationed at Liancheng Air Base in Fujian province, according to the latest issue of Kanwa Defense Review.

China's Huanqiu.com cited the Canadian online magazine as saying that satellite photos taken on July 31, 2011 showed there were at least 55 of the J-6 aircraft on the base.

The magazine said the air base most likely has more J-6s than any other base in Fujian, showing that the Chinese Air Force attaches great importance to the capabilities of the unmanned fighter.

Reports said the J-6, the Chinese-built version of the Soviet MiG-19 "Farmer" fighter aircraft, was produced by Shengyang Aircraft Corp. and formed the backbone of the Chinese Air Force in the 1960s and the 1970s.

The J-6 fleet was retired in the late 1990s. But because of the J-6s' maneuverability, high thrust-to-weight ratio, and light weight and their suitability for close-distance combat, the planes have since been converted into unmanned attack fighters.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 9 Jan 2013 - 9:27

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HO CHI MINH CITY, Vitenam, Jan. 7 (Xinhua) -- Three Chinese navy ships returning from counter-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden have docked at south Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City, kicking off a five-day good-will visit on Monday.

The People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy ships belonging to the 12nd Escort Task Group were warmly received by representatives from Vietanmese army and government, the Chinese embassy in Vietnam and consulate general in Ho Chi Minh City as well as local Chinese institutions and companies.

The escort task group is composed of missile frigates CNS Yi Yang and CNS Chang Zhou and comprehensive replenishment ship CNS Qian Dao Hu. The fleet, led by Rear Admiral Zhou Ximing and joined by over 790 PLA Navy officers and men, had left China in July, 2012, and visited Sydney of Australia in December after fulfilling the escort mission.

Zhou Ximing, on behalf of the escort task group, briefed Chinese Ambassador to Vietnam Kong Xuanyou and other visitors to the ships on their counter-piracy and excort mission.

According to the schedule, the Chinese PLA Navy visiting group will hold various activities jointly with their Vietnamese counterparts, as to increase bilateral communication and understanding, while Zhou Ximing and his commanding team are to visit and hold talks with Vietnamese government and senior military officials including Rear Admiral Pham Van Hong, Deputy Staff Chief of Vietnamese Navy.

Navy fleets escorting commercial vessels in the Indian Ocean have successfully accomplished their international missions over the last four years, the PLA Naval Headquarters has said on Dec. 25, 2012.

Chinese Navy has increased its ability to conduct off-shore military maneuvers, with a total of 34 warships, 28 helicopters and over 10,000 officers and sailors participating in ocean-going missions since Dec. 26, 2008, when Chinese navy ships began conducting escort missions in the Indian Ocean. Since then, they have escorted over 5,000 Chinese and foreign civilian vessels, half of which belonged to foreign owners including Vietnamese.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 11 Jan 2013 - 13:04

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La Chine envoie des avions de chasse pour "contrer" des chasseurs nippons

Le Monde.fr avec AFP | 11.01.2013 à 13h26
La Chine a fait décoller jeudi deux avions de chasse pour "contrer" deux chasseurs F-15 japonais qui eux-mêmes suivaient un avion patrouilleur chinois en mer de Chine orientale, théâtre d'une dispute territoriale entre les deux pays, a rapporté vendredi l'agence Chine nouvelle.
L'envoi des deux chasseurs J-10 chinois a été confirmé lors d'une conférence de presse vendredi par un responsable du ministère chinois de la défense, selon l'agence de presse officielle chinoise. Chine nouvelle ne précise toutefois pas si les deux appareils chinois ont survolé la zone disputée autour des îles Diaoyu, appelées Senkaku par Tokyo, se bornant à indiquer que les chasseurs chinois avaient pour mission de "contrer" et "surveiller" les chasseurs nippons qui exerçaient une pression sur le patrouilleur Y-8 chinois.

Cet incident est un nouveau signe de la dégradation de la situation en mer de Chine orientale, à propos de laquelle Tokyo et Pékin restent chacun campés sur leur position inflexible. Il est intervenu deux jours après que le gouvernement japonais a convoqué mardi 8 janvier l'ambassadeur de Chine, pour la première fois depuis l'entrée en fonction du premier ministre Shinzo Abe, afin de "protester vigoureusement" contre la présence récurrente de navires chinois dans les eaux entourant les îles Senkaku/Diaoyu.

Lire : Iles Senkaku : Tokyo sermonne l'ambassadeur chinois

La crise sino-nippone était déjà montée d'un cran le mois dernier avec le survol de cet archipel par un avion chinois, dénoncé par le Japon comme la première violation de son espace aérien depuis l'aggravation de ce conflit territorial en septembre.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 11 Jan 2013 - 13:26

la Chine a l'air vraiment décidé cette fois si...même si le J-10 me parait un peu léger face au F-15J nippon...
le problème de la Chine c'est qu'elle a déjà plusieurs "fer au feu" (Taiwan, Vietnam....) et le Japon c'est un gros, très gros morceaux.
Il est possible que ça soit aussi un message pour intimider les autres, en s'attaquant à la puissance régionnal, Pékin montre aux autres que la Chine est prête à aller jusqu'aux bout.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Sam 12 Jan 2013 - 20:21




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 14 Jan 2013 - 15:55

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 14 Jan 2013 - 18:42

Alloudi a écrit:

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c'est quoi comme tanks ?

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 14 Jan 2013 - 19:37

Vu la camo je pense que ce sont des type 99
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 21 Jan 2013 - 15:29

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 22 Jan 2013 - 14:43

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By Agence France-Presse on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Three Chinese government ships entered waters around islands at the centre of a dispute with Tokyo on Monday, the day after China rebuked the United States for comments seen as supporting Japan.

Japan’s coastguard said the maritime surveillance boats were sailing in and out of waters around a chain of Tokyo-controlled islands known as the Senkakus in Japan, which Beijing calls the Diaoyus, for nearly nine hours.

The three boats all left the waters by 3:45 pm (0645 GMT) and were sailing away from the islands, the coastguard said.

China has repeatedly sent ships to the area since Japan nationalised some of the chain in September, a move that triggered a diplomatic dispute and huge anti-Japan demonstrations across China.

Beijing has also sent air patrols to the archipelago in the East China Sea, and in recent weeks both Beijing and Tokyo have scrambled fighter jets, though there have been no clashes.

On Sunday, Beijing said it was “strong dissatisfied” after US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a veiled warning to China not to challenge Tokyo’s control over the chain, which is believed to sit atop vast mineral reserves.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, Japan’s top government spokesman, refuted the Chinese remarks, describing it as “extremely regrettable.”

On Friday, Clinton said the US opposed “any unilateral actions that would seek to undermine Japanese administration” of the islands.

The top US diplomat added “we do not want to see any action taken by anyone that could raise tensions or result in miscalculation that would undermine the peace, security and economic growth in this region”.

Suga hailed Clinton’s comments, saying: “It shows the United States’ strong posture toward the Japan-US security alliance. The Japanese government welcomes her comments.”



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Jeu 24 Jan 2013 - 10:20

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China may test Y-7 variant as carrier-based AEW aircraft

China is unlikely to use the KJ-2000 or KJ-200 as airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft on its first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, due to weight, size, and other factors. The Liaoning needs a type of medium-sized AEW aircraft that do not occupy much space, military expert Du Wenlong said in an interview with China Central Television on Jan. 19.

Another military expert Li Li said that an AEW variant of the Xian Y-7 is probably being tested for use as AEW aircraft on the Liaoning, but it still faces problems concerning wing folding and hangar capacity.

Du said that the existing KJ-2000 or KJ-200 is not the suitable AEW aircraft for the Liaoning. Carrier-based AEW aircraft must features light weight and small size, while the two models of AEW aircraft are too heavy. The KJ-2000 weighs more than 100 tons. The KJ-200 weighs dozens of tons, and has a relatively big size. Carrier-based AEW aircraft should have a small size, and occupy small space because every inch of space on an aircraft carrier is extremely valuable. The Liaoning needs a type of medium-sized AEW aircraft which can combat in coordination with the J-15 or the next-generation carrier-based aircraft, so as to form a sound maritime attacking and defense system.

Will the Y-7 variant be used as AEW aircraft on the Liaoning? Li explained that the Y-7 weighs over 20 tons, and meets the first criterion for carrier-based AEW aircraft. However, some other basic factors also deserve attention. The variant must have folding wings to become carrier-based AEW aircraft, but it is difficult to convert the Y-7's conventional wings into folding wings. Furthermore, the variant must be small enough to fit into the Liaoning's hangar, but the Y-7 has a higher height than most other domestic fighter planes. China is probably doing related tests, and can try to solve problems concerning the catapult. If these problems are solved, the size of AEW aircraft will not be a bother anymore.

Du said that the Liaoning is carrying out training to use helicopters as AEW aircraft for the moment, and it is hard to say whether it will continue like this. It is acceptable if China uses AEW helicopters on the Liaoning to combat in coordination with other carrier-based fighter planes, but carrier-based AEW aircraft had better be fixed-wing, so the scope, height, and accuracy of surveillance will meet the military's requirements.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Dim 27 Jan 2013 - 12:16

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 28 Jan 2013 - 11:11

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By Agence France-Presse on Monday, January 28th, 2013

China has carried out a test flight of its biggest-ever army transport aeroplane, state media said Sunday, as the country strengthens its military capabilities.

A successful test flight of the Y-20, a long-range heavy transport jet, took place on Saturday in the northwest of the country, the People’s Daily newspaper reported on its website.

The plane was developed in China to transport military combat and support vehicles and can carry up to 66 tons, the report said, making it China’s biggest home-grown military transport plane to date.

The Y-20 would be a “huge boost to the intercontinental strategic projection abilities of China’s air force”, the Beijing News cited an army expert as saying.

China has invested heavily in upgrading its military in recent years, rattling its neighbours in Asia. It insists its army spending is relatively low as a proportion of GDP and is not aimed at any other country.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 28 Jan 2013 - 11:49

La Chine test un missile "tueur de porte avions ) ........
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 29 Jan 2013 - 12:39

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 5 Fév 2013 - 17:12

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Jeu 7 Fév 2013 - 15:16

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 18 Fév 2013 - 21:08

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 22 Fév 2013 - 10:17

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China may become first importer of Russian S-400 missile systems – official


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ABU DHABI. Feb 20 (Interfax-AVN) – China may become the first importer of new Russian S-400 Triumf surface-to-air missiles systems, a top official at the Russian government’s arms trade agency said on Wednesday.
The S-400 has aroused wide-scale interest abroad, Vyacheslav Dzirkaln, deputy director of the Federal Service for Military Technological Cooperation, told Interfax-AVN at the current IDEX international arms show in the United Arab Emirates.
“There has traditionally been great interest in our surface-to-air missile systems among foreign countries. As regards the cutting-edge S-400 Triumf systems, we will most likely be talking in earnest about exporting them when we have satisfied our domestic needs, in other words, when we have supplied the Russian army with them,” Dzirkaln said.
The S-400 is relatively expensive, and not every country can afford to buy it, he said. “I can’t exclude the possibility that China will be the first foreign country to buy such systems,” Dzirkaln said.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 25 Fév 2013 - 14:59

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PLA on course for nuclear-powered aircraft carriers


As major projects on core technologies for nuclear-powered vessels are approved, experts say developing a suitable, safe engine may take time

Saturday, 23 February, 2013, 12:00am





China's first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning. Photo: Xinhua


Beijing has approved funding for major projects to develop core technologies for nuclear-powered vessels, a first official indication of plans to build nuclear-powered aircraft carriers.
But military experts said it was too early to determine when China would have its first nuclear-powered carrier because it would take time to develop a safe and powerful engine.
A report posted on the website of the China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation, the largest state-owned shipbuilder, this week said the Ministry of Science and Technology had approved funding to its 719th Research Institute for two research projects, including core technologies and safety studies for nuclear-powered ships, as well as technical support for small nuclear reactors.
The shipbuilding giant is also the top contractor of the People's Liberation Army Navy and took charge of the refitting work for China's first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning.
Military experts said the report indicated that Beijing was formally kicking off its plan to develop indigenous nuclear-powered carriers.
The Liaoning was built using the hull of a Soviet Kuznetsov-class carrier, the Varyag, with a displacement of 65,000 tonnes, which China acquired from Ukraine in 2002. It is a conventionally powered carrier.
"The report told us that our country is going to introduce nuclear-powered technology on large-tonnage ships, including aircraft carriers, submarines and other warships," said Li Jie , a Beijing-based naval expert.

[China] is going to introduce nuclear-powered technology on large-tonnage ships, including aircraft carriers, submarines and other warshipsIn 2009, military sources told the South China Morning Post that Beijing initially planned to build up to four medium-sized aircraft carriers along the lines of the Liaoning by 2020, with the first two being launched by 2015.
Nuclear-powered carriers had several advantages over conventional ones, Li said. "A conventionally powered carrier should be refuelled frequently … while the cruising range of a normal nuclear-powered carrier is unlimited as its small nuclear reactor could be used for up to 30 or even 50 years," he said.
Song Xiaojun , a Beijing-based warship expert, said China was capable of developing nuclear-powered carriers because its navy had at least eight nuclear-powered submarines.
"Both France and the United States developed nuclear-powered submarines first and then carriers," he said. "I think we can follow them too."
Professor Arthur Ding Shu-fan, secretary general of the Taipei-based Chinese Council of Advanced Policy Studies, said that Beijing needed to tackle a traditional headache - the engine.
"The engine is one of the core technologies for a nuclear-powered carrier project," he said. "Compared with submarines, a carrier is much bigger. It's not an easy job for Beijing to develop a safe and powerful engine capable of driving a huge platform of more than 100,000 tonnes."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 27 Fév 2013 - 16:34

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China Launches Stealth Frigate Amid Ocean Tensions
China has launched the first ship in a new class of stealth missile frigates, state media reported Tuesday, amid ongoing tensions with neighboring countries over Beijing's maritime claims.
The People's Liberation Army Navy is building a total of 20 Type 056 Jiangdao class frigates to replace older models and bolster its ability to conduct patrols and escort ships and submarines in waters it claims in the South China and East China seas.
The first in the class, No. 582, was formally delivered to the navy on Monday in Shanghai, which is home to one of the country's largest complexes of naval shipyards, according to the official Xinhua News Agency and the navy's official website.
Newly promoted navy commander Wu Shengli attended the delivery ceremony, the reports said, an indication of the importance with which the service regards the new ships' mission.
The helicopter-equipped ships feature a sleek design to reduce clutter and make them harder to spot by radar and are armed with anti-ship and anti-aircraft missiles. They also need a crew of just 60, two-thirds fewer than older vessels, a major advantage that should boost efficiency and relieve burdens in training and recruitment. At 1,440 tons fully loaded, is considerably smaller than U.S. Navy frigates, and is categorized by some observers as a member of the smaller class of ship known as corvettes.
China's navy has so far stayed aloof from the island disputes in order to avoid further escalating tensions, with patrol ships from the Ministry of Transportation and other government agencies dispatched instead to assert China's territorial claims.
However, China has made no secret of its desire to extend its navy's global reach, and the service has received considerable attention in China's military modernization. China's first aircraft carrier, the overhauled Soviet-era Liaoning, entered service last year, while a growing array of nuclear submarines and ultra-modern surface ships are also joining the fleet.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Jeu 28 Fév 2013 - 9:31

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China gets maritime recon boost with MA60 MPA production
By Robert Foster
2/27/2013
The X'ian Aircraft Corporation MA60 maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) is now in production, an official from the China National Aero-Technology Import and Export Co (CATIC) told IHS Jane's at the recent IDEX exhibition in Abu Dhabi: a development that raises the prospect of China being able to further increase its aerial military-diplomatic pressure on Japan over disputed territories in the East China Sea.

CATIC officials said that the MA60 MPA is scheduled for Chinese coastguard organisations such as the China Maritime Surveillance (CMS) agency, which has been at the forefront of Beijing's response to perceived infringements on its territorial sovereignty. A twin-turboprop powered X'ian Y-12 belonging to the CMS flew over the disputed Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands in December 2012, one of a number of incidents that led to fighter aircraft from both countries being scrambled to the area.

Once operational, the MA60, which like the Y-12 is unarmed, will provide the CMS with a greater range. With a 10-hour endurance, it is double that of the Y-12.

First seen in model form at the November 2011 Dubai Airshow, the MA60 MPA is derived from X'ian's MA60 civil airliner.

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