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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 1 Mar 2013 - 15:47

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China allocates $ 16 billion for new jet engines

tuck with heavy dependence on Russian components for its new generation
of fighter aircraft,China has allocated USD 16 billion to fund an R&D project for
developing new jet engines.



China will invest at least 100 billion yuan (USD
16 billion) in a national research and development project for aircraft engines,
state-run China Daily reported today.



The investment will mainly be used for research
on technology, designs and materials related to the development and
manufacturing of aircraft engines. "Our country remains comparatively weak in
almost every field related to the development and production of aircraft
engines," the daily quoted an official of the Beijing University of Aeronautics
and Astronautics as saying.

"Although we're able to develop a handful of
advanced engines, they are still defective and it is difficult to put them into
mass production," he said.

Despite rapid expansion of its Air Force,
developing several advanced jets, China continues to depend heavily on Russian
and foreign-made engines for its aircraft, including the stealth fighter J-30 as
well as the new fighter jet J-15 to operate from its first aircraft carrier.



Russia which is apprehensive of copy cat
prototypes,sells its engines with lot of restrictions. The Russian engines are
used even for the JF-17 Thunder aircraft being jointly produced by China and
Pakistan.

The new research will be conducted by China's
Shenyang Liming Aero-Engine and Xi'an Aero-Engine, two research and industrial
complexes under the nation's biggest aircraft manufacturer, Aviation Industry
Corp of China, (AVIC), the official said.

China's past failure to pay enough attention to
aviation engine research, together with a shortage of skilled workers in
industrial manufacturing, has contributed to its long-time inability to develop
and produce reliable engines, the Daily quoted experts as saying.

Even the most advanced domestically developed
engine -the Liming WS-10 Taihang turbofan engine failed to apply the
cutting-edge techniques of single crystal turbine blades and a powder metallurgy
turbine disk, according to aviation industry insiders.

"Developing aviation engines requires a nation to
possess solid scientific and technological capabilities and a
strong
industrial manufacturing sector. Unfortunately, China is comparatively
weak in this regard," Li Fangyong, executive
vice-president of AVIC said.

"As a conservative estimate, we will witness
major breakthroughs in the development of indigenous, advanced aircraft engines
within at most 10 years," Aviation industry analyst Wang Ya'nan said.

Brokerage firm Guangda Securities said in a
report on Wednesday that China will become the biggest buyer of aircraft and
aircraft engines within 20 years and will need around 3,000 aircraft by 2026,
state-run Xinhua news agency
reported.This will create demand for around 6,500 aircraft engines worth USD 65
billion
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Sam 2 Mar 2013 - 14:32

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Dim 3 Mar 2013 - 22:49

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 4 Mar 2013 - 11:22

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New jumbo transport jet completes more tests



BEIJING, March 3 -- China on Saturday completed two more ground slide tests
for Y-20, its biggest home-grown transport aircraft, following its successful
January maiden flight, the air freighter's chief designer said.
Tang Changhong, chief designer for Y-20, or Transport-20, revealed more
details about the multi-function jumbo transport jet in an interview with Xinhua
on the sidelines of the annual session of China's top political advisory body,
which opened on Sunday afternoon.
"The successful test flight of Y-20 marks a milestone in China's aviation
industry and we're moving a step closer toward building a strategic air power
for the country," said Tang, who is a member of the 12th National Committee of
the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, the country's top
political advisory body.
Following the latest tests at a center in west China, Tang said it took five
years for Chinese designers to manufacture and test-fly the jumbo air
freighter.
"Compared with heavy-lift transport aircraft developers in foreign countries,
our development cycle is pretty fast," said Tang, who once served as the chief
designer for China's fighter-bomber jet JH-7A.
Currently, large strategic air freighters in active service around the world
include the Antonov An-225, the Ilyushin Il-76 and the Boeing C-17 Globemaster
III.
According to the chief designer, the Y-20 has a traditional layout using
tricycle landing gear and two 90-degree-deflecting wheels on the nose gear.
Tang noted the aircraft can be used in rescue relief efforts in earthquakes
and other disasters, and will improve the Chinese military's rapid deployment
capabilities.
Tang believes the Y-20 will serve as China's jumbo transport aircraft "over a
very long period of time" in the future.
The Ministry of Defense confirmed shortly after the successful test flight on
Jan. 26 that the Y-20, mainly developed by the Xi'an Aircraft Industry (Group)
Company Ltd., has the highest load-carrying capacity of 66 tonnes, a fuselage
length of 47 meters, a wingspan of 45 meters and a height of 15 meters, and
bears the maximum take-off weight of 200 tonnes.
In voluntarily releasing news about Y-20's test flights, Chinese aircraft
designers have shown their confidence and greatly boosted military transparency,
according to Tang.
"The development and testing of high-end military technology and equipment is
in line with China's defense and security policy that is purely defensive in
nature," he added.
The official codename of the aircraft is Kunpeng, named after a legendary
bird in Chinese mythology that can fly thousands of miles.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 5 Mar 2013 - 12:34

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Chinese Shipbuilder CSOC unveiled new Frigate, LHD and Submarine designs at IDEX 2013



Beijing based China Shipbuilding & Offshore International Co. (CSOC) unveiled several new designs during IDEX 2013, the international defense exhibition held in the United Arab Emirates. Navyrecognition took the opportunity to get some details about these new designs during the event, including a new LHD design, the S20 submarine and a new stealth frigate design.


CSOC's three new models on show during IDEX 2013



CSOC New LHD

The sign next to the model might have said "LPD", the model showcased on CSOC's stand at IDEX really was an LHD (Landing Helicopter Dock).

Reported specifications (length of 198 meters, displacement of 22,000 tons, breadth of 21.80 meters, and maximum speed of 22 Knots) appear to be close to those of a Mistral class LHD for example.

A CSOC representative at the show insisted the design was for the export market exclusively. After inquiring about the design's projection capabilities the same representative told us the LHD had 4 helicopter spots and could carry 8 more internally inside the hangar. Regarding troops accommodations, we were told the design could accommodate in excess of 700 soldiers and over 50 armored vehicles. The CSOC representative confirmed the presence of a well-deck for amphibious operations but declined to comment on it capacities or specifications.

Looking at the model's details, we can guess that CSOC's LHD design is fitted with two naval gun mounts at the bow (each carrying their own Optical Fire Control), two FL-3000N (with 18 cells/missiles each) missile systems at the stern and two Type 730 (or the newer Type 1130) 30mm Gatling type CIWS located forward and aft on the island of the LHD.




CSOC S20 SSK Submarine

CSOC was also showcasing a new submarine on its stand at IDEX: The S20.

The CSOC representative gave us the following specifications for this new submarine:
Length: 66 meters
Breadth: 8 meters
Maximum Draft: 8 meters
Displacement (submerged): 2,200 tons
Maximum speed: about 20 Knots
Crew: 40

The person declined to disclose the maximum depth and endurance of the S20. We were told the weapons fit may varry according to customer requirements but the S20 may accommodate heavy torpedoes and anti-ship missiles from six torpedo tubes and deploy mines and special forces. It may also be fitted with AIP (air-independent propulsion) system if a customer requires.

Finally the CSOC representative declined to comment any similarities of the S20 with the existing Type 041 (Yuan class) submarine currently in service with the Chinese Navy.



CSOC Stealth Frigate

The new "High Performance Frigate" (we were told there was currently no existing project name or designation for this type of frigate) showcased next to the LHD and S20 submarine at IDEX featured a relatively stealthy designed we have never seen before.

Reported specifications of the Frigate are as follow:
Length: 135 meters
Breadth: 15.3 meters
Displacement (submerged): 3,500 tons
Maximum speed: 28 Knots

We were told crew complement would be around 110 sailors. The type is fitted with 32 VLS cells at the stern, a H/PJ-26 main gun (Chinese version of the Russian AK-176 76.2mm naval gun), two H/PJ-13 CIWS (Chinese version of the Russian AK-630), two manned machine gun mounts on top of the main bridge, eight anti-ship missile launchers and one FL-3000N missile system on top of the helicopter hangar.

We could not get any information regarding anti-submarine capabilities or the sensor suite fitted on this Frigate. We were just told that "it depends on the customer needs".
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 5 Mar 2013 - 14:45

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Finalement, Pékin annonce une hausse de 10,7% de ses dépenses militaires
5 mars 2013 – 13:50
D’habitude, le montant du budget militaire chinois est annoncé la veille de l’ouverture de la session annuelle et plénière de l’Assemblée nationale populaire. Cette année, il n’en a pas été ainsi, ce qui a suscité quelques interrogations. Mais, finalement, il suffisait d’être patient car le Premier ministre sortant, Wen Jiabao, qui a donné le chiffre attendu, ce 5 mars.

Ainsi, les dépenses militaires chinoises augmenteront de 10,7% pour atteindre 720,2 milliards de yuans, soit 88,8 milliards d’euros ou 115,7 milliards de dollars. Malgré le ralentissement de l’activité économique, la Chine poursuit donc son effort en matière de défense, avec une nouvelle progression à deux chiffres des ressources allouées à ses forces armées. L’an passé, une hausse de 11,2% avait été annoncée.

Seulement, ce montant est très probablement en deçà des dépenses militaires chinoises réelles. De l’avis de certains experts et du Pentagone, elles atteindraient au minimum les 120 milliards de dollars.

Depuis quelques années, Pékin a entrepris un de moderniser ses forces armées en cherchant à la doter de nouvelles capacités. C’est notamment le cas pour ses forces navales, désormais appelées à avoir une dimension océanique, ce qui suppose l’entrée en service de nombreux nouveaux bâtiments, à commencer par le premier porte-avions chinois, le Liaoning.

Cet effort porte également dans le domaine aéronautique, avec le développement simultané de deux avions combats dits de 5e génération pour leur furtivité (J-20, J-31) et d’appareils destinés au futur groupe aéronaval chinois. Et c’est sans oublier la mise au point de nouveaux missiles, de capacités anti-missiles ou encore d’armes susceptibles de détruire des satellites en orbite.

Quoi qu’il en soit, cette nouvelle augmentation importante du budget chinois de la Défense risque d’orienter à la hausse les dépenses militaires des pays voisins, lesquels ont des différends territoriaux avec Pékin. Et cela d’autant plus que la modernisation de l’Armée populaire de libération (APL) met l’accent sur les capacités de projection.

Le Japon, qui entretient des relations tendues avec la Chine à cause des îles Senkaku/Diaoyu, dont la souveraineté est revendiquée par les deux pays, a déjà décidé de revoir sa politique de défense et d’augmenter ses dépenses militaires, ce qui n’était pas arrivé depuis plus de 10 ans.

“Nous avons intensifié les préparatifs de combat”, a d’ailleurs rappelé Wen Jiabao, qui va laisser prochainement sa place à Li Keqiang. “Nous sauvegarderons avec fermeté notre souveraineté, notre sécurité et notre intégrité territoriale”, a-t-il prévenu avant de demander à son successeur “d’accélérer la modernisation de la défense nationale et des forces armées, édifier une défense nationale solide et une armée forte.”

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 5 Mar 2013 - 18:09

annabi a écrit:
mes amis c'est les américains ( leurs ambassadeurs en algérie et dans la région leurs secrétaitres d'état de défense et de l'exterieur et leurs généraux ) qui disent et confirment que la puissance régionale est ALGERIA.
les yankés quand ils parlent ils pèsent leurs mots et c'est vnt d'état de servicesrai qu'il nous flatent pour X raisons mais il y'a une part de vérité...c'est des gens sérieux ce ne sont pas des khourotos comme ceux qui nous gouvernent ou journalistes des torchons des pays du tiers monde.
pour ceux qui ont un doute qu'ils vérifient au moins les photos du matériel existant dans ce sites des différentes armés de la régions et verront d'eux même qui est en possède le sumum ( en nombre et en qualité ) et je ne parle pas de ce qui est à venir.
donc arrêtons de se moquer à chaque fois qu'un officiel étranger parle de la position de l'algérie dans sa région et soyons sincères et objectifs...nous les algériens ( dans notre majorité) ce qui nous intéressent le plus c'est d'éradiquer la pauvreté ; l'insécurité ;l'analphabitisme ; la corruption ; l'injustice ; la hogra ;la dictature et comment se débarasser des voyous au sommet de l'état....et l'avenir de notre chère algérie ...aprés puisssance ou pas c'est un second problème pour nous .

Ces Mêmes américains avaient criées sur tout les toits que l'Iraq possède la 4 ième armée la plus puissante au monde pendant la première guerre du golf, et encore une fois ces même américains dont tu fais la référence avaient affirmés que l'Iraq possède la bombe atomique, on a tous vus comment ça a fini

Tu parles de quelle qualité mon ami?? ce discours tu peux le faire dans le forum d'à coté, il y a beaucoup d'âmes sensibles qui te croiront, parles nous plutôt des mig 29 qui tombe tout seuls ou des autres avions qui passe 90% de leurs temps chez les russes ou autres en maintenance pour qu'ils aient encore un semblant d'état de vol!!!!! comme tu l'as dis toi même tu n'as qu'a regarder les photos toi même sur ce site pour que tu puisse avoir une idée, galek la qualité wa baz

Je parle même des attaques en plein casernes ou les prises d'otages partout en Algérie, L'algérie est la puissance régionale de la région d'alger, et encore c'est trop je trouve, je dirais seulement de la région "club des pins"
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 6 Mar 2013 - 9:52

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 6 Mar 2013 - 10:59

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J-31 may become China's next generation carrier-borne fighter jet
China’s second stealth fighter, dubbed J-31, makes its maiden flight Wednesday in Shenyang, Liaoning Province. Photo: Pan Bin


Sun Cong, chief designer of the J-15 carrier-borne fighter jet and a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, accepted a special interview with Xinhua News Agency on March 2.
The J-15, nicknamed "lying shark", is China's first generation of carrier-borne fighter jet. When the piloted J-15 fighter landed on the Liaoning aircraft carrier for the first time and successfully took off, Sun was filled with excitement.
J-15 carrier-borne fighter jet has filled the technological gap in the related fields. Compared with land-based aircraft, the carrier-borne aircraft raised more and higher requirements in technological aspects.
Sun said the carrier-borne fighters must have the same combat capability as the land-based fighters in terms of bomb load, combat radius, and maneuverability; it must have good low-speed performance. It also raised higher requirements in terms of blocking landing in the sea and ski-jump takeoff.
"The engine is the key. If we can halve the fuel consumption, the combat radius will increase." Sun said that a J-15 equipped with domestic engines can have a combat radius of more than 1,000 kilometers. Considerable progresses have been made in fire control radar and guided missiles. "The indicators of J-15 are generally close to US F/A- 18 Hornet , reaching world-class standards."
To make sure the aircraft slides at a relative velocity of about 60 meters per second in a fixed and constant posture on the glide slope and land precisely on the fight deck, many key technological difficulties including the operation methods of the pilot, the technical design characteristics, and other aspects need to be overcome.
Sun is also the chief designer of the J-31. He hopes the J-31 can pair up with J-20 in the future in tasks of both high and low altitudes, to maintain continuing striking capability. He also hopes the improved version of J-31 can become China's next-generation carrier-borne fighter jet.
At present, Sun and his team are exploring key technologies of the next generation of fighter planes, and "will make breakthroughs in terms of whole time-domain, whole airspace, and greater combat radius".
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Jeu 7 Mar 2013 - 9:47

Pas bien de réveler ce genre de secret Laughing

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Sergei Mikheyev, General Designer of the Kamov Design Bureau, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Hero of the Russian Federation dropped the proverbial bombshell at Heli-Expo here in Las Vegas this afternoon.

Saving the best to last in a briefing to update a series of Kamov programs, Mikheyev told an astonished crowd that China’s Z-10/WZ-10 attack helicopter was actually designed in great secrecy under contract for China by Kamov. Dubbed Project 941, the concept was initially designed in 1995 and developed by China into the WZ-10/Z-10.


The two-seat helicopter made its public debut at the 2012 Zhuhai airshow – and while the helicopter had been heard of before then – its appearance at the show came as a surprise. At the time observers noted an outward resemblance to the AgustaWestland A129 Mangusta, but no connection was ever made to Kamov until today.

More details will follow in Aviation Week & Space Technology.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Jeu 7 Mar 2013 - 15:08

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China's first aircraft carrier to go for trials in high seas


Beijing, Mar 7, 2013, (PTI) :
China's first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, would be deployed on preliminary trial on the high seas this year before acquiring full combat capability within two years time.

The 990ft Liaoning, named after the province where it was refitted, is likely to have its preliminary trial on the high seas this year, a necessary step before it possesses full combat capability, said ship commander-in-chief Zhang Yongyi.

"Before every aircraft carrier truly matures and becomes capable of fighting in a war, it must go through trials on the high seas," Zhang, who is also a deputy to the legislature the National People's Congress, told China Central Television.

The ship is currently anchored at its homeport in Qingdao, China's eastern Shandong Province.

The Liaoning, formerly known as the Varyag, is a refurbished Soviet ship purchased from Ukraine.

It was constructed in the 1980s for the Soviet navy but was never completed.

It is the first time for the aircraft carrier to anchor at its homeport, meaning thatthe base for aircraft carrier in Qingdao is operational after four years of construction, Pople's Liberation Army Navy said in a statement.

On Saturday, the carrier moved from China's northern port of Dalian, where it was retrofitted and later commissioned, to the port of Qingdao.

Prior to that, Liaoning had undergone 12 sea trials.

Carrier-based fighters also completed take-off and landing tests on Liaoning late last year.

A trial on the high seas is much tougher than Liaoning's previous tests, because it requires the carrier to be fully independent of on-shore protection, said Lan Yun, editor of Modern Ships, a magazine run by a research institute related to the shipbuilding industry.

"During past trials, if an accident happened, on-shore experts could immediately help out because the vessel was not too far away," Lan told state run Global Times.

"But on the high seas, crew members must solve the problem themselves," he said.

Liaoning had traveled hundreds of km away from China's coast before. But this time, Lan said, it may have to reach waters near Japan's Okinawa Islands and even Guam, both located more than 1,000 kilometers away from Qingdao.

Such trials often require a vessel to remain at sea for one to three months, he said.
If Liaoning's first high seas trial is successful, many more will follow, Lan said.

That means the vessel may take another two years before reaching its full fighting capacity, he said.

Based on Liaoning's success, China, which this year allocated USD 115.7 billion budget, was expected to construct more carriers to emerge as a major maritime power.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 11 Mar 2013 - 18:59

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Lun 11 Mar 2013 - 20:14

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 12 Mar 2013 - 11:11

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China investing in destabilising UAV capabilities: report


A report by the Project 2049 Institute contends that Beijing has made considerable strides in its development of unmanned air vehicles (UAVs).

"The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) appears to be fielding operational UAV capabilities that could have significant future regional security implications," says the 15-page report.

"In order to support China's efforts to become a world-class leader in unmanned technology, the PLA has developed an extensive and organisationally complex UAV infrastructure over the past decade."

It estimates that China fields 280 UAVs, with this number to "increase significantly" in the coming years.

The authors sourced information for the report mainly from materials that are publicly available in Chinese. Aside from detailing the various organisations involved in China's development of UAVs, the report forecasts possible UAV tactics, particularly the future role of UAVs in a conflict with the USA.

"This should be of particular concern to the US Navy because according to several military-technical materials reviewed for this study, PLA operational thinkers and scientists envision attacking US aircraft carrier battle groups with swarms of multi-mission UAVs in the event of conflict," says the report.

Chinese thinkers see long-range UAVs serving a number of roles in any anti-access/aerial denial campaign against the USA. Early in the conflict, decoy UAVs would be deployed, tricking US fighters and warships into expending valuable anti-aircraft missiles. This would be followed by waves of UAVs equipped for electronic warfare, jamming communications and radar. Simultaneously, other UAVs would mount kinetic attacks against both US airborne early warning & control aircraft and warships.

UAVs would play an integral role in guiding cruise missiles and anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM) attacks against US naval assets. Although the status of China's DF-21D ASBM is unclear, it is a source of serious concern for US defence planners. The DF-21D would theoretically be able to strike a carrier (or other major warship) directly, or shower them with bomblets. A rain of high-explosive bomblets would be catastrophic on an aircraft carrier's deck.

At the Airshow China in Zhuhai in 2010 and 2012, the China Aerospace Science and Industrial Corp stand showed a model of a large UAV designated the WJ-600. A mural in 2010 showed a WJ-600 attacking US Navy Arleigh Burke destroyers with anti-ship missiles, as well as guiding missiles from shore-based batteries.

"The PLA has developed one of the largest and most organisationally complex UAV programmes in the world," says the report.

"This programme includes national-level organisations tasked with developing joint UAV mission requirements; a massive military-industrial design, research and development, and production infrastructure; and a growing number of operational UAV units spread across every service branch of the Chinese armed forces."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 12 Mar 2013 - 20:45

中国航母 - 全国人大代表张永义:辽宁舰已圆满完成四大任务
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* Terminer la transformation de la plateforme du porte-avions
* Finaliser le développement du premier avion aéronaval chinois (J-15)
* Effectuer les premiers tests d'appontage et de décollage
* Terminer l'entrainement des premiers pilotes aéronavals
中国海军 - 多国军舰云集卡拉奇AMAN-13海上联演开幕


http://www.youtube.com/embed/xnI6PRyarZ0


http://www.youtube.com/embed/OIiztk64TME


Le site de la marine chinoise publie une vidéo sur la réparation de CIWS de type H/PJ-14 sur les FAC de Type 022, ces FACs font partis de la flotte de l'Est.
中国海军 - 东海舰队 某快艇支队022型导弹艇紧急抢修排除故障


(China Marine Surveillance)
中国海监 - 海巡编队展开大规模立体扫测南海


海军信息 - 台军"汉光"军演将实弹射击


中国航天 - 用于发射CE-3的CZ-3B火箭已开始总装

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 12 Mar 2013 - 21:05

les Houbei liebe

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mar 12 Mar 2013 - 21:25

Yakuza a écrit:
les Houbei liebe

toi aussi tu craque pour les houbei


il nous en faut ...
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Mer 13 Mar 2013 - 10:26

Citation :
China commissions 'next-generation' stealth frigate

BEIJING: China today commissioned its "next-generation" stealth frigate, amidst a series of maritime territorial disputes with some of its neighbours.

The country's first "type 056" stealth frigate, formerly known simply as ship 582, was renamed Bengbu at a commission ceremony held in a naval port in Zhoushan, a coastal city in east China's Zhejiang Province, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.

Type 056 frigates are a new generation of vessels developed independently by China and expected to be deployed primarily for escort missions and anti-submarine operations.

Chinese navy has commissioned a new-type guided missile destroyer which can be independently used to attack enemies' ships and submarines.

The ship named "Changchun" was commissioned recently at a military port of a troop unit in Zhoushan City of east China's Zhejiang province, state run People's Daily online reported.

Last month China commissioned new-type closed air defence guided missile destroyer with fully-load displacement of 6,000-odd tonnes.

It has greater long-range warning, detecting and regional air defence capabilities, and can be used independently or with other naval strength to attack enemies' surface ships and submarines, said the official media.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Jeu 14 Mar 2013 - 20:04

vous aussi vous êtes amoureux de çà ,



franchement je suis fasciné et amoureux de ce pays

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Ven 15 Mar 2013 - 21:48

un T071 en exercice

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Sam 16 Mar 2013 - 15:39

info déjà rapportée par fremo plus haut


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Sam 16 Mar 2013 - 15:44

ca date de quand cet infos ?!

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Dim 17 Mar 2013 - 0:25

Fremo a écrit:
ca date de quand cet infos ?!

du 17 février fremo pour des exercices début mars ( je sais je suis à 2 semaines en retard) si je l'ai mise c'est pour pousser à une recherche de pics de cet execice par les membres du forum ....moi je n'ai pas encore trouvé
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Chinoise / People's Liberation Army (PLA)   Dim 17 Mar 2013 - 0:31

really ?!
http://far-maroc.forumpro.fr/t1098p150-exercices-multinationaux

Evites de poster .... juste pour poster !!

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