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BEIJING (PTI): Chinese military has conducted a drill to test its integrated air defence capability under the scenario of a massive air strike.



The tests which were held last week were aimed at bringing compatibility among various kinds of missile systems built by China, official media reports here said. The tests included surface-to-air missiles, also known as SAM.

Over the years China has built an intact missile defence network consisting of various kinds of missile systems.

New missile systems delivered to the regiment in recent years were not compatible with older models, commander of the missile regiment Wan Dexin said without disclosing the location.

"They have different ports, formats and protocols," Wan said.

Integrating different missile systems has enhanced the combat capability of the whole regiment, Wan said.

"Chinese air defence technology is advanced, but needs to improve in order to match the capabilities of the US," Zhang Qihuai, a professor with the Logistics College of China Air Force, told state-run Global Times.

Zhang said the Chinese missile industry has provided the People's Liberation Army (PLA) with a series of modern air defence systems.

However, the majority of the SAM systems deployed in China, namely the HQ2, are domestic variants of the Soviet C75 (NATO code name SAM2), which became operational in 1957.

The situation has been gradually improving after 1990, when the Russian S300 longrange SAM system was delivered, he said.

China tests missile air defence system - Brahmand.com
 

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This test is to 'test' the air defense systems in the wake of Libyan air defense failure? which too from USSR/Russia
 

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They sure take the trouble to analyze battle scenarios and equipments very thoroughly ....from recent conflicts:tup:. Wonder how they would simulate the jammers , A to G equipment of the U.S / N.A.TO calibre to test against their Air defence systems . Can some knowladgable Chinese member shed some light on this ?
 

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Wonder how they would simulate the jammers , A to G equipment of the U.S / N.A.TO calibre to test against their Air defence systems . Can some knowladgable Chinese member shed some light on this ?
JAmmers? how bout a tack nuke Emp ? that be easier to deploy and then a later follow through with Jets.
 

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But still Tactics is evaluated...which is almost 50% of the work done...the jammers and SEAD info can only be obtained by HUMINT.
The tactics will probably be evaluated by every major force of world - Forces like Iranian Air Force etc would be watching very closely. Its the difference in operational capability that will matter in a future conflict. They would have to get hold of the techical details somehow - The radar specs , other aspects of SEAD etc. Suppose they did it by HUMINT or otherwise - How will they implement this in their drills etc ?
 

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JAmmers? how bout a tack nuke Emp ? that be easier to deploy and then a later follow through with Jets.
well assuming it was a limited conflict. Nukes come as a last resort for any side - unless one side is hopelessly underpowered w.r.t the other( eg North Korea -U.S ).
 

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They sure take the trouble to analyze battle scenarios and equipments very thoroughly ....from recent conflicts:tup:. Wonder how they would simulate the jammers , A to G equipment of the U.S / N.A.TO calibre to test against their Air defence systems . Can some knowladgable Chinese member shed some light on this ?
There are none.
 

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Yet you still wonder why we hate your guts. You piece of unadulterated manure.
What you Chinese boys are good at is posting verbatim news sources. And Photochopped crap. What the readers want/need is the foundational information that enabled the possibilities of these weapons systems. That none of you have and that is the truth.
 

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What you Chinese boys are good at is posting verbatim news sources. And Photochopped crap. What the readers want/need is the foundational information that enabled the possibilities of these weapons systems. That none of you have and that is the truth.
What you are good at is being a arrogant piece of crap that takes entire articles from wikipedia verbatim and call it an argument. Much better right?
 

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This test is to 'test' the air defense systems in the wake of Libyan air defense failure? which too from USSR/Russia
mabe a showoff for costumers who may get in that situation but i dont think any country will dare to challenge china
 

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What you are good at is being a arrogant piece of crap that takes entire articles from wikipedia verbatim and call it an argument. Much better right?
I have NEVER posted entire wiki sources. I only post relevant passages. I have also posted passages from credible third party sources, such as academecias or patent repositories, so that the readers can use relevant keywords searches and verify what I said for himself. Am open for correction but I do not recall any of you Chinese boys ever done the same.

Let everyone know when any of you Chinese boys can come even %50 close to something like this...

http://www.defence.pk/forums/china-defence/90506-china-wz-10-pics.html#post1594871
 

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