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China’s DF-21D, DF-26 Anti-Ship Ballistic Missiles Could Trigger Mayhem On US Aircraft Carriers – CRS Report

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Indian missiles have more than one guidance systems for course correction. Their accuracy is very high therefore. In recent test of Brahmos, a ship was hit right in the middle just above water level and significantly damaged it without any warhead shear because of kinetc energy.



When you don't have access to free media, a dictatorial regime rules the country and brain wash their citizens, one often belives such thing on which the other people will laugh.
Like you Indian free media laugh at PLA in 1962 Sini-Indo war eh.
 

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Does China possess wing body stealth uavs similar or an improved longer range version of Usas sentinel drone that was captured a while back in Iran. Aesa radar sensor package and elint on drone can guide anti ship bm attacks stealthily like tb2s did in Ukraine within a longer range version. China would also share stealth tech with Iran while developing the new platform so both sides would benefit developing such platforms. Ecm and software can be customized by individual countries to fit their confidential needs.
 

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Does China possess wing body stealth uavs similar or an improved longer range version of Usas sentinel drone that was captured a while back in Iran. Aesa radar sensor package and elint on drone can guide anti ship bm attacks stealthily like tb2s did in Ukraine within a longer range version. China would also share stealth tech with Iran while developing the new platform so both sides would benefit developing such platforms. Ecm and software can be customized by individual countries to fit their confidential needs.


Cross posting to here from https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/sink...-sea-to-ward-off-us-navy.738879/post-13691201

To let Vizier know of some of the drones of China

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Don't worry about that. Because when China has decided to attack a USN carrier, both countries have already have doing some nuclear exchange.
Americans are so amusing.
For years they went around saying the ocean is a big place and their carriers and ships can roam about and hide.

Then slowly it sunk into their heads China got lots of drones.


Like Divine Eagles


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According to Popular Science, China’s Divine Eagle UAV has a maximum altitude of 25km (or 79,000 feet).

In contrast, the US Global Hawk has a maximum altitude of only 18km (or 57,000 feet).


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And Chinese Soar Dragon XiangLong

ANOTHER BIG BIRD

The 7-10 ton Xianglong, or WZ-7, with some stealthy features, would make an ideal EW drone thanks to its huge size, and lone endurance. Its unique 20 meter joined tandem wings increase its range and on station time.



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China’s long endurance drone the Feilong-1 has recently completed a trial at an undisclosed high-altitude plateau. Photo: Weibo


China’s long-endurance Feilong-1 drone is ready for high-altitude missions

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WZ-8 drones are hypersonic and fly very high and see very very far.

The CH-6 unmanned aerial vehicle at the airshow in Zhuhai.

The CH-6 unmanned aerial vehicle at the airshow in Zhuhai.Source: VCG/Getty Images
By
Katrina Nicholas

A high-altitude, long-endurance drone that can fly for around 20 hours and reach top speeds of 700 kilometers an hour (435 miles an hour) was one of the flying gadgets unveiled at Airshow China 2021 in the southern city of Zhuhai on Tuesday.
Developed by Aerospace CH UAV Co., the CH-6 drone is aimed at high-end arms use while its long flying range means it could be used for a variety of military and civilian missions.
It can also carry out anti-submarine missions, maritime patrols, early warning missions and close-range air support, China’s Global Times said.


China Successfully Tests Solar-Powered Drone Capable of Being Airborne for Months​

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A previous version test-flown in September managed to remain afloat for five hours, with the latest flight indicating months-long capabilities.​

BY MARCO MARGARITOFF NOVEMBER 4, 2018


China successfully tested its solar-powered Morning Star drone supposedly capable of being airborne for months at a time, according to Business Insider.
The Developer Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) had already test-flown the unmanned aerial vehicle in September, albeit with a smaller wingspan. This latest flight utilized a 66-foot (20-meter) wingspan version weighing 42 pounds (18.9kg) aimed to reflect the final model. The test flight saw the drone reach and maintain a cruising altitude of over 66,000 feet (20,000 meters).
“With the development and first flight, in addition to a great number of ground, wind tunnel and scale model tests…a solid foundation has been laid for follow-up development,” said AVIC. “We will move quickly towards large-scale, heavy load and long endurance solar-powered UAVs.”

And not to forget

Maritime Militia​

The Maritime Militia, the first line of defense, counts one-hundred eighty-thousand ocean-going fishing boats and four thousand merchant[7] freighters, some towing sonar detectors, crewed by a million experienced sailors transmitting detailed information around the clock on every warship afloat. Their intelligence goes to shore bases that fuse their reports with automated transmissions from Beidou satellites and forward the data to specialists operating ‘vessel management platforms,’ collating, formatting, and sending actionable information up the PLAN command chain.

And sonar buoys all withing Western Pacific ocean. Supposed to be listening to fishes, but can also hear clearly screws of ships turning away.

China got the most super computers of the world. And the supercomputers will be putting all those data to know every second what ships are heading and speed they at.

American now know for sure their carriers and ships are pin pointed and can run but cannot hide unless they hide in Frisco Bay or Hudson Bay.

And Americans know for sure that DF21s and DF26 can do what they supposed to do, hit moving ships.
The target ship was moving, and was a lot lot smaller than a 100,000 carrier. Which made the hit by DF21 and DF26 equivalent to a pin point hits on the apricot, or medulla oblongata. Like bullets from 2 separate snipers hitting the medulla oblongata simultaneously.

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Chinese Long-Range Ballistic Missiles Struck Moving Ship In South China Sea: Report

The test could represent the first full demonstration of a real Chinese long-range anti-ship ballistic missile capability.
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Chinese Long-Range Ballistic Missiles Struck Moving Ship In South China Sea: Report​

The test could represent the first full demonstration of a real Chinese long-range anti-ship ballistic missile capability.​

BY JOSEPH TREVITHICK NOVEMBER 16, 2020


At least some of the ballistic missiles that China's People's Liberation Army fired into the South China Sea during an exercise earlier this year, which you can read about more in the War Zone's initial story on those drills, reportedly hit a moving target ship. If true, this would be the country's first known demonstration of an actual long-range anti-ship ballistic missile capability, which could significantly change the operational calculus for any potential opponent, including the United States, in the disputed maritime region and elsewhere in the Pacific.
The South China Morning Post reported last week that Wang Xiangsui, a retired People's Liberation Army (PLA) officer, had said that one DF-26B intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) and one DF-21D medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM) had struck the target vessel as it sailed near the Paracel Island chain during the August exercise. Wang, who has been described as "well-connected" in the past, is best known as one of the co-authors of the 1999 book Unrestricted Warfare, which covered various asymmetric means to undermine and defeat countries that were technologically superior to China. It has become a highly influential text, and general concept, in national security circles.


"We launched the DF-21 and DF-26, and the missiles hit a vessel sailing south of the Paracel Islands," Wang said during a closed-door gathering in China's eastern Zhejiang province in October, according to the South China Morning Post. “Shortly after that, an American military attaché in Geneva, [Switzerland] complained and said it would lead to severe consequences if the missiles hit an American aircraft carrier. They see this as a show of force. But we are doing this because of their provocation."

Wang does not appear to have given any details about the target ship, its construction, how fast it might have been moving, or how the PLA may have cued the missiles their target.
It remains unclear exactly how many missiles the PLA fired during the exercise on Aug. 26. South China Morning Post's initial report had indicated that two weapons had been launched, one DF-26B and one DF-21D, from sites in China's northwestern Qinghai province and in Zhejiang, respectively.

USA fanboys then come about foaming at the mouth that should their precious carriers be hit, they use nukes.

They think China got measly 200++ nukes.
Just like the 5000 km China underground GREAT WALL, contain only piddling 200++ nukes?
USA not realising China nukes are thermonuclear nukes and immediately usable as Chinese nukes are done to YuMing configuration.

USA must think why with only 200++ nukes, China can fire off 2000++ warheads express delivery via DF5 , DF31AG, DF-41 and JL2 and JL3 and much more.

Perhaps they think most of the warheads are delivering dim sum, sweet and sour chicken and tea bags.

Should USA fire just one nuke at China or chinese forces, all the USA bases in Japan and Okinawa and Singapore and Diego Garcia and in USA be turned into seas and lakes of multicolor glass.

None of USA carriers will be safe even if the USA carriers try to hide in Hudson Bay or Frisco Bay.

USA want to play stupid games with phony FONOPs.
USA will win stupid prize.
 

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Cross posting to here from https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/sink...-sea-to-ward-off-us-navy.738879/post-13691201

To let Vizier know of some of the drones of China

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Americans are so amusing.
For years they went around saying the ocean is a big place and their carriers and ships can roam about and hide.

Then slowly it sunk into their heads China got lots of drones.


Like Divine Eagles


main-qimg-e579ad9cb0a0a1b634221dff9042c197






main-qimg-8d62bbf19620ef96cec7484655c0d994



According to Popular Science, China’s Divine Eagle UAV has a maximum altitude of 25km (or 79,000 feet).

In contrast, the US Global Hawk has a maximum altitude of only 18km (or 57,000 feet).


main-qimg-417c1c3e05f807d164a4560aedd5e516






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And Chinese Soar Dragon XiangLong

ANOTHER BIG BIRD

The 7-10 ton Xianglong, or WZ-7, with some stealthy features, would make an ideal EW drone thanks to its huge size, and lone endurance. Its unique 20 meter joined tandem wings increase its range and on station time.



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China’s long endurance drone the Feilong-1 has recently completed a trial at an undisclosed high-altitude plateau. Photo: Weibo


China’s long-endurance Feilong-1 drone is ready for high-altitude missions

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WZ-8 drones are hypersonic and fly very high and see very very far.

The CH-6 unmanned aerial vehicle at the airshow in Zhuhai.

The CH-6 unmanned aerial vehicle at the airshow in Zhuhai.Source: VCG/Getty Images
By
Katrina Nicholas

A high-altitude, long-endurance drone that can fly for around 20 hours and reach top speeds of 700 kilometers an hour (435 miles an hour) was one of the flying gadgets unveiled at Airshow China 2021 in the southern city of Zhuhai on Tuesday.
Developed by Aerospace CH UAV Co., the CH-6 drone is aimed at high-end arms use while its long flying range means it could be used for a variety of military and civilian missions.
It can also carry out anti-submarine missions, maritime patrols, early warning missions and close-range air support, China’s Global Times said.


China Successfully Tests Solar-Powered Drone Capable of Being Airborne for Months​

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A previous version test-flown in September managed to remain afloat for five hours, with the latest flight indicating months-long capabilities.​

BY MARCO MARGARITOFF NOVEMBER 4, 2018


China successfully tested its solar-powered Morning Star drone supposedly capable of being airborne for months at a time, according to Business Insider.
The Developer Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) had already test-flown the unmanned aerial vehicle in September, albeit with a smaller wingspan. This latest flight utilized a 66-foot (20-meter) wingspan version weighing 42 pounds (18.9kg) aimed to reflect the final model. The test flight saw the drone reach and maintain a cruising altitude of over 66,000 feet (20,000 meters).
“With the development and first flight, in addition to a great number of ground, wind tunnel and scale model tests…a solid foundation has been laid for follow-up development,” said AVIC. “We will move quickly towards large-scale, heavy load and long endurance solar-powered UAVs.”

And not to forget

Maritime Militia​

The Maritime Militia, the first line of defense, counts one-hundred eighty-thousand ocean-going fishing boats and four thousand merchant[7] freighters, some towing sonar detectors, crewed by a million experienced sailors transmitting detailed information around the clock on every warship afloat. Their intelligence goes to shore bases that fuse their reports with automated transmissions from Beidou satellites and forward the data to specialists operating ‘vessel management platforms,’ collating, formatting, and sending actionable information up the PLAN command chain.

And sonar buoys all withing Western Pacific ocean. Supposed to be listening to fishes, but can also hear clearly screws of ships turning away.

China got the most super computers of the world. And the supercomputers will be putting all those data to know every second what ships are heading and speed they at.

American now know for sure their carriers and ships are pin pointed and can run but cannot hide unless they hide in Frisco Bay or Hudson Bay.

And Americans know for sure that DF21s and DF26 can do what they supposed to do, hit moving ships.
The target ship was moving, and was a lot lot smaller than a 100,000 carrier. Which made the hit by DF21 and DF26 equivalent to a pin point hits on the apricot, or medulla oblongata. Like bullets from 2 separate snipers hitting the medulla oblongata simultaneously.

www.thedrive.com

Chinese Long-Range Ballistic Missiles Struck Moving Ship In South China Sea: Report

The test could represent the first full demonstration of a real Chinese long-range anti-ship ballistic missile capability.
www.thedrive.com

Chinese Long-Range Ballistic Missiles Struck Moving Ship In South China Sea: Report​

The test could represent the first full demonstration of a real Chinese long-range anti-ship ballistic missile capability.​

BY JOSEPH TREVITHICK NOVEMBER 16, 2020


At least some of the ballistic missiles that China's People's Liberation Army fired into the South China Sea during an exercise earlier this year, which you can read about more in the War Zone's initial story on those drills, reportedly hit a moving target ship. If true, this would be the country's first known demonstration of an actual long-range anti-ship ballistic missile capability, which could significantly change the operational calculus for any potential opponent, including the United States, in the disputed maritime region and elsewhere in the Pacific.
The South China Morning Post reported last week that Wang Xiangsui, a retired People's Liberation Army (PLA) officer, had said that one DF-26B intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) and one DF-21D medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM) had struck the target vessel as it sailed near the Paracel Island chain during the August exercise. Wang, who has been described as "well-connected" in the past, is best known as one of the co-authors of the 1999 book Unrestricted Warfare, which covered various asymmetric means to undermine and defeat countries that were technologically superior to China. It has become a highly influential text, and general concept, in national security circles.


"We launched the DF-21 and DF-26, and the missiles hit a vessel sailing south of the Paracel Islands," Wang said during a closed-door gathering in China's eastern Zhejiang province in October, according to the South China Morning Post. “Shortly after that, an American military attaché in Geneva, [Switzerland] complained and said it would lead to severe consequences if the missiles hit an American aircraft carrier. They see this as a show of force. But we are doing this because of their provocation."

Wang does not appear to have given any details about the target ship, its construction, how fast it might have been moving, or how the PLA may have cued the missiles their target.
It remains unclear exactly how many missiles the PLA fired during the exercise on Aug. 26. South China Morning Post's initial report had indicated that two weapons had been launched, one DF-26B and one DF-21D, from sites in China's northwestern Qinghai province and in Zhejiang, respectively.

USA fanboys then come about foaming at the mouth that should their precious carriers be hit, they use nukes.

They think China got measly 200++ nukes.
Just like the 5000 km China underground GREAT WALL, contain only piddling 200++ nukes?
USA not realising China nukes are thermonuclear nukes and immediately usable as Chinese nukes are done to YuMing configuration.

USA must think why with only 200++ nukes, China can fire off 2000++ warheads express delivery via DF5 , DF31AG, DF-41 and JL2 and JL3 and much more.

Perhaps they think most of the warheads are delivering dim sum, sweet and sour chicken and tea bags.

Should USA fire just one nuke at China or chinese forces, all the USA bases in Japan and Okinawa and Singapore and Diego Garcia and in USA be turned into seas and lakes of multicolor glass.

None of USA carriers will be safe even if the USA carriers try to hide in Hudson Bay or Frisco Bay.

USA want to play stupid games with phony FONOPs.
USA will win stupid prize.
In those pictures wz8 seemded somewhat stealthy but it is rocket powered. You need long loiter time to detect and guide long range attacks against targets also very low observability is needed to get close to aegis. Something like this is needed. Maybe even a larger twin engine variant for longer range missions.


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Another drone that can make a good combination with this is your mentioned solar powered drone that can fly for weeks-months acting as a pseudo communication satellite. In case of the satellites are downed which are vulnurable these assets can continue the operation. I also think high altitude balloon based uavs which can be launched high alt with rockets can be used as pseudo satellites comm relays if satcom is downed.
 

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Yeah there is CH-7 but it is also UCAV and GJ-11 is also UCAV. I guess they can do recon and it's easier to fit out with recon kit with dedicated aircraft based on those anyway.
 

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Indian missiles have more than one guidance systems for course correction. Their accuracy is very high therefore. In recent test of Brahmos, a ship was hit right in the middle just above water level and significantly damaged it without any warhead shear because of kinetc energy.
Yes Yes you're HYPERPOWER OF THE UNIVERSE NOTHING CAN BEAT INDIA AND BRAHMOUSE AKA YAKONT
 

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Yeah there is CH-7 but it is also UCAV and GJ-11 is also UCAV. I guess they can do recon and it's easier to fit out with recon kit with dedicated aircraft based on those anyway.
:omghaha:

And the many sonar buoys under the surface of the ocean.

Even if the captain on a carrier fart, China will know even if cannot smell.

And the

Maritime Militia

The Maritime Militia, the first line of defense, counts one-hundred eighty-thousand ocean-going fishing boats and four thousand merchant[7] freighters, some towing sonar detectors, crewed by a million experienced sailors transmitting detailed information around the clock on every warship afloat. Their intelligence goes to shore bases that fuse their reports with automated transmissions from Beidou satellites and forward the data to specialists operating ‘vessel management platforms,’ collating, formatting, and sending actionable information up the PLAN command chain.

While those 180,000 ocean going fishing boats are catching fishes and squids, they are also watching and listening to the turning screws of USA carriers and naval assets. And probably reporting every second to the super computer and Chinese AI as to where the USA naval assets are and will be.

And if Chinese satellite can track F-22s, how much easier to track the plodding USA carriers to know exactly where they are the moment they leave Pearl Harbour and cross the 3rd Island Chain








https://eurasiantimes.com/china-plans-to-turn-its-satellites-into-spy-fighter-jets/

Shadowing F-22 Raptor – China Plans To Turn Its Low-Cost Satellites Into Spy Platforms That Can Even Track Fighter Jets​

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China is reportedly developing an advanced artificial intelligence system that could turn low-cost commercial satellites already orbiting the Earth into potent spy platforms. Reports suggest that it may have a success rate roughly seven times greater than existing technology.

Ukraine’s ‘Digital’ Soldiers Use British ‘Star’ Missile To Shoot-Down Russian Attack Chopper; Marks First Kill For UK MANPADs

This system is being developed by Chinese military researchers, who say that it is capable of tracking moving objects as small as a car with extraordinary precision, reported Chinese media.
The challenge of distinguishing a target via satellite footage was illustrated in 2020 when a Chinese space company released a video clip taken by Jilin-1, a small satellite. The satellite was presumably pursuing a cruising fighter jet from an altitude of almost 500km (310 miles).

Changguang Satellite, the manufacturer of the Jilin-1 Satellite, released that footage, which was extensively shared on Chinese social media platforms. A fighter plane can be seen flying over the city in the video. The company also put a caption beneath the video, allowing internet users to identify the fighter’s type.
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China’s satellite apparently captured high-speed flying fighter
Many internet users speculated that the fighter jet was most likely the US-made F-22 stealth fighter. Its horizontal tail and wing were similar to those of the F-22 fighter, leading to the assumption. This entire predicament was ostensibly the catalyst for the development of new technology. The plane in the video was approximately 20 meters (65 feet) in length.


The commercial satellite’s camera, which has a resolution of around 1-meter, would only produce a few pixels of the small target. It is even more difficult to recognize an object when there are fewer details in the image.
Since each frame of the satellite footage encompassed more than 10 square kilometers, a small target like a car could fade into the background or be confused with other cars. This will probably make tracking its path from orbit virtually impossible.
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File Image: F-22 Raptor
The Chinese team claimed that its new AI technology had attained 95% precision in finding a small object in the videos recorded by Jilin-1, with a success rate approximately seven times greater than existing technology.



I AM SURE CHINA GOT REDUNDANCIES AFTER REDUNDANCIES AS TO KNOW WHERE USA NAVAL ASSETS ARE AT ALL TIMES.

AND IF PUSHING TURN TO REAL SHOVING, USA SAILORS WILL REMAIN FOREVER YOUNG

USA LOST BADLY TO CHINA WHEN CHINA HAD ONLY SINGLE SHOT BOLT ACTION RIFLES AGAINST DUGOUT DOUG AND HIS BATTLESHIPS WITH 16 INCH GUNS AND CARRIERS AND PLANES AND ARTILLERIES AND MA DEUCES WITH UNLIMITED AMMO.

AND THE USA FIASCO IN VIETNAM WHEN USA HAD 100 TIMES THE FIREPOWER OF CHINA AND VIETNAM
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USA WERE WARNED NOT TO GO NORTH OF THE PARALLEL


USA dared not cross the parallel.


China told them if USA cross the parallel, China will put Chinese boots on the ground below the parallel in numbers that pale what China did when Dugout Doug approached the Yalu River.




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USA remembered what happened when they encountered Chinese even though most of the Chinese had only single shot bolt action rifle against USA battleships and artillery and Ma Deuces and unlimited ammo.

USA blinked and blinked and tail between legs and did not have the cojones to cross.

AND NOW USA KNOW CHINA GOT LOTS OF BANG AND LONGER REACH THEN USA CAN DREAM OF.
AND ANY TIME USA WANT TO TURN PUSHING INTO REAL SHOVING, CHINA WILL BE MORE THAN READY AND WILLING TO TANGO :enjoy:






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Chinese have about 3,000 of these kind of AShCMs.

In the form of Mach 3–4 YJ-12s carrying 400–500 semi shaped charge warheads, fired outside the AEGIS cover. The YJ-12 can also do evasive maneuvers to avoid anti-missile threats.

YJ-12 - Wikipedia

There is also the YJ-18 with reach exceeding Aegis cover. YJ-18 will start off at sub Mach 1. Until about 20 km from target , it will sprint at Mach 3–4 to deliver good news to the carrier .

China's YJ-18 Supersonic Anti-Ship Cruise Missile: America's Nightmare?

This Chinese description relates that the missile’s great strength is its “亚超结合的独特动力” [subsonic and supersonic combined unique propulsion]. Another term applied to this design is “双速制反舰导弹” [dual speed control ASCM]. As explained in the article, it is projected that YJ-18 would have an initial subsonic phase estimated at .8 Mach similar to the Klub of about 180km, but 20km from the target would unleash the supersonic sprint vehicle at speed of Mach 2.5 to 3. The “dual speed” function allows the system to realize certain advantages of subsonic cruise missiles, such as their “relatively long range, light weight and universality …” but also takes the chief advantage of supersonic ASCMs as well, namely the ability to “大幅压缩敌方的反应时间” [radically compress the enemy’s reaction time].

The Chinese article relates another advantage of the “dual speed” approach. Just as the missile comes into contact with the ship’s defenses, it “sheds the medium stage …,” thus simultaneously and dramatically altering both its speed and also its radar reflection, “which would impact the fire control calculation.” The likelihood that YJ-18 improves upon the Klub missile’s “digitization, automation, as well as providing more intelligent flight control and navigation technology” is attributed in the Chinese article to a recent Jane’s report.
 

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To let Vizier know of some of the drones of China

================================================


Americans are so amusing.
For years they went around saying the ocean is a big place and their carriers and ships can roam about and hide.

Then slowly it sunk into their heads China got lots of drones.


Like Divine Eagles


main-qimg-e579ad9cb0a0a1b634221dff9042c197






main-qimg-8d62bbf19620ef96cec7484655c0d994



According to Popular Science, China’s Divine Eagle UAV has a maximum altitude of 25km (or 79,000 feet).

In contrast, the US Global Hawk has a maximum altitude of only 18km (or 57,000 feet).


main-qimg-417c1c3e05f807d164a4560aedd5e516






main-qimg-095e65b1d618fabdeb446bc9cd602c9a





And Chinese Soar Dragon XiangLong

ANOTHER BIG BIRD

The 7-10 ton Xianglong, or WZ-7, with some stealthy features, would make an ideal EW drone thanks to its huge size, and lone endurance. Its unique 20 meter joined tandem wings increase its range and on station time.



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China’s long endurance drone the Feilong-1 has recently completed a trial at an undisclosed high-altitude plateau. Photo: Weibo


China’s long-endurance Feilong-1 drone is ready for high-altitude missions

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WZ-8 drones are hypersonic and fly very high and see very very far.

The CH-6 unmanned aerial vehicle at the airshow in Zhuhai.

The CH-6 unmanned aerial vehicle at the airshow in Zhuhai.Source: VCG/Getty Images
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Katrina Nicholas

A high-altitude, long-endurance drone that can fly for around 20 hours and reach top speeds of 700 kilometers an hour (435 miles an hour) was one of the flying gadgets unveiled at Airshow China 2021 in the southern city of Zhuhai on Tuesday.
Developed by Aerospace CH UAV Co., the CH-6 drone is aimed at high-end arms use while its long flying range means it could be used for a variety of military and civilian missions.
It can also carry out anti-submarine missions, maritime patrols, early warning missions and close-range air support, China’s Global Times said.


China Successfully Tests Solar-Powered Drone Capable of Being Airborne for Months​

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A previous version test-flown in September managed to remain afloat for five hours, with the latest flight indicating months-long capabilities.​

BY MARCO MARGARITOFF NOVEMBER 4, 2018


China successfully tested its solar-powered Morning Star drone supposedly capable of being airborne for months at a time, according to Business Insider.
The Developer Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) had already test-flown the unmanned aerial vehicle in September, albeit with a smaller wingspan. This latest flight utilized a 66-foot (20-meter) wingspan version weighing 42 pounds (18.9kg) aimed to reflect the final model. The test flight saw the drone reach and maintain a cruising altitude of over 66,000 feet (20,000 meters).
“With the development and first flight, in addition to a great number of ground, wind tunnel and scale model tests…a solid foundation has been laid for follow-up development,” said AVIC. “We will move quickly towards large-scale, heavy load and long endurance solar-powered UAVs.”

And not to forget

Maritime Militia​

The Maritime Militia, the first line of defense, counts one-hundred eighty-thousand ocean-going fishing boats and four thousand merchant[7] freighters, some towing sonar detectors, crewed by a million experienced sailors transmitting detailed information around the clock on every warship afloat. Their intelligence goes to shore bases that fuse their reports with automated transmissions from Beidou satellites and forward the data to specialists operating ‘vessel management platforms,’ collating, formatting, and sending actionable information up the PLAN command chain.

And sonar buoys all withing Western Pacific ocean. Supposed to be listening to fishes, but can also hear clearly screws of ships turning away.

China got the most super computers of the world. And the supercomputers will be putting all those data to know every second what ships are heading and speed they at.

American now know for sure their carriers and ships are pin pointed and can run but cannot hide unless they hide in Frisco Bay or Hudson Bay.

And Americans know for sure that DF21s and DF26 can do what they supposed to do, hit moving ships.
The target ship was moving, and was a lot lot smaller than a 100,000 carrier. Which made the hit by DF21 and DF26 equivalent to a pin point hits on the apricot, or medulla oblongata. Like bullets from 2 separate snipers hitting the medulla oblongata simultaneously.

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Chinese Long-Range Ballistic Missiles Struck Moving Ship In South China Sea: Report

The test could represent the first full demonstration of a real Chinese long-range anti-ship ballistic missile capability.
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Chinese Long-Range Ballistic Missiles Struck Moving Ship In South China Sea: Report​

The test could represent the first full demonstration of a real Chinese long-range anti-ship ballistic missile capability.​

BY JOSEPH TREVITHICK NOVEMBER 16, 2020


At least some of the ballistic missiles that China's People's Liberation Army fired into the South China Sea during an exercise earlier this year, which you can read about more in the War Zone's initial story on those drills, reportedly hit a moving target ship. If true, this would be the country's first known demonstration of an actual long-range anti-ship ballistic missile capability, which could significantly change the operational calculus for any potential opponent, including the United States, in the disputed maritime region and elsewhere in the Pacific.
The South China Morning Post reported last week that Wang Xiangsui, a retired People's Liberation Army (PLA) officer, had said that one DF-26B intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) and one DF-21D medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM) had struck the target vessel as it sailed near the Paracel Island chain during the August exercise. Wang, who has been described as "well-connected" in the past, is best known as one of the co-authors of the 1999 book Unrestricted Warfare, which covered various asymmetric means to undermine and defeat countries that were technologically superior to China. It has become a highly influential text, and general concept, in national security circles.


"We launched the DF-21 and DF-26, and the missiles hit a vessel sailing south of the Paracel Islands," Wang said during a closed-door gathering in China's eastern Zhejiang province in October, according to the South China Morning Post. “Shortly after that, an American military attaché in Geneva, [Switzerland] complained and said it would lead to severe consequences if the missiles hit an American aircraft carrier. They see this as a show of force. But we are doing this because of their provocation."

Wang does not appear to have given any details about the target ship, its construction, how fast it might have been moving, or how the PLA may have cued the missiles their target.
It remains unclear exactly how many missiles the PLA fired during the exercise on Aug. 26. South China Morning Post's initial report had indicated that two weapons had been launched, one DF-26B and one DF-21D, from sites in China's northwestern Qinghai province and in Zhejiang, respectively.

USA fanboys then come about foaming at the mouth that should their precious carriers be hit, they use nukes.

They think China got measly 200++ nukes.
Just like the 5000 km China underground GREAT WALL, contain only piddling 200++ nukes?
USA not realising China nukes are thermonuclear nukes and immediately usable as Chinese nukes are done to YuMing configuration.

USA must think why with only 200++ nukes, China can fire off 2000++ warheads express delivery via DF5 , DF31AG, DF-41 and JL2 and JL3 and much more.

Perhaps they think most of the warheads are delivering dim sum, sweet and sour chicken and tea bags.

Should USA fire just one nuke at China or chinese forces, all the USA bases in Japan and Okinawa and Singapore and Diego Garcia and in USA be turned into seas and lakes of multicolor glass.

None of USA carriers will be safe even if the USA carriers try to hide in Hudson Bay or Frisco Bay.

USA want to play stupid games with phony FONOPs.
USA will win stupid prize.
Theses UAVs have only one problem, LINE OF SIGHT LIMITATIONS FOR DATA LINK UNLESS YOU HAVE SATELLITE DATA LINK TO CORRECT TREJECTORIES AT TERMINAL PHASE, WHICH CURRENTLY CHINA LACK BEYOND PACIFIC AND NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
 

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Theses UAVs have only one problem, LINE OF SIGHT LIMITATIONS FOR DATA LINK UNLESS YOU HAVE SATELLITE DATA LINK TO CORRECT TREJECTORIES AT TERMINAL PHASE, WHICH CURRENTLY CHINA LACK BEYOND PACIFIC AND NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
There is a clear official report that China's Tianlian system, after the completion of the launch of No. 05 in 2021, the global SATELLITE DATA LINK communication coverage has reached 100%.
http://www.stdaily.com/index/kejixi...7/images/13543f130fed4f15ad48383d9f5c8ffc.jpg
 

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Yet, US aircrafts carriers roam freely in south china sea and China can not do znything except issuing warning.
Lol..and u really think Chinese cannot do anything on US aircraft carrier during peace time?


If by your theory? And why Chinese warship carrier can remained intact near Alaska sea? Is it supposed to be supapowa USN shall have send the Chinese warship to bottom of sea for being so close to US water?



Maybe? We will reexamine our relationship with Taiwan IF China make it out to the western hemisphere.
When u have upgrade your r/s with Taiwan then let me know.
 

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Lol..and u really think Chinese cannot do anything on US aircraft carrier during peace time?


If by your theory? And why Chinese warship carrier can remained intact near Alaska sea? Is it supposed to be supapowa USN shall have send the Chinese warship to bottom of sea for being so close to US water?




When u have upgrade your r/s with Taiwan then let me know.

No , I don't think China can not do anything. China can issue the warnings though US msy not listen to it.
 

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USA need not worry too much of DF26s DF21s any more.

Or even of the 3000++ AShCMs of China, including many Mach3s
:D :omghaha:

As long as USA carriers and Burkes and Ticos stay out of 2nd Island Chain, they will remain safe.

Meet the latest. Sorry cannot even give a name to that as that so new

China ship fired anti-ship hypersonic ballastic missile
That likely can reach beyond 2nd Island Chain to the 3rd island chain of Wake Island and Pearl Harbout.

That I called here in forum as DF-XX until a proper name provided by China

Lo and behold

:enjoy:
:rofl:


:D

Finally got a name.
:enjoy:

Not DF-XX

This baby is call the YJ-21 , 鹰击-12 or Eagle Strike 21


https://www.19fortyfive.com/2022/04/yj-21-chinas-new-anti-ship-missile-will-make-the-navy-sweat/

🥁🥁 🥁😍😍😍

YJ21 in this video is not first testing in 055, The missile was fired during a normal training exercise.
It shows that YJ21 has already been massive equipped on the 055 destroyer.


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🇨🇳🇨🇳🇨🇳 WANG SUI WANG WANG SUI 萬歲 萬 萬歲 🇨🇳🇨🇳🇨🇳


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