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The J-15, a heavy bomber independently developed by China, has the features of excellent carrier-based aircraft, but it still needs time for the aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, to become combat effective, a military expert disclosed in an interview recently.

The carrier-based aircraft refers to any naval planes based on an aircraft carrier or other warships, which is used to attack targets in the air, on and under the water and on ground and execute tasks of early warning, scouting, patrolling, convoying, mine-laying, mine clearance and vertical landing. It is used as one of the main weapons of naval air forces in battles and an important force to seize and maintain air and sea controls on the maritime battlefield.

It has also become the focus of attention of the outside world that whether the repeated "touch and go landing" in recent days means that J-15 will be delivered soon. To this question, Chinese naval expert Li Jie said as it is the first time for China to carry out taking off and landing training of a carrier-based aircraft, it still needs much time for J-15 to be delivered.

In addition, the external world also paid special attention to the performance of J-15. An expert revealed that J-15 is a fighter plane of or above the third generation. It has superior combat performance and characteristics of excellent carrier-based aircraft.

Du Wenlong, senior colonel and researcher of Chinese Academy of Military Sciences, told the reporter in an interview, "First, it is a heavy-duty carrier-based aircraft, which means that it has larger flying range and bigger bombs and fuel load, and its control range and devastating power rank high in the world. In addition, from the basic equipment of the heavy-duty carrier-based aircraft, the J-15 is compatible with various kinds of ammunition and has any functions a standard foreign carrier-based aircraft owns. The J-15 aircraft is able to accurately and efficiently run on the aircraft carrier and is also an important sign of integrated sea-air combat force of Chinese navy until now."

Talking about the significance of the carrier-based aircraft to the combat effectiveness of the aircraft carrier, Li Jie said, "The main fighting power of an aircraft carrier is embodied in the planes so the majority of countries regard the training of carrier-based aircraft as a top priority."

Devastating power of China's J-15 ranks high in the world - People's Daily Online

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Don't laugh at the third generation word, coz they have their own system of giving generations to fighters..
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bhisma

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That's the 4th generation, according to Chinese nomenclature the 4th is 3rd, 3rd is 2nd and so on.

OT: But according to Chinese posters the J-15 is already doing test runs on their A/C??:what:
I was also confused by this article, coz that sinochallenger claimed that he flown that j-15 on the liaoning and now an expert is saying it will take time..:what: I hope one mega fart is coming soon..:cheesy:
 

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I was also confused by this article, coz that sinochallenger claimed that he flown that j-15 on the liaoning and now an expert is saying it will take time..:what: I hope one mega fart is coming is coming soon..:cheesy:

Don't talk about sinochallenger :lol:, according to him he's already nuked half the world 10 times over, and the Lionling has destroyed all the world's top navies and their a/c's.
 

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OP it's a high time for you to familiarize yourself with the Chinese nomenclature.

3rd generation here means 4th generation.
 

Henry

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OP it's a high time for you to familiarize yourself with the Chinese nomenclature.

3rd generation here means 4th generation.

Why don't you read it again?

as it is the first time for China to carry out taking off and landing training of a carrier-based aircraft, it still needs much time for J-15 to be delivered.
 

Henry

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That was a suggestion and not a question! BTW it had to do with the Chinese standard classification, don't understand why you wanted me to read excerpt about delivery?

Chinese standard classification is known.

Since you questioned me?

He made a point about delivery of the A/Cs.

Actually title of the thread is misleading
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That was your answer.
 

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Of course it would take time, the J-15 would need to checked for faults in its hydrolic systems and check it' pitch and yawn movement. Let not even mention tests on its ASEA radar, AA pods, RCS, W-10 thrust vector engines which provides its 9KN ton power and its EWS and anti Jamming device.
 

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