Did they really say that? I wonder what they smoke that makes them fart so loud. They're just fooling their own people and themselves.Look at this ....one of them says that they can shoot this chinese monster with one of their own missile in the low arbit ....bhai kia phonk kar ayaea ho?
Even by the most conservative estimate, there was excessive firepower to do that since decades ago.Good. Nuke the US.
Welcome back. Where have you been?Even by the most conservative estimate, there was excessive firepower to do that since decades ago.
Rankings of world thermonuclear powers by megatons of firepower: 1. Russia - 1,273 megatons 2. United States - 570 megatons 3. China - 294 megatons (China has over half the nuclear firepower of the United States) 4. France - 55 megatons 5. Britain - 16 megatons References...defence.pk
But MAD is always the hurdle, that's why surmounting this is a top investment priority for all three players in the game. On the strategic defence side there are land-based mid-course interception and ASAT with KKV tech, its sea-based versions (Dual-band Type 055 destroyers), as well as massive orbital infrastructure comprised of various constellations like infra-red, GaoFen, comms, Beidou and such.
On the offensive side ICBM/SLBM with MIRV is the current pillarstone, while FOBS+HGV is a very attractive option to explore, I guess it's what this test is about. There are alot of liquid-fueled heavy-lifters at disposal all very matured/reliable, sending heavy orbital vehicles up is easy. It can supplement the relatively short range of HGV which typically can only ramjet for ~1200 seconds. This combo gives commanding officers far more flexibility in choosing the best attack route by avoiding heavily guarded regions such as North Pole. Such test can further prep readiness for orbital bombardment system, i.e. no longer fractional, by keeping those HGV in orbits, such option should be on the table.
Indian army looks like a rabble from Raj. The Chinese have been very kind to them so far. Even cleaned their outdated INSAS rifles before returning them. The American idiots are deluded if they think India will be a "counter" to China.
Those are all outlets of one and the same semi distributed U.S. disinformation network. They echo every single "China threat" story pushed out by U.S. regime propaganda mouthpieces for a living. Doesn't make it the story and details any more credible even if all of them parott it 100 times.I've got one more twitter handle that posted the same thing.
Even if it did, it's just a small wrinkle that will be ironed out.The missile "missed" it target by some distance(some reports suggest 2 x dozen miles ) so lets see if it did or didnot ( you really dont know what the missile was targetted to aim at in real terms! )
How easy is it to hide this kind of weapon forever?regardless it should be a secret weapon. Now The adversaries would think of ways to counter or make one tthemselves.
Hey bro, I'm so glad to see old pals are still here! Couldn't be better, thanks!Welcome back. Where have you been?
Relax, given the track records let's have some confidence on how PLA manage things. Those large 3.3 MT single warheads fitted to DF-5A are no longer the primary weapons, these years new MIRVed and smaller warheads are trending, and they do come in quantities. I guess warhead yields between 150-500 KT should suffice. Firepower has never been an issue for decades, the challenge is finding new delivery means to bypass/penetrate US missile defence. FOBS is about bypassing, while HGV is about penetration, that's why I think this test of FOBS+HGV combo is quite meaningful.I firmally believe we need to expand hydrogen nuke arsenal to 10k