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China Conducts J-15 Flight Landing On Liaoning Aircraft Carrier

J-15 Flight On Liaoning Aircraft Carrier  China has successfully conducted flight landing on its first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, naval sources said.A new J-15 fighter jet was used as part of the landing exercise. After its delivery to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy on Sept. 25, the aircraft carrier has undergone a series of sailing and technological tests, including ...

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Russia To Sell Su-35 Advanced Fighter Planes To China

Su-35 Russian Fighter Jet  Russia has agreed to sell 24 Sukhoi Su-35 fighter aircraft to China for a projected US$1.5 billion. Russia’s Rosoboronexport and the Chinese Ministry of National Defense are said to have reached a initial agreement, with details discussed during a meeting in Beijing on Wednesday between Russian Minister of Defense Sergey Shoygu and Chinese President Hu Jintao. Hu ...

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China Develops CM-400AKG Pakistan’s Hypersonic Carrier Killer Missile For JF-17

JF-17’s CM-400AKG Hypersonic Aircraft Carrier Killer Missile  China has developed a hypersonic Aircraft carrier killer missile and has been deployed by the PAF. The missile has been described as the PAF’s Hypersonic ‘Carrier Killer Missile’ Pakistan has deployed a new hypersonic long-range air-launched missile that officials in the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) have described as “a hypersonic aircraft carrier killer ...

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AVIC Unveils New Minshan Aircraft Engine At Airshow China 2012

AVIC Unveils New Minshan Aircraft Engine At Airshow China 2012 AVIC Unveils  Minshan Aircraft Engine At Airshow China 2012 AVIC Unveils New Minshan Aircraft Engine At Airshow China 2012 AVIC Unveils New Minshan Aircraft Engine At Airshow China 2012 AVIC Unveils New Minshan Aircraft Engine At Airshow China 2012 AVIC Unveils New Minshan Aircraft Engine At Airshow China 2012

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Chinese Aviation Defense Industry Expands

Jf-17 Fighter Jet A half-dozen years ago, China’s aircraft industry had not delivered a single competitive, operational fighter of its own design. Today, two are in service—the low-cost JF-17 and the J-10, the latter apparently comparable to most current in-production fighters—and China is still delivering bargain-basement fighters evolved from the classic Mikoyan MiG-21. The country’s industry has developed an indigenous ...

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