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 Author| Post time 31-7-2006 05:15 PM | Show all posts
Pemerhati PBB PLA China Di Lubnan







Pemerhati PBB Du Zhaoyu terbunuh ketika serangan israel keatas lubnan
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Post time 1-8-2006 01:04 AM | Show all posts
Originally posted by mmc at 31-7-2006 09:53 AM
tengok konsep elevator hangar dia boleh kut..tapi berapa biji boleh simpan..anyway kalau dah besar macam ni with that noise making activities..ssn amerika senyum aja nak bunuh ;)

mungkin dia nak terapkan element of suprise........aircraft carrier yang bleh dive an the tetibe je muncul kat perairan orang pas tuh launch air strike......tp x ke bising kapal selam tu nanti
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Post time 1-8-2006 10:09 AM | Show all posts
Originally posted by bravotwozero at 1-8-2006 01:04

mungkin dia nak terapkan element of suprise........aircraft carrier yang bleh dive an the tetibe je muncul kat perairan orang pas tuh launch air strike......tp x ke bising kapal selam tu nanti


bising satu hal..nak kata tak alih-laih pun payah jugak kalau nak prep peswat 100% dalam hangar
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 Author| Post time 11-8-2006 07:05 PM | Show all posts
China AEW&C 2000

















unconfirm source say China already equip 4 units AEW&C 2000

source: http://jczs.news.sina.com.cn/bbs/p/2006/0808/10297474.html

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 Author| Post time 12-8-2006 12:18 PM | Show all posts
Type 97 (BMP-3)















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 Author| Post time 16-8-2006 02:55 PM | Show all posts
PAP (Police)

Anti Terrorist Squad























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Post time 16-8-2006 05:44 PM | Show all posts
Originally posted by bravotwozero at 1-8-2006 01:04 AM

mungkin dia nak terapkan element of suprise........aircraft carrier yang bleh dive an the tetibe je muncul kat perairan orang pas tuh launch air strike......tp x ke bising kapal selam tu nanti


Mungkin cara ini...............dier dapat merendahkan deck nya paling hampir dgn paras laut.
Dan di tambah pulak dgn ciri ciri stealth.

Mungkin juga teknoloji engine serta propulsion nya telah di baiki.

Dan mungkin juga KOS nya dapat di kurangkan berbanding dgn reka bentuk carrier yg sedia ada.:tq:
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 Author| Post time 16-8-2006 06:45 PM | Show all posts
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Post time 16-8-2006 07:10 PM | Show all posts
Good pics guys, thanks for sharing!
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 Author| Post time 17-8-2006 08:43 AM | Show all posts
2008 PLA (Army/Navy/Air Force) New Service Uniform & Rank





























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Post time 19-8-2006 09:53 AM | Show all posts
muahhhh..lawa la awek2 sojar ni...
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 Author| Post time 19-8-2006 11:56 AM | Show all posts
PLA Uniforms Style-04

























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 Author| Post time 21-8-2006 05:12 PM | Show all posts
PLA uniforms

( 2003-07-09 09:56) (pladaily)

The People's Liberation Army (PLA) began to develop its new generation of service uniforms at the beginning of 1993. The new uniforms were presented to the Central Military Commission (CMC) for approval in 1995.

The CMC held a meeting on April 10, 1995 to examine the new uniforms. By the approval of Chairman Jiang Zemin, who examined the new uniforms personally, the new generation of uniforms were first tried on by the PLA Garrison stationed in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on May 1, 1997 and were introduced to the three services in the spring of 2000.

The new generation of uniforms includes nine items, namely, military dress uniform, spring/autumn military service uniform, summer military service uniform, sweaters, battle dress uniform, physical training dress , caps and decorations, shoes/boots, and bullet-proof vest.

Military dress uniform

1. Style: Open-necked coat with picked lapel and square laps. Two lower insert pockets with flap. Toothed-edges (distinguishing type of service) at collar edge, sleeve cuffs and out-seams on trousers. Western-style trousers in dark greenish brown (Army), gray (Navy) or deep sky-blue (Air Force.)

2. Material: Thin whipcord

3. Decorations: Big cap insignia, hard epaulets, collar insignias, tie, tie bar, service mark tag, identity tag, aiguillette.

4. Cap: Peak hat.

5. Shoes: Leather.


Military dress uniform for the Army's male officers



Military dress uniform for the Army's female officers



Military dress uniform for the Navy's male officers



Military dress uniform for the Navy's female officers



Military dress uniform for the Air Force's male officers



Military dress uniform for the Air Force's female officers

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Post time 24-8-2006 03:49 PM | Show all posts

"China Hidden Power"

Good article on china air force development and history. We surely can learn alot from China.
As PLAAF began to mature, we can see they have develop their own indigenous design. PLAAF has begun to replicate Western airforce interm of capabililty
and quantity.


Original link from.

http://sinodefenceforum.com/showthread.php?t=2252

Credit to Deino and unknauthr from sinodefence forum.


To repeat some of the key elements from the article:

Historically the PLAAF was not awarded equal respect within the Chinese leadership, alongside the other branches of the PLA.

"Organizationally, the PLAAF is strictly subordinate to the Chinese ground forces in ways that no western air arm has ever had to contend with. Far from being on equal footing in the competition for resources or for strategic planning authority, the PLAAF has been obliged to play whatever secondary role that the Chinese armed forces see fit to relegate it under. Up until 1985, the chief air force officer wasn抰 even an aviator: he was an army officer appointed to manage air force operations."

This changed during the early 1990s, following the collapse of the Soviet Union (which provided the PLA with new sources of arms technology), and following the 1991 Gulf War, which altered Chinese military thinking with regard to the role of air power:

"The stunning display of US and allied air power during the 1991 Gulf War had come as a thunderous wake-up call to the Chinese armed forces. Here was an example of what a modern, integrated air force, equally capable of performing in the air-to-air and air-to-ground roles, was capable of doing to a less sophisticated opponent. . . . The myth of the massive ground army, capable of overcoming its opponents by sheer weight of numbers alone, had been shattered."

The article also traces the evolution of the China's indigenous aircraft development capabilities, from the development of the Q-5, to the development of the J-8 and J-8 II, to the concept aircraft of the 1970s that paved the way for the eventual development of the J-10.

"But there was also an apparent gap in this initial round of Chinese procurement. Whereas the PLAAF was quick to purchase the massive, long-range Su-27 and Su-30 fighters, no attempts were made to purchase the smaller, less expensive MiG-29 aircraft, as part of a high-low fighter mix. . . . It would be some number of years, however, before it became apparent that the PLAAF had its own, alternative aircraft in mind as a complement to its Su-27 interceptors."


Happy reading. :bodek::bodek:











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Post time 24-8-2006 03:50 PM | Show all posts
Mod sori.. sori kalu gambar terbesar.. Tolong ejaskan ya? :tq::tq::tq:

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Post time 24-8-2006 04:49 PM | Show all posts
weh itu hang kena ejas sendiri la!
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Post time 24-8-2006 07:55 PM | Show all posts
Ya ka? In that case I leave it as it is.
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 Author| Post time 24-8-2006 08:27 PM | Show all posts
MOD masukan dalam Thread nih...

---->         P.R.C China PLA (Army/Navy/Marine/Air Force) PAP (Police) Pic Gallery

http://forum.cari.com.my/viewthr ... &extra=page%3D2
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 Author| Post time 26-8-2006 01:59 PM | Show all posts
"China Hidden Power"

Good article on china air force development and history. We surely can learn alot from China.
As PLAAF began to mature, we can see they have develop their own indigenous design. PLAAF has begun to replicate Western airforce interm of capabililty
and quantity.


Original link from.

http://sinodefenceforum.com/showthread.php?t=2252

Credit to Deino and unknauthr from sinodefence forum.

To repeat some of the key elements from the article:

Historically the PLAAF was not awarded equal respect within the Chinese leadership, alongside the other branches of the PLA.

"Organizationally, the PLAAF is strictly subordinate to the Chinese ground forces in ways that no western air arm has ever had to contend with. Far from being on equal footing in the competition for resources or for strategic planning authority, the PLAAF has been obliged to play whatever secondary role that the Chinese armed forces see fit to relegate it under. Up until 1985, the chief air force officer wasn抰 even an aviator: he was an army officer appointed to manage air force operations."

This changed during the early 1990s, following the collapse of the Soviet Union (which provided the PLA with new sources of arms technology), and following the 1991 Gulf War, which altered Chinese military thinking with regard to the role of air power:

"The stunning display of US and allied air power during the 1991 Gulf War had come as a thunderous wake-up call to the Chinese armed forces. Here was an example of what a modern, integrated air force, equally capable of performing in the air-to-air and air-to-ground roles, was capable of doing to a less sophisticated opponent. . . . The myth of the massive ground army, capable of overcoming its opponents by sheer weight of numbers alone, had been shattered."

The article also traces the evolution of the China's indigenous aircraft development capabilities, from the development of the Q-5, to the development of the J-8 and J-8 II, to the concept aircraft of the 1970s that paved the way for the eventual development of the J-10.

"But there was also an apparent gap in this initial round of Chinese procurement. Whereas the PLAAF was quick to purchase the massive, long-range Su-27 and Su-30 fighters, no attempts were made to purchase the smaller, less expensive MiG-29 aircraft, as part of a high-low fighter mix. . . . It would be some number of years, however, before it became apparent that the PLAAF had its own, alternative aircraft in mind as a complement to its Su-27 interceptors."














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Post time 26-8-2006 10:01 PM | Show all posts

China Red Arrow ATGM

Red Arrow HJ-8L & HJ-8A








red arrow HJ-9A




source from: http://jczs.news.sina.com.cn/
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