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Discussion in 'Feedback & Suggestions' started by Chairman Hu, Nov 16, 2005.
Calibre 5.8mm (12.7mm)
Trails (Trials) in a weapon testing base and filed units were carried out in 1988......
The PLA Second Artillery Corps also has 600~800 conventional DF-9 (DF-11) (CSS-7) and DF-15 (CSS-6) short-range ballistic missiles, most of which are deployed in the east and southeast regions of the country.
"While conducting the EVA, the astronaut is tied to tied to (redundant) a tether of about 5m..."
The gloves are integrated with the suit but boos (boots) are removable.
The satellite suffered from a control system malfunction, which resulted in the solar power penal (panel) unable to expand.
The JL-2 SLBM is said to have a maximum range of 8,000km and is callable (capable) of carrying 3~4 multiple independently targetable re-entry vehicles (MIRV)......
...the missile is believed to be capable of delivering a single and multiple conventional warheads weighting (weighing) 2,000kg and have a maximum range of 1,700km.
Either Im seeing things or is this a MAJOR spelling correction
The first picture on the top left is clearly not "J-10 fighter of the PLAAF 44th Air Division"......lol ^.^......its T-071 LPD its in the Navy-Amphibious Warefare Ships section.....fighter jet :rofl::rofl::roll::roll:
The vessel was designed to detect and clear detect and remove (detect and remove) mines for the rest of the fleet.
The four vessels was then enforced by two Type 037 (Hainan class) antisubmarine patrol crafts. (extra period) (hull 281 and 282). The battle has resulted (resulted) in one South Vietnamese corvette being sunk, and another heavily damaged.
After the battle, the PRC regained the control (control) over the Paracel Islands.
On the weapons trial ships page...
Check out paragraphs 4 & 5. The ship types I believe are wrong. One says 51C and the other says 62C. I believe both are suppose to be 52Cs.
"Both pilots were said to have ejected and parachuted to safety. The (They) suffered from minor injuries and are being treated at local hospitals."