PLA missile defense system

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    Or even HQ-19 is close to the THAAD-ER than THAAD in a two-stage
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    Coverage of Kaihogunpo:http://www.81.cn//kj/2017-03/20/content_7531571.htm#0-tsina-1-3429-397232819ff9a47a7b7e80a40613cfe1

    PLA Air Force certain missile battalion Hongqi 19, called the "China version THAAD" that (HQ-19) Anti-Ballistic missile system has been deployed to implement already the combat readiness mission. Situation that soldiers of this battalion were selected from all the Air Force 26 Regiment, 543 troops (PLA's first ground-to-air missile troops) You're the first since.
     
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    Great going, Mr. Kim. Expect the Chinese to accelerate the unveiling of their missile defense systems in the coming years.
     
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    CJ10 (DF 10) cruise missile can cover the first island chain....


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    Any cruise missile units stationed near Indian border? Would be probably very useful in there as moving artillery could be difficult and mountains & hills give good cover for missile against SAM radars.
     
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    ..mobile truck-mounted shored based anti-ship missiles...YJ 62..suitable to be deployed at various islands in SCS for defensive purposes..
    ..each missile carries a 300kg AP high explosives warhead, wings can be folded in stowed position...
    ..range 280km max, 40-60 km min, with subsonic speed of 0.6-0.8 Mach ..

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    Yes !
    Used by majority not impossible all or almost Navy's defense coastal units 5 Rgts and a Batallion which also had YJ-82 maybe now some new YJ-18 ?
    Navy have also 3 HQ-9 Bat of 8 TELs.

    Seems a Batallion have 8 TELs sure at less 4 - 6 each Rgt have 3 - 4 Bat the more big 11th close Weihei reinforced have 4 Bat.

    Special units /systems difficult for have infos for all countries : TELs, missiles numbers ofc again more with China and the " Mandarin " is not perfect :=)
     
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    We all busy discussing C919 but there are other important news
    From Oedo. With Korea heating up I am not surprise they put priority on missile defence
    The strange trajectory that I took in Xinjiang last night, it seems that China also conducted an intermediate stage ballistic missile defense test
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    From Jane
    http://www.janes.com/article/71045/china-develops-ultra-fast-anti-missile-interceptor-says-report
    China develops 'ultra-fast' anti-missile interceptor, says report
    Gabriel Dominguez, London and Neil Gibson, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
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    China already operates the HQ-9 SAM system (seen here), which is stated to have an ABM capability. It is possible that the new interceptor is part of an upgrade of this system. Source: Chinese MND
    The China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC) claims to have developed a new type of "ultra-fast" anti-missile interceptor capable of engaging an incoming projectile flying "10 times faster than a bullet", the state-owned China Daily newspaper reported on 27 May.

    CASIC was quoted as saying that its Second Academy in Beijing, which is believed to be the country's major developer of air defence systems, has made a "new generation aerospace defence missile" that incorporates "top space technologies" and can intercept targets at an altitude of "tens of kilometres".

    The company disclosed the information in an article it released earlier this month about the contributions made by control system researchers from the Zhang Yiqun Studio: a group named after a prominent scientist at the academy, said the paper.

    The new interceptor was reportedly so difficult to design that "only a handful of nations in the world have been able to develop it", reported China Daily, adding that the weapon's designers "overcame numerous problems during research and development, including an explosion of one of the weapon's prototypes during a flight test".

    No further details were provided about the system.
     
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    From China daily confirmation of Jane report
    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2017-05/27/content_29520150.htm
    Ultrafast missile interceptor developed
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    China has developed a new type of ultrafast anti-missile interceptor capable of knocking down an incoming projectile that is flying 10 times faster than a bullet, according to the nation's largest missile maker.

    China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp, one of the major defense contractors for the People's Liberation Army, recently revealed that its Second Academy in Beijing has made a "new-generation aerospace defense missile" that incorporates top space technologies, and which it describes as one of the cornerstones of a world power's strategic prowess.

    The weapon is so difficult to design that only a handful of nations in the world are able to develop it, the State-owned company said, adding that its product is capable of bringing down targets tens of kilometers above the ground that fly 10 times faster than a bullet.

    The CASIC Second Academy is the country's major developer of air defense systems.

    The information of such a missile defense system, a cutting-edge weapon that only the United States and Russia were previously reported to have, was disclosed in an article released by CASIC earlier this month.

    The article was about the contribution by control system researchers from the Zhang Yiqun Studio, a group named after a prominent scientist, at the academy.

    Although the introduction did not specify the anti-missile interceptor's capabilities, experts said the descriptions "tens of kilometers" and "10 times faster than a bullet" indicate its range should be from 10 km to 100 km and its minimum velocity around 12,000 km/h — a typical bullet used by a handgun, the slowest of all bullets, normally travels about 1,200 km/h.

    The average age of the weapon's designers is 32, according to the article. They overcame numerous problems during research and development, including an explosion of one of the weapon's prototypes during a flight test, it said.

    Wang Ya'nan, editor-in-chief of Aerospace Knowledge, said an advanced anti-missile interceptor requires cutting-edge technologies, superb manufacturing techniques and top materials and will only be successful after a great number of tests.

    China successfully completed three land-based, midcourse missile interception tests in 2010, 2013 and 2014, according to the Defense Ministry. Whether the weapon mentioned by the CASIC Second Academy was the same used in these tests was not clear.
     
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