PLAN Type 052C/052D Class Destroyers

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    Ok maybe a pic but can realy reload/ in practice and what sea state ? if you need a lake...
     
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    I think the PLAN has already learned that reloading VLS at sea isn't worth the space or weight of a crane.
     
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    For 052C/D : HHQ-9 do 6,8 x 0,45 m 1.3 tons range at less 125 km some says 150 ?
    and for 051C : S-300FM/SA-N-20 dop 7.5 x 0,52 m 1.8 tons range 150 km.

    Please questions :
    HHQ-9A exist or is a HHQ-9 ? and eventuals difference.*
    HHQ-9B with a range of 200 km ? vs 125 -150 can be more big ? used only by 052D ?

    But i see land variant to 200 km upgraded ? this range do a difference with navals variants... normaly same size in this case why canister matters ?
    http://www.deagel.com/Defensive-Weapons/HQ-9_a001833001.aspx
     
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    Hey guys,

    Wanna see 052D in film? Not sure if this is shared among here before!



    I will let the action speaks for itself...

    02:52_In the command and control room
    03:08_More command and control scene
    03:24_Arming the missiles
    04:07_Overview of the PLAN task force
    04:14_Triangulating the signal source for missile strike
    04:15_Locking on the targets
    04:18_Opening the VLS cells
    04:52_NAVAL COMMAND HQ gives greenlight for missile strike
    04:54_Captain orders to fire the cruise missiles
    04:56_Cruise missiles launched from all destroyers
    05:12_Frontal view of cruise missiles launching skywards
    06:01_Cruise missiles approaching rebel targets
    06:13_Cruise missiles destroying rebel targets

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf_Warriors_2

    Watch this over and over again... to be frank, I was touched and am amazed at the support PLA 81 Studio gave in this film!

    Enjoy (again)!
     
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    Blocked on copyright strike unfortunately, got home too late :(
     
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    Imagine when 26 of 052D in service with PLAN together with 6 052C/++ and 32 054A/++ and 18 055/A and 20 SSN 093/95 and 6 CBGs, etc, etc... by 2030/2035

    Just wowww ... will be the second best Navy in the world (already is actually) by big margin after the US Navy
     
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    6 CBGs by 2035 is a not a realistic expectation IMO. 4 is more reasonable, maybe 5 if the PLAN is in a real hurry.
     
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    I would be surprised if China only had four carriers by 2035. I think 5 or 6 is more likely.

    CV-16: In service
    CV-17: 2019 (2019-20)
    CV-18: 2023 (2022-25)
    CV-19: 2026 (2025-28)
    CVN-20: 2030 (2028-31)
    CVN-21: 2033 (2031-35)
    CVN-22: 2037 (2035-2039)
    CVN-23: 2041 (replaces CV-16)
    CVN-24: 2045
    CVN-25: 2050 (replaces CV-17)

    *construction schedule continues with one new carrier every ~5 years*
     
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