Plan Type 093/094 Nuclear Submarine Thread

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    15? .. I counted only 12? (2+4 093x and 6 094x), what are the other 3 ?
     
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    Posted by LKJ86 at the PDF.


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    Click here for the original resolution (4064 x 2462).

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    The report says that 12 nuclear submarines have been constructed in recent years, but China has 15 operational nuclear submarines in total, the remaining three being the later members of the 09I series.
     
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    Likely taken from a review rehearsal.

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    According to local sources, the nuclear reactor facility on the 1st Type 09IIIB is reported to be underway at the Bohai Shipyard. It will be the first Chinese nuclear attack submarine to have a VLS system. At least two types of cruise missiles would be provided.

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    One more...

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    From Henri K blog Unmistakable warning!
    After being postponed for 24 hours, a new Chinese test of strategic ballistic sea-ground missile (SLBM) seems to have taken place today very early in the morning. The craft took off from the Bohai Sea and flew west of China. An article is in preparation.

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    I guess this is the 2nd test for JL3 I can't wait until this baby entered the service. this event is more important than CV17 or CV18. both test are successful
    Here is the dramatic launch video from Oedo
    A mysterious flying object taken at Taizan today morning. It seems that the PLA navy tests submarine-launched ballistic missiles in the Bohai Sea
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1135172212229431300

    Here is the first test
    China Flight Tests New Submarine-Launched Missile: First flight of JL-3 nuclear missile conducted in November (excerpt)
    (Source: Free Beacon; posted Dec 18, 2018)

    China carried out a flight test of a new submarine-launched ballistic missile last month that will carry multiple nuclear warheads capable of targeting most of the United States, according to American defense officials.

    The launch in late November was the first time the Chinese military flight tested the Julong-3, or JL-3 missile that will be deployed with the next generation of ballistic missile submarines, said officials familiar with the test who said it appeared successful. Julong is Chinese for Big Wave.

    The test was closely monitored by U.S. intelligence agencies that detected the launch with missile warning satellites.

    No additional details of the flight test could be learned. Pentagon spokesmen declined to comment. "The Pentagon will not comment on the intelligence related to Chinese missile tests," said Lt. Col. Chris Logan, one of the spokesmen.

    China's missile force announced, without elaborating, that five missile flight tests were conducted between Nov. 20 and 23. (end of excerpt)
     
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