Zhuhai Air Show 2020


Chavez

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Capable of battlefield patrol and monitoring, providing targeting information to other platforms, and conducting damage assessments? that sounds like a long list of capabilities for an Anti-radiation missile.

How is it supposed to do so, especially the "conducting damage assessments" part?

and also, I'm skeptical of the 50 mins loitering time, unless it means the time it took to travel out to 280km.
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Print screen your page image, and provide details of your device and browser, may be some one familiar with your system can help.

Print screen your page image, and provide details of your device and browser, may be some one familiar with your system can help.
I used samsung galaxy lap tab and chrome browser.
 

by78

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Going home...

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by78

Lieutenant General
Capable of battlefield patrol and monitoring, providing targeting information to other platforms, and conducting damage assessments? that sounds like a long list of capabilities for an Anti-radiation missile.

How is it supposed to do so, especially the "conducting damage assessments" part?

and also, I'm skeptical of the 50 mins loitering time, unless it means the time it took to travel out to 280km.

Technically it's not just an anti-radiation missile. It's more of an expendable suicide drone and more versatile than a 'dumb' missile. The damage assessment part in PLA parlance may simply mean snapping a photo of the battlefield and beaming it back to HQ for analysis. As for loitering time, perhaps I should have used the term "endurance".
 

by78

Lieutenant General
I mean, If they somehow manage to get their hands on a real diagram of let's say J-11 for example, and the marketing dept then decided to use it as the demo background, wouldn't the National security opsec guys invite them to tea in no time?

They are not going to or be allowed use a real diagram. I don't think a marketing department can even get their hands on one to begin with.
 

The Observer

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They are not going to or be allowed use a real diagram. I don't think a marketing department can even get their hands on one to begin with.
which is why I said if they manage to get one, then national security would be having a chat or two with them in no time.
 

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