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Post time 2010-8-12 23:06:18 |Display all floors
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Post time 2010-8-12 23:09:33 |Display all floors
Originally posted by BingSilk at 2010-8-12 23:06


russian lacks manpower and weapon production rate, they are pretty slow in making things for replacement..
In a big war, it will lose without help.

you would call nuke war nowaday unlikely ...


Hahahaha....yeah, like in WW2? You know sh1t about Russia. Napoleon couldn't make it, Hitler couldn't and China wouldn't manage it too!
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Post time 2010-8-12 23:23:57 |Display all floors
3000 nuclear warheads is enough to back off even the super power USA from a big war. Did Russia need anybody's help in the decade long bloody war in Chechnya? While in Iraq and Afghans it was always USA + tens of allies against one country. The bear is sleeping and slow now but when somebody dares to kick it, you will see thousands thousands pieces of heavy weapons come out endlessly. They have knowhow and ability to do it.

So at the end it is about Russia should give military technology to China so China can produce weapons for them or what?

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Post time 2010-8-12 23:28:45 |Display all floors
Russian military: China's J-15 fighter jets not up to par
Source Alyona Topolyanskaya at 07/06/2010



China's J-15 carrier-based fighter will not be able to compete with Russia's SU- 33 fighter on global markets because it is inferior to the Russian aircraft, said  Russian military analyst .

China since 2001 has been developing the J-15 naval fighter, which is believed to be a clone of Russia's Su-33 Falcon-D. China bought an SU-33 prototype earlier from Ukraine, and used it to develop its new aircraft.

"The Chinese J-15 clone is unlikely to achieve the same performance characteristics of the Russian SU-33 carrier-based fighter, and I won’t rule out the possibility that China could return to negotiations with Russia on the purchase of a substantial batch of SU-33s," said Col. Igor Korotchenko, a member of the Defense Ministry's Public Council.

The J-15 is expected to be stationed initially onboard the Chinese Varyag aircraft carrier, which is currently being fitted in the port of Dalian. China purchased  the unfinished Admiral Kuznetsov class aircraft carrier from Ukraine back in 1998.

The SU-33 is a carrier-based multi-role fighter, which can perform a variety of air tasks such as fleet defense, air support and reconnaissance missions. The aircraft entered service with the Russian Navy in 1995 and are currently deployed on board the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier.

Korotchenko said that China was unlikely to solve technical problems related to the design of the folding wings and to develop a reliable engine for the aircraft, although the first J-15 prototype reportedly made its maiden flight on August 31, 2009, powered by Chinese WS-10 turbofan engines.

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