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Post time 2010-10-19 23:38:10 |Display all floors
I think it is possible. They have so great potential.
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Post time 2010-10-20 08:27:39 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2010-10-19 12:43
.........is pretty serious stuff! It calls for FIRST USE of nuclear weapons!

BUT China being poor for so long, and only "tasted" prosperity only in the last "10 years", is qu ...


China has a long stated "no first use" of nukes policy so your strategy doesn't really compute.

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Post time 2010-10-20 12:05:57 |Display all floors

Reply #10 exportedkiwi's post

DF-21 - anti aircraft carrier!

ASAT - nuclear blast in space to blind a superior enemy!

tactical battlefield missile battalion forces - to balance the assymetric assets!

hmmmmmm

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Post time 2010-10-20 12:09:53 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2010-10-20 12:05
DF-21 - anti aircraft carrier!

ASAT - nuclear blast in space to blind a superior enemy!

tactical battlefield missile battalion forces - to balance the assymetric assets!

hmmmmmm

cheerio ...


A nuke ASAT will also EMP unhardened friendly forces. Not very practical and there is a treaty regarding the non-weaponising of space I believe. For every offence, there is a defence regarding the DF-21. I wouldn't be surprised if they're defeated and one must remember, that unless these weapons can actively seek without satellite guidance (because the US would target China's satellites early on in any shooting match) they're basically useless.
Missile battalions are all well and good but aren't as mobile as desired unless tracked (which is maintenance and fuel heavy) and there is an adequate logistics system in place to provide reloads etc. This was proved with the US MRLS system in GW1.

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Post time 2010-10-20 12:21:44 |Display all floors

Reply #12 exportedkiwi's post

you do have good points, Mr. Kiwi!
BUT the point of the matter is - probably first use of nuclear weapons - in the battle doctrine!
Whether it's a battle field formation near the Chinese border or an aircraft carrier unit off it's shores!

and that's dangerous, yet those YANKEE sees it fit, to send their Nimitz so near the shores of China!!!!
PROBABLY EXPECTING the under equipped Chinese Generals into PANIC FRENZY, so very simple, a NUKE to compensate for inaccuracy for a Battle Group kill!

and the CIA trying encourage TRADE ROUTE states to begin hostilities with China!
HECK, we do know Japan, Korea can't do "shi-t" with their militaries without gaining a NOD from the American High Command! Even the Singaporean Air Force can't do nuts with all those high tech jets - without American OKAY!

gosh!

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Post time 2010-10-21 06:24:46 |Display all floors
Originally posted by BingSilk at 2010-10-17 10:34
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That's what I heard


From all of the CCTV releases covering the Taihung, Qinling, and other engines, coupled with reports accompanied by photos of these engines as having been installed on the J-10, J-11, etc., for test trials and claimed as perfected, I would speculate that whatever is still challenging China in this respect has to be over the matter of China's capability to produce these engines enmass. It takes time to put the toolings and the MFG infrastructures together .
Putin's a killer. This was the claim made by Fox News journalist; Bill O'Reilly during his recent interview with Donald Trump. Trump's reply came in the form of a simple question. What, you think our country's so innocent?

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