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Visitors to the China Aviation Museum on the outskirts of Beijing, look at an old People's Liberation Army Air Force F-6B fighter jet on display. David Gray/REUTERS

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A visitor to the China Aviation Museum located on the outskirts of Beijing, takes a photograph of a row of old anti-aircraft guns on display. David Gray/REUTERS

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Recruits from the People's Liberation Army hold their hats as they salute in formation during a training session at a military base in Yinchuan. Stringer Shanghai/REUTERS

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Paramilitary policemen rappel down a building as they take part in an anti-terrorism drill in Shanghai. China Daily Information Corp - CDIC/REUTERS

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China's first aircraft carrier is seen at its shipyard at Dalian Port in northeast China's Liaoning province. Reuters TV/REUTERS

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Chinese air force soldiers train in a military base in the Chinese city of Jinan.. Reuters Photographer/REUTERS

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Chinese marines go through routine training at an undisclosed military camp in Guangdong province, southern China, in late July, 2001.
Minister of Defence Chi Haotian marked the 74th anniversary of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) by repeating China's threat to use force against Taiwan if it sought independence, the People's Daily reported
August 1, 2001. Reuters Photographer/REUTERS

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