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Discussion in 'China & Asia Pacific' started by MiG-23MLD, Feb 24, 2014.

  1. MiG-23MLD

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    Hong Kong (CNN) -- Territorial tensions between China and Japanhave flared after a close encounter between their military jets in disputed airspace over the East China Sea.

    The neighboring rivals accused each other of potentially triggering a dangerous incident, after two pairs of Chinese fighter jets were scrambled and flew unprecedentedly close to a Japanese OP-3C surveillance plane and a YS-11EB electronic intelligence aircraft Saturday.

    The fly-bys occurred in airspace claimed by both countries as part of their "air defense identification zones," while China carried out joint maritime exercises with Russia at the weekend.

    Japan claims the flights were part of a routine reconnaissance mission near a group of uninhabited islands claimed by both nations, known as Diaoyu in China and Senkaku in Japan.

    READ MORE: China's 'air defense identification zone,' explained

    In response, a statement from China's Ministry of National Defense blamed Japan for the incident, saying that the Chinese and Russian navies had issued "no-fly" notices in the area ahead of the maritime drill.

    According to the statement, carried by Chinese state media, the ministry had since lodged a complaint with Japan and called on it to "stop all surveillance and interference activities." "Otherwise, all the consequences that might be caused will be borne by the Japanese side," read the statement.

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    An image of a Chinese fighter jet released by Japan's Defense Ministry after the incident.
    Tensions in recent years over China's increasingly assertive stance towards territorial claims escalated in November when it unilaterally declared an "air defense identification zone," or ADIZ, that included stretches of disputed territory.

    An ADIZ is essentially a buffer zone outside a country's sovereign airspace, in which nations request that approaching aircraft identify themselves. The United States and Japan have both declared such zones around their territories.

    Both countries immediately challenged China's declaration of its ADIZ in November, with the United States sending two unarmed B-52 bombers through the airspace without notifying Chinese authorities.

    The disputed island standoff regularly sees the coast guards of China and Japan tail each other around the island chain.

    While the islands are uninhabited, their ownership would allow for exclusive oil, mineral, and fishing rights in surrounding waters, and their status has been a regular flashpoint in Sino-Japanese relations.

    Close encounter as China scrambles fighter jets on Japanese aircraft - CNN.com
     
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    Sancho Lt. Colonel Technical Analyst

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    Do you have more infos on that? J20 or J31 nose?
     
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    well obviously J20 why??
    if you are little smart enough u can see it's written "20 " along with the chinese letters in that pic

    it;s nose resembles J20 more

    BTW that pic is from Key pub forum

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    Sancho Lt. Colonel Technical Analyst

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    Wasn't that obvious to me and it tells us something which radar they might test.
     
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    ok save that pic in yourPC

    & see what does it state??

    Tu-204C as J-20 radar testbed - 31.5.14.jpg

    Hmm i think that is obvoius to everyone including you Right !!

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    F-15J armed with AAM-5, an equivalent of Python 5 or IRIS-T, the new adversary of J-10 and J-11
    Defense Department Web site announced that on June 11, the Chinese Air Force Air Force air defense identification zone in the East China Sea a routine patrol, the Chinese Tu-154 aircraft in the airspace concerned when in an offshore normal flight, the day two Japanese F-15 aircraft arrived near tracking it, the closest distance between the three aircraft was of about 30 meters.
     
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    from AW &ST nov 17 2014


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    so one can assume chinese like the Russians are giving high priority to anti stealth weapons like VHF radars

    "OLD SCHOOL warfare tech like ELECTRONIC JAMMING would still prevail over stealth weapons till there are radars"
     
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    Military parity. "The Chinese Internet there was a photo 14 serial fighters improved version of the J-10B, entered into service with the Chinese Air Force. It is reported that the number of aircraft were produced for 4.5 months. Serial production continues, new aircraft are thoroughly tested. According to some sources, was made up to a dozen pre-production prototypes.[​IMG]

    08.01.15 Первая эскадрилья истребителей J-10B ВВС НОАК – ФОТО - Военный паритет
     
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