China, Guam Killer DF-26 Launching Scene..."Warning Messages in America"

โดย: rocky [IP: 118.67.187.xxx]
เมื่อ: 2019-01-29 13:35:20
Analysts say that China's state-run media sent a warning message to the U.S. over the release of a mid-range ballistic missile that could strike U.S. bases in Guam.

According to Hong Kong's South China Morning Post (SCMP), the Chinese state-run CCTV disclosed a scene in which the People's Liberation Army launched its mid-range ballistic missile Dongfeng-26 at a training site in northern China. The Chinese Defense Ministry said in April last year that the DF-26 has been deployed to the North's People's Liberation Army's rocket force, but this is the first time that the launch has been made public.

The DF-26 is called the "Killer of Guam" because it can strike the U.S. military base in Guam with a range of 3,000 to 5741 kilometers. The DF-26 is known to be capable of striking the U.S. Navy's aircraft carrier. Considering that the DF-26 has four flight control systems, which were introduced by CCTV, the ability to hit moving targets such as aircraft has increased.서양야동

Regarding this, experts interpreted that the U.S. and China are trying to pressure the U.S. by disclosing the launch of the DF-26 amid increasing military tensions over Taiwan and the South China Sea.

"The drill sent a clear message to the U.S. that China's missile capability has improved significantly and could endanger U.S. strategic assets such as aircraft carriers and military bases," said Adam Nee, an Australian expert on China.

The U.S. Navy's Aegis destroyer USS McCampbell and the USS Walter S. Diehl sailed across the Taiwan Strait on Tuesday.This is the fourth time a U.S. Navy ship has sailed through the Taiwan Strait since July last year.

Although the United States calls the passage of the international waters of the Taiwan Strait a "normal voyage under international law," China has resisted, calling it part of Taiwan as part of China's "one-China" principle. In response, the Chinese Air Force conducted a military drill on the same day through the Basi Strait, south of Taiwan, mobilizing several military aircraft, including the H-6K strategic bomber and the KJ500 early warning aircraft.

Some predict that military pressure on Taiwan by the People's Liberation Army will be strengthened after Chinese President Xi Jinping mentioned the unification of Taiwan earlier this month. "We will do our best to achieve peaceful unification, but we will not promise to give up the use of force, and we will take all necessary measures," Xi said in his speech on the 40th anniversary of his announcement to his compatriots in Taiwan on Tuesday.


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