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China effortlessly launched dozens of Iskander analogues

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The People’s Liberation Army of China just recently conducted exercises in the massive use of its own development of tactical complexes. The maneuvers, which involved both electronic and actual missile launches, included the DF-15B, DF-11AZT complexes, as well as the latest development of the DF-16.


DF-15B is a classic OTRK, developed in the late 80-s of the last century. It carries a solid single-stage rocket with a maximum range of 600 km. The mass of the warhead is 500 kg (up to 350 CT in the case of a nuclear warhead). Circular probable deviation - up to 600 meters.

DF-11AZT is a kind of analogue of the Russian Iskander-M. In this complex, the accuracy of the hit was improved, as well as the time of its combat deployment, which is 5 minutes.

DF-16 is a heavy tactical complex with a two-stage rocket. The range of its flight may exceed 1000 km. It is assumed that the rocket QUO is just 5 meters.

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  1. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 28 March 2018 16: 23
    +7
    Apples and uncle in Kiev.
    At the parade, yes, there were a dozen tactics. And what the hell with three containers?
    "Dozens of launches" did not see.
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 28 March 2018 18: 16
      +18
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      Apples and uncle in Kiev.

      And most of all I liked this: "China playfully launched dozens of Iskander analogues. " request That is, did not puff, did not fart, did not groan, like the others ???
      1. Igar
        28 March 2018 21: 04
        0
        That is, for China to launch a couple of dozen tactical missiles at the exercises - just to spit
      2. Trol_2
        Trol_2 April 2 2018 01: 03
        +4
        Effortlessly - it meant on computers they started.
  2. konstantin68
    konstantin68 28 March 2018 17: 20
    +8
    Quote: Mavrikiy
    Apples and uncle in Kiev.
    At the parade, yes, there were a dozen tactics. And what the hell with three containers?
    "Dozens of launches" did not see.

    There it was written on them: DF-10. The Chinese, apparently writing their name on their OTRK immediately in capital letters, so that the enemy knew and did not fool his head with all kinds of crap, such as intelligence, etc. laughing
    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 29 March 2018 05: 26
      +1
      Thank you, I did not notice. This is a KR with a range of 1500 km and a warhead of 500 km, an analogue of the "ax."
  3. A. Ushakov
    A. Ushakov 29 March 2018 09: 03
    +3
    That's how the news is drained from the finger))) Someone will answer what is the difficulty of launching 10 a couple of dozen operational tactical missiles? laughing
    1. duchy
      duchy 29 March 2018 11: 33
      +5
      The hardest thing is to press the start button at the same time laughing
      1. bulvas
        bulvas 29 March 2018 14: 02
        0
        Quote: duche
        The hardest thing is to press the start button at the same time laughing


        Mass is fun for the Chinese
  4. sir_obs
    sir_obs 29 March 2018 14: 08
    +11
    And in what sense is it an analogue of Iskander?
    So far it has analogs, like not? So you can say that AvtoVAZ, effortlessly released thousands of analogues of Mercedes.
    1. SETTGF
      SETTGF 29 March 2018 14: 21
      +5
      There are currently no analogues to Iskander! A certain analogue is not an analogue ... Let the author correctly express it in Russian, otherwise many questions arise ...
  5. Igorec
    Igorec 29 March 2018 14: 41
    +1
    rather on fau
  6. Hauptmann_07
    Hauptmann_07 29 March 2018 17: 22
    +4
    Did not impress.
  7. barsik92090
    barsik92090 29 March 2018 18: 35
    0
    Quote: IGAR
    That is, for China to launch a couple of dozen tactical missiles at the exercises - just to spit
    1. barsik92090
      barsik92090 29 March 2018 18: 40
      +3
      Thus, a sense of the greatness of the nation and plans to expand the territory, ending in the failure and loss of the following "Taiwan"
  8. Abel
    Abel 29 March 2018 22: 10
    0
    Does DF16 not fall under the INF Treaty, or has China not signed it?
    1. Laughtermaster
      Laughtermaster April 1 2018 21: 55
      +2
      The bilateral treaty somehow did not provide for the presence of China. laughing
  9. Lexxtech
    Lexxtech 29 March 2018 22: 31
    +6
    Cool, an analog of Iskander with a KVO 600 ... Still probably with an unpredictable flight path. That is, whom God will send ...
  10. Alexander Skorik
    Alexander Skorik 30 March 2018 10: 06
    +2
    Outwardly, there may be a twin brother. only one brother is just a soldier, and the other is a special forces soldier, and they are sooo alike.
  11. Vasilevsky Kucherov
    Vasilevsky Kucherov 30 March 2018 16: 13
    +2
    Why are we merging our technology with China? Why do we sell our latest weapons, the same su-35s. Well, I understand if the quick-eyed would buy hundreds of planes from us. But a dozen or two?
    Though kill, I don’t understand why we dig a hole for ourselves. Sooner or later this will come to us
    1. tun5t
      tun5t 30 March 2018 16: 28
      0
      Our eyes rolled back on the rollbacks, or the order to be friends in the "lite" version
    2. Dmitry hippie
      Dmitry hippie 31 March 2018 15: 17
      +4
      When copying someone else’s equipment, you can never catch up with whom you copy, because while you copy, he will already have done something completely new ... Therefore, the Chinese get the “fifth generation fighter” J-5 with engines from Su- 20 or "analogue of Iskander" with KVO 27m. =))
      1. AID.S
        AID.S April 4 2018 01: 23
        +1
        Quote: Dmitry Hippy
        "5th generation fighter" J-20 with engines from the Su-27

        Ours is also with the same engines.
        Quote: Dmitry Hippy
        or "analogue of Iskander" with KVO 600m. =))

        This "analogue of Iskander" was created ten years earlier than the Iskander itself. Past. No.

        Quote: Dmitry Hippy
        When copying someone else’s technique, you can never catch up with the one you copy,

        Controversial statement. Japanese and Korean industry did not begin with scientific research of the corresponding academies of sciences. It just had access to the advanced technology and knowledge that China now has. It is ridiculous, for our part, not to be sure, but to simply say that China will not overtake us. Overtook. We would not be left behind.
  12. lekalpan
    lekalpan 31 March 2018 15: 23
    0
    Kaput Russia! Everyone will take to the Urals
    1. Swag
      Swag 31 March 2018 18: 30
      +1
      Let them take it from me, I'm closer than the Urals!
  13. Evgeniy1980
    Evgeniy1980 April 1 2018 01: 40
    +2
    Copy it does not develop. It's like writing off homework at school.
    Those who did this remained ignorant. So let them copy.
    She sometimes does not even know what they are copying ....
  14. Evgeniy1980
    Evgeniy1980 April 1 2018 01: 45
    +2
    I can say even more. I myself work in the industry where they develop software.
    Those complex algorithms that were developed to understand an outsider is very, very difficult.
    It’s impossible to comprehend many things without commentary and additional information.
    So how can something be developed without descriptions? The so-called "Reverse Engineering" is very unproductive and usually leads to unsatisfactory results.
    1. Laughtermaster
      Laughtermaster April 1 2018 22: 03
      0
      The Chinese have realized the impasse of this path and are trying to create something of their own, despite the fact that they initially do not have much. It is surprising that not everyone understands and continues to "write off the homework" from the liberals.
  15. nafanal
    nafanal April 1 2018 07: 17
    +1
    The same thing is exactly standing near the Votkinsk Rocket Plant.
  16. Forever so
    Forever so April 1 2018 21: 58
    0
    And I also saw a video of the Chinese launching shells from a piece of slate.
  17. Laughtermaster
    Laughtermaster April 1 2018 23: 08
    +1
    At 00:37 P-17 (scud) analogues however. laughing
  18. dm-itry
    dm-itry April 2 2018 01: 12
    +3
    When you get tired of any nonsense to write.
  19. Dmitry hippie
    Dmitry hippie April 5 2018 00: 27
    +1
    Quote: AID.S
    Ours is also with the same engines.

    Not at all! Our with AL-41F1 engines is an improved version of the engine from Su-35, generation 4 ++;
    but on the Chinese J-20 are AL-31FN - created by Russia specifically for the Chinese J-10 (Su-27) based on the AL-31F from the Su-27 ... In short, not only that from the 4th generation, yes not yet their development.

    Quote: AID.S
    This "analogue of Iskander" was created ten years earlier than the Iskander itself. Past. No.

    Well, this is to the author of the article - I did not call this thing "an analogue of Iskander" - therefore I wrote in quotation marks;)

    Quote: AID.S
    Controversial statement. Japanese and Korean industry did not begin with scientific research of the corresponding academies of sciences.

    Have begun! And they reached the world level only when they started to do their own thing.
    Quote: AID.S
    It is ridiculous, on our part, not to be sure, but to simply say that China will not overtake us. Overtook. We would not be left behind.

    We are building nuclear power plants for China, and not vice versa; engines - we supply; SAM, ATGMs and other “smart” weapons, - again, we are ... Here we are NOT selling strategic bombers to them, therefore they still have Tu-16s in service.
    Even the Chinese aircraft carriers - copies of our (very imperfect) Kuznetsov - they completed one, buying unfinished from Ukraine, the other was copied from the first =)
    The Chinese space station was recently ... an analogue of Salyut-7 =)))
    So where did they overtake us? In jeans and coffee makers?