Wednesday, June 28, 2017

China's Navy Launches A New Class Of Destroyer

Chinese Navy's new destroyer, a 10,000-tonne domestically designed and produced vessel, is launched at Jiangnan Shipyard (Group) in east China's Shanghai Municipality, June 28, 2017. The destroyer is the first of China's new generation of destroyers. It is equipped with new air defense, anti-missile, anti-ship and anti-submarine weapons. The vessel marks a milestone in improving the nation's Navy armament system and building a strong and modern Navy. (Xinhua/Wang Donghai)

Xinhuanet: China launches new destroyer

SHANGHAI, June 28 (Xinhua) -- The Navy's new destroyer, a 10,000-tonne domestically designed and produced vessel, was launched Wednesday at Jiangnan Shipyard (Group), Shanghai.

The destroyer is the first of China's new generation of destroyers. It is equipped with new air defense, anti-missile, anti-ship and anti-submarine weapons.

The vessel marks a milestone in improving the nation's Navy armament system and building a strong and modern Navy.

According to the plan, tests will be carried on the vessel, including equipment operation, berthing and sailing.

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WNU Editor: There are a lot of details on this new Chinese destroyer here .... Asia's biggest, most advanced warship finally launches as China strengthens naval presence (South China Morning Post)

More News On The Chinese Navy Launching A New Class Of Destroyer

China launches new class of naval destroyer -- Reuters
China's navy launches latest-generation destroyer -- FOX News/AP
China launches new class of naval destroyer -- NYDaily News
Indian Navy Outgunned As China Launches Its Biggest Destroyer -- NDTV
Chinese Navy's New Destroyer Shows Expanding Military Power, Indigenously Built -- International Business Times
South China Sea: Chinese Military Unveils First of 18 'New Generation' Warships -- Newsweek
China launches Asia's biggest post-WWII warship -- Popular Science
China destroyers ‘match’ US counterparts -- Global Times

2 comments:

Fusion said...

Seem's like the Chinese built these things fast, or I only hear about them once they are completed. lol.

Unknown said...

Good luck with the destroying part and I hope they have at least 50 electricians on board.