Friday, August 30, 2019

China To Showcase It's New Weapons In Beijing Parade On October 1

Asia Times: China to showcase new weapons at Beijing parade

Equipment likely to include the DF-41 mobile ballistic missile and the JL-2 sub-launched ballistic missile

China will showcase some domestically produced, advanced military equipment at an upcoming parade, authorities announced Thursday.

The parade, to be held Oct. 1 in the capital Beijing, will commemorate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China following the communist victory of nationalist forces in 1949, Defense News reported.

According to Chinese state news agency Xinhua, the parade will be bigger than those that commemorated the 50th and 60th founding anniversaries, as well as the military parade in 2015 that commemorated the Allied defeat of imperial Japan in 1945.

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More News On China Showcasing Its Newest Weapons On October 1

Military parade to demonstrate China’s rising capability -- Global Times
China to hold largest military parade in two decades to celebrate 70th anniversary of PRC's founding -- Global Times
China unveils plan for huge anniversary military parade -- AFP
Here are the advanced weapons we might see at China’s military parade -- Defense News


Jb said...

Only the devils cares

RussInSoCal said...

In the past - in the lead up to these parades - the Chinese gov’t has prohibited all use of automobiles, buses and mopeds in the city. So when the parade is held all the outside world sees is pristine clear skies. Not the smog-choked atmosphere that is the norm for Beijing.

Anonymous said...

I've seen it first hand. Was there on the ground. When the factories are turned back on you see immediately the smug coming back, like a wall creeping towards you. It's insane to watch