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China claims H-18 stealth bomber is able to reach Guam with nuclear weapons


China's H-18 Stealth Bomber

China‘s H-18 Stealth Bomber

An US military photo website carries a report on China’s plan to build the H-18 stealth bomber, which is a stealth fighter-bomber instead of a strategic bomber.

The bomber is 28 to 30 metres long, much smaller than the US B-1B’s 44 meters length.

According to foreign military fans’ speculation, the H-18 has a range of 8,000 to 9,000 km and a maximum combat radius of 3,500 to 3,700 km, a speed of Mach 2 and a load of weapons of 12 to 15 tons.

It has an inside weapon cabin 8 metrs loeng for 72 100kg Leishi small precision-guided bombs or 4 Changjian-10A cruise missiles that may carry out tactical or nuclear attack at Guam.

It may also carry 4 Yingji-12 supersonic anti-ship missiles or 4 Jingji-100 super long-range anti-ship missiles to destroy an aircraft carrier.

It has adopted lots of stealth technology to become the world’s first stealth fighter-bomber and stealth supersonic bomber.

Source: huanqiu.com “Hot topic abroad: China’s H-18 stealth bomber probably able to attack Guam” (summary by Chan Kai Yee based on the report in Chinese)
 
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Author of the book "Tiananmen's Tremendous Achievements" about how with the help of Tiananmen Protests, talented scholars with moral integrity seized power in the Party and state and brought prosperity to China. The second edition of the book will be published within a few days to mark the 25th anniversary of Tiananmen Protests All the parts in the first edition remain in the second edition with a few changes due to information available later and better understanding. There are also some changes for improvements of style. The new parts are Chapters 12-19 on events in China after the first edition was published: The fierce power struggle for succession between reformists and conservatives; Xi Jinping winning all elders’ support during his mysterious disappearance for 2 weeks in early September, 2012; and Xi Jinping Cyclone.

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