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China’s new KJ-500 aircraft to replace KJ-2000 as major AEW&C


The following is based on a translation of a report on a Chinese news site: Hong Kong media mil.ifent.com reports that in the military parade on September 3, China displayed its new AEW&C (Airborne Early Warning & Control), the KJ-500, for the first time. The article in the Talking on Weapons & War section of … Continue reading

Pakistan is sort-of happy with Chinese aircraft, bought under pressure from China


US Defence Weekly website says in its report “Pakistan Re-equips Squadron With AEW&C Planes” that China delivered in late February the last of the four ZDK-03 Karakorum Eagle AEW&C planes ordered by Pakistan. The head of Pakistan’s Air Force (PAF), Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafiq Butt, and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attended the ceremony on … Continue reading

China’s aircraft carrier has fatal weakness – vulnerable if too far away from China


The following is translated from Chinese media: China’s first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, is said to have obtained initial operational capability after its recent test of intensive taking off and landing of J-15 carrier-based aircraft. However, it has its fatal weakness: the lack of a fixed-wing airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft, as it … Continue reading

China’s AEW&C KJ-3000 air-to-surface combat aircraft


CRI Online, a key news website of China’s Central authority run by China Radio International, says in its report titled “Chinese military expert: Improved version of KJ-2000 specialised in directing air-to-surface combat,” The new type of airborne early warning & control aircraft (AEW&C) disclosed this time is called by military fans the ‘KJ-3000’. Military experts … Continue reading

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