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China reduces noise levels of nuclear submarines


The following is based on a translation of a report on a Chinese news site: A report on Chinese news site 163.com says that China has mastered the technology of soft Coupling and other vibration reduction technology (raft anti-vibration technology) for its nuclear submarines. This involves the use of sound-proofing foam material and anechoic tiles … Continue reading

China says it is now able to attack the US homeland with conventional weapons using nuclear submarines


The following is based on a translation of a report in Chinese media: War.163.com posted 15 photos of Chinese nuclear submarines in its report which stated that for the first time China is able to attack the US homeland with conventional weapons. The report was focussed on China’s use of next-generation nuclear submarines. Among the … Continue reading

China building three new Type 093G2 attack nuclear submarines


On 16 July 2013, I revealed for the first time in my article “China Developing Super Quiet and Fast Strategic Nuclear Submarines” some information about China’s nuclear submarines based on a report in a pro-Beijing Hong Kong magazine. The magazine said that China’s third generation of nuclear submarines had long been in service and gave … Continue reading

China says new strategic nuclear submarine will be able to attack anywhere in America


The following is a translation from Chinese media: The Russian Military Observation website published an article titled “China’s Nuclear Potential” on December 30, 2014. It says that China is upgrading and improving its strategic bombers, but the H-6K, the upgraded version of the H-6 bomber imported from Russia has a range of only 3,000km, and … Continue reading

China takes nuclear weapons underwater where prying eyes can’t see


China is preparing to arm its stealthiest submarines with nuclear missiles that could reach the U.S., cloaking its arsenal with the invisibility needed to retaliate in the event of an enemy strike. Fifty years after China carried out its first nuclear test, patrols by the almost impossible-to-detect JIN class submarines armed with nuclear JL–2 ballistic … Continue reading

China says type 095 nuclear submarine is better than US submarines


The following is a translation from Chinese media: According to sina.com.cn, China will adopt the following six new technologies in its type 095 attack nuclear submarines: new water injection propulsion, super strong steel, mixed single and double-hull structure, new comprehensive vibration reduction floating raft and vertical launch tube for cruise missile. The website says that … Continue reading

China says its massive navy buildup is world’s biggest


In 2013, China commissioned 2 missile destroyers, 3 missile frigates, 9 light missile frigates, 2 large auxiliary ships, 4 conventional submarines, 2 supporting warships for submarines, 1 nuclear submarine, 2 double-hull survey vessels, 1 warship for testing underwater sound equipment and 2 minesweepers, ranking the first in number in the world. Chinese media says that, according … Continue reading

China claims successful development of 4th generation nuclear submarine


China’s official media xinhuanet.com reported yesterday: Tan Zuojun, Vice Governor of Liaoning Province, mentioned Liaoning’s achievements in the past decade at a conference on cooperation among the four Northeast provinces and region being held now. He said, Liaoning “has successfully achieved domestic production of such equipment as 1,000 MW nuclear and thermal generating sets, one … Continue reading

China develops revolutionary submarine with high speed of 100 knots


In its comprehensive report, huanqiu.com says: “Reference News quotes Taiwan’s Central News Agency as reporting that Tan Zuojun, Vice Governor of Liaoning Province, has recently revealed that China has successfully completed the development of its fourth-generation nuclear submarine. It has given rise to much speculation in military circles. Some experts are of the opinion that … Continue reading

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