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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #165 em: Janeiro 14, 2020, 07:05:36 am »
PLAN Type 055 Guided Missile Destroyer Nanchang DDG-101.



13.000 toneladas..... :o
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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #166 em: Janeiro 14, 2020, 01:24:46 pm »
É mais um Cruzador que um Destroyer.  ::)
E vejam o número de VLS que o bicho tem.  :o
 

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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #167 em: Janeiro 15, 2020, 10:13:04 am »
É mais um Cruzador que um Destroyer.  ::)
E vejam o número de VLS que o bicho tem.  :o

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The principal armament of the Type 055 class centres around its vertical launch system (VLS), which comprises 64 cells forward of the bridge and 48 cells forward of the hangar. The VLS adopts the same universal silos for the missiles as the Type 052D-class destroyers and can launch HHQ-9 surface-to air-missiles, YJ-18 anti-ship missiles, Yu-8 torpedo carrying anti-submarine missiles and CJ-10 land-attack cruise missiles.
https://www.janes.com/article/93656/chinese-navy-s-first-type-055-class-destroyer-enters-service
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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #168 em: Janeiro 21, 2020, 10:04:06 am »
Chinese Type 052D destroyer fitted with possible anti-ship missile decoy launchers

Andrew Tate, London - Jane's Defence Weekly
20 January 2020



A view of the stern of PLAN Type 052D destroyer Yinchuan. The warship has been fitted with what appears to be an anti-ship missile countermeasures system. Source: Via eng.chinamil.com.cn

Images have emerged of a Chinese Type 052D (Luyang III)-class destroyer fitted with what appears to be an anti-ship missile countermeasures system.

The photographs, which were taken during the nine-day 'Sea Guardian 2020' maritime exercise between the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) and the Pakistan Navy (PN), show that the destroyer Yinchuan (pennant number 175) has been modified, with a pair of tubes installed on each side of the hangar roof, which appear to be roughly 500 mm in diameter and perhaps 2 m in length.

The system is similar in appearance to the US Navy's (USN's) Mk 59 decoy launch system, which can deploy an expendable inflatable decoy designed to seduce an incoming anti-ship missile. The Mk 59 was first fitted to Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ramage in late 2013.

The joint 'Sea Guardian 2020' exercise, which ended on 14 January, involved four PLAN surface vessels, two PN frigates and two missile boats, together with embarked helicopters and a total of about 120 marines.

The exercise was held in two parts, with shore-side briefings followed by a 72-hour phase at sea.

At the outset of the exercise the PLA-sponsored ChinaMil.com.cn website commented that the exercise was aimed at "enhancing the capabilities of the two navies to jointly cope with maritime terrorism and crime", adding that the manoeuvres had "nothing to do with the regional situation" and were not targeted at any third party.

It also reported that during the concluding debrief Senior Captain Ye Dan, commander of the Chinese naval fleet, had commented that "the first actual troop submarine rescue exercise at sea greatly improved the emergency underwater rescue capabilities of the two navies".

https://www.janes.com/article/93809/chinese-type-052d-destroyer-fitted-with-possible-anti-ship-missile-decoy-launchers
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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #169 em: Fevereiro 13, 2020, 01:15:56 pm »
Naval
As China expands navy, US begins stockpiling ship-killing missiles

By: David B. Larter    1 day ago


A rendering of Lockheed Martin's Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile. (Courtesy of Lockheed Martin)

WASHINGTON – The stunning growth of the Chinese fleet over the past decade has prompted the U.S. Navy to plan a full-on buying spree of ship-killing missiles over the next five years, according to projections in the sea service’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget documents.

In his opening remarks before rolling out the Navy’s new spending request, the service’s budget director pointed directly at China’s expanding naval force as aiding U.S. budget priorities.

“China has grown their battle fleet to about 335 surface ships, and that’s occurred over the last 10 years as they’ve shifted from a build-up of their homeland defense forces and moved to the sea in an expansionist role around the globe,” Rear Adm. Randy Crites said.

“As we look to the future of even greater global trade and greater unpredictability, American naval power has never been more important.”

The Navy’s proposed 2021 budget calls for buying 850 missiles between the years 2020 and 2021 with the sole function of seeking and destroying enemy ships at range.

The anti-ship missile buying binge comes as experts project the People’s Liberation Army Navy’s fleet will balloon to as many as 420 vessels by 2035. By comparison, the 2016 budget request contained just 88 sole-purpose anti-ship missiles to be procured across a five-year plan.

And while shipbuilding might have faltered in 2021, the Navy’s budget for weapons procurement of all kinds increased by $800 million over 2020′s $4.1 billion request.

The proposed 2021 weapons procurement budget rose $1.7 billion over the 2016 request just five years ago.

The funds could be used to buy Lockheed Martin’s F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet-launched Long-Range Anti-Surface Missile, developed jointly with the Defense Research Projects Agency.

It incorporates target recognition, some level of autonomous routing and extended range for killing enemy ships at a significant standoff. The unclassified range is more than 200 nautical miles.

The Navy’s 2017 budget submission bought 10 LRASMs, and projected buying 25 per year until 2020, for a total purchase of 85 missiles. Today, the inventory (including 2020’s request for 17 LRASMs) stands at about 99 missiles.

By requesting to boost its stealthy missile inventory by 48 weapons, the Navy’s inventory will increase 50 percent, with plans to order 48 annually for the next four years, according to the service’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget documents.

All told, the Navy wants to acquire 210 of the missiles between 2020 and 2025.


An image of the Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile. (Courtesy of Lockheed Martin)

And that’s not the only missile the Navy is eyeing for 2021.

The Navy wants to continue upgrading Raytheon’s Tomahawk missile into a “Maritime Strike Tomahawk,” which incorporates a seeker and some level of target discrimination so it can shift midair to hit a moving target.

https://www.defensenews.com/naval/2020/02/11/as-china-continues-rapid-naval-expansion-the-us-navy-begins-stockpiling-ship-killing-missiles/


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