Quy mô của nhà chứa máy bay quân sự Trung Quốc xây ở Trường Sa

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Hình ảnh vệ tinh mới cho thấy Trung Quốc tiếp tục xây các nhà chứa máy bay đủ lớn cho bất kỳ loại chiến đấu cơ nào trên ba đá ở Trường Sa.

Ảnh chụp đá Chữ Thập từ vệ tinh ngày 3/6. Ảnh: CSIS.

Ảnh chụp đá Chữ Thập từ vệ tinh ngày 3/6. Ảnh: CSIS.

Chủ tịch Trung Quốc Tập Cận Bình trong cuộc gặp với Tổng thống Mỹ Barack Obama tại Nhà Trắng tháng 9/2015 đã trấn an Mỹ rằng “Trung Quốc không có ý định theo đuổi quân sự hóa”, ở Trường Sa.

Tiếp tục đọc “Quy mô của nhà chứa máy bay quân sự Trung Quốc xây ở Trường Sa”

Patrolling international skies: Understanding joint air patrols

In examining recent suggestions for joint patrolling of the South China Sea, analysts have tended to focus on the surface vessels of various nations’ coast guards and navies. Yet the flight of a U.S. Navy P-8A Poseidon hosting a CNN film crew over disputed waters in the South China Sea in May highlighted the potential of air power – specifically maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) – in executing the possible missions of joint patrols. To explore the potential effectiveness of South China Sea joint air patrols it is important to first be clear about the often overlooked distinctions in missions, locations, and concepts. Tiếp tục đọc “Patrolling international skies: Understanding joint air patrols”

Airpower in the South China Sea

AMTI – China is not the first, but the fifth claimant to build an airstrip in the Spratly Islands. Are all airstrips created equal? What kinds of operations does each enable? AMTI explores the role of airstrips and airpower in the South China Sea.

AIRPOWER PROJECTION

Much attention has been paid to China’s new airstrip on Fiery Cross Reef. How does this runway compare to Malaysia’s on Swallow Reef, the Philippines’ on Thitu Island, Taiwan’s on Itu Aba, or Vietnam’s on Spratly Island? Below, explore infographics on each claimant’s airstrip size and the aerial operating range each enables. Watch an exclusive interview on China’s Fiery Cross runway with RAND Senior International Defense Analyst Timothy R. Heath. View satellite images of each Spratly airstrip and read more about the types of operations that each may enable.

Ali Demo Airstrip Tiếp tục đọc “Airpower in the South China Sea”

CSIS: AMTI Brief – July 30, 2015

Tiếp tục đọc “CSIS: AMTI Brief – July 30, 2015”


Airpower in the South China Sea
China is not the first, but the fifth claimant to build an airstrip in the Spratly Islands. Are all airstrips created equal? What kinds of operations does each enable? This issue of AMTI explores the role of airstrips and airpower in the South China Sea.

Much attention has been paid to China’s new airstrip on Fiery Cross Reef. How does this runway compare to Malaysia’s on Swallow Reef, the Philippines’ on Thitu Island, Taiwan’s on Itu Aba, or Vietnam’s on Spratly Island? In this issue, explore infographics on each claimant’s airstrip size and the aerial operating range each enables. Watch an exclusive interview on China’s Fiery Cross runway with RAND Senior International Defense Analyst Timothy R. Heath. View satellite images of each Spratly airstrip and read more about the types of operations that each may enable. Read On…