J-10 fighter jets fly in echelon formation J-10 fighter jets fly in echelon formation

Four J-10 fighter jets attached to an aviation brigade of the air force under the PLA Southern Theater Command fly in an echelon formation in an aerial patrol mission during a recent round-the-clock combat flight training exercise.

PLA Macao Garrison conducts drill to improve combat readiness PLA Macao Garrison conducts drill to improve combat readiness

An armored infantry company from the Macao Garrison of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) conducted a drill on Tuesday to improve soldiers' combat readiness and operational capability.

Aircraft in 36-hour non-stop flight Aircraft in 36-hour non-stop flight

A Y-8 electronic jamming aircraft attached to a naval aviation division under the PLA Northern Theater Command flies over the farm lands during a 36-hour non-stop intensive flight training exercise in late November, 2019.

China, India conduct China, India conduct "Hand-in-Hand 2019" joint anti-terrorist exercise

Chinese and Indian commanders jointly review the participating troops at an opening ceremony of the eighth India-China Joint Counter-terrorism Exercise codenamed "Hand-in-Hand 2019" at Umroi Cantonment in the Meghalaya state of India on Dec. 7, 2019.

Rare documentary reveals counter-terrorism perseverance in Xinjiang Rare documentary reveals counter-terrorism perseverance in Xinjiang

China's first documentary on its overall counter-terrorism efforts in Xinjiang aired Thursday night prompted wide discussions among the audience with never-seen-before real crime scenes of terrorism.

Paratroopers dive from transport aircraft Paratroopers dive from transport aircraft

Paratroopers dive from the back of a transport aircraft over a drop zone during a recent massive airborne assault parachute training operation in the freezing conditions. They are assigned to a brigade under the PLA Air Force’s airborne troops.

Pilots manipulate fighter jets in live-fire training Pilots manipulate fighter jets in live-fire training

A pilot sitting in the cockpit manipulates his J-10 fighter jet to release missiles at a mock ground target during a live-fire flight training exercise conducted by a brigade of the air force under the PLA Southern Theater Command on November 20, 2019.

Fighter jets taxi on tarmac before takeoff Fighter jets taxi on tarmac before takeoff

Two pilots assigned to an aviation brigade of the air force under the PLA Southern Theater Command sit in the cockpit of a J-10 fighter jet awaiting takeoff during an aerial combat flight training exercise on November 28, 2019.

Pilot cadets in solo flight training course Pilot cadets in solo flight training course

A JL-9 fighter trainer attached to an aviation brigade with the PLA Air Force Xi'an Flight Academy deploys its drogue parachute to slow itself when taxing down the runway during a solo flight training exercise in late October, 2019.

Ground crews use flag signals to guide fighters Ground crews use flag signals to guide fighters

A J-10 fighter jet attached to an aviation brigade of the air force under the PLA Southern Theater Command takes off from the runway for an air combat flight training exercise on November 28, 2019.

J-10 fighter jets fly in echelon formation
PLA Macao Garrison conducts drill to improve combat readiness
Aircraft in 36-hour non-stop flight
China, India conduct
Rare documentary reveals counter-terrorism perseverance in Xinjiang
Paratroopers dive from transport aircraft
Pilots manipulate fighter jets in live-fire training
Fighter jets taxi on tarmac before takeoff
Pilot cadets in solo flight training course
Ground crews use flag signals to guide fighters
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J-10 fighter jets fly in echelon formation J-10 fighter jets fly in echelon formation

Four J-10 fighter jets attached to an aviation brigade of the air force under the PLA Southern Theater Command fly in an echelon formation in an aerial patrol mission during a recent round-the-clock combat flight training exercise.

PLA Macao Garrison conducts drill to improve combat readiness PLA Macao Garrison conducts drill to improve combat readiness

An armored infantry company from the Macao Garrison of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) conducted a drill on Tuesday to improve soldiers' combat readiness and operational capability.

Aircraft in 36-hour non-stop flight Aircraft in 36-hour non-stop flight

A Y-8 electronic jamming aircraft attached to a naval aviation division under the PLA Northern Theater Command flies over the farm lands during a 36-hour non-stop intensive flight training exercise in late November, 2019.

China, India conduct China, India conduct "Hand-in-Hand 2019" joint anti-terrorist exercise

Chinese and Indian commanders jointly review the participating troops at an opening ceremony of the eighth India-China Joint Counter-terrorism Exercise codenamed "Hand-in-Hand 2019" at Umroi Cantonment in the Meghalaya state of India on Dec. 7, 2019.

Rare documentary reveals counter-terrorism perseverance in Xinjiang Rare documentary reveals counter-terrorism perseverance in Xinjiang

China's first documentary on its overall counter-terrorism efforts in Xinjiang aired Thursday night prompted wide discussions among the audience with never-seen-before real crime scenes of terrorism.

Paratroopers dive from transport aircraft Paratroopers dive from transport aircraft

Paratroopers dive from the back of a transport aircraft over a drop zone during a recent massive airborne assault parachute training operation in the freezing conditions. They are assigned to a brigade under the PLA Air Force’s airborne troops.

Pilots manipulate fighter jets in live-fire training Pilots manipulate fighter jets in live-fire training

A pilot sitting in the cockpit manipulates his J-10 fighter jet to release missiles at a mock ground target during a live-fire flight training exercise conducted by a brigade of the air force under the PLA Southern Theater Command on November 20, 2019.

Fighter jets taxi on tarmac before takeoff Fighter jets taxi on tarmac before takeoff

Two pilots assigned to an aviation brigade of the air force under the PLA Southern Theater Command sit in the cockpit of a J-10 fighter jet awaiting takeoff during an aerial combat flight training exercise on November 28, 2019.

Pilot cadets in solo flight training course Pilot cadets in solo flight training course

A JL-9 fighter trainer attached to an aviation brigade with the PLA Air Force Xi'an Flight Academy deploys its drogue parachute to slow itself when taxing down the runway during a solo flight training exercise in late October, 2019.

Ground crews use flag signals to guide fighters Ground crews use flag signals to guide fighters

A J-10 fighter jet attached to an aviation brigade of the air force under the PLA Southern Theater Command takes off from the runway for an air combat flight training exercise on November 28, 2019.

J-10 fighter jets fly in echelon formation
PLA Macao Garrison conducts drill to improve combat readiness
Aircraft in 36-hour non-stop flight
China, India conduct
Rare documentary reveals counter-terrorism perseverance in Xinjiang
Paratroopers dive from transport aircraft
Pilots manipulate fighter jets in live-fire training
Fighter jets taxi on tarmac before takeoff
Pilot cadets in solo flight training course
Ground crews use flag signals to guide fighters
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Int'l Media on China

Baqeri: Iran, China reviewing 25-year strategic relations document
Major General Baqeri's remarks came in a meeting in Tehran with Lieutenant General Shao Yuanming, deputy chief of Joint Staff Department of China's Central Military Commission.

Int'l Militaries on China

China looks to increase defence ties with South Africa
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Why US Army so eager for reform?
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