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China To Launch Most Advanced Third Aircraft Carrier – But All Eyes Are On World’s First AI-Powered Drone Carrier

China’s third aircraft carrier was supposed to be launched on April 23 to mark this year’s People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) Day. However, it was delayed by over two months due to the Covid-19 outbreak in Shanghai. Larger than the previous two carriers, the third aircraft carrier – Type 003 – subsequently projected to be […]

... written on Jun 07 2022

China Lectures Australia After Complains Chinese Jet Harassed Its Spy Plane – Dumping “Chaff” Which Sucked Into Engine

After complaints from the Canadian Air Force, now Australia has similarly complained how a pilot of Chinese fighter jet carrying out a dangerous manoeuvre near one of its spy aircraft over the South China Sea. Only this time, the Chinese pilot did not show his middle finger. But it was dangerous enough for Australia to […]

... written on Jun 05 2022

Canada Air Force Complains “Unprofessional” Chinese Pilots Harassing Its Spy Plane – Sometimes Show “Middle Fingers”

Not many realize that Royal Canadian Air Force regularly patrols near North Korea as part of UN Security Council  sanctions against Pyongyang. Like pilots from the U.S., U.K., Japan, Germany, France, Australia and New Zealand, the Canadian air force is involved in missions to detect violations of sanctions such as transfer of banned goods to […]

... written on Jun 02 2022

Some Of $3.4 Billion Weapons Sent To Ukraine Will End Up In Black Market – Others May Come Back To Haunt U.S. & Europe

President Biden has decided to send yet another round of military weapon package worth a staggering US$800 million to Ukraine. Since Russia’s invasion two months ago, the United States has splashed US$3.4 billion in weapons. In fact, the latest military aid is the eighth installment, and we haven’t talked about similar assistance from the European […]

... written on Apr 24 2022

After F-35C Stealth Fighter Jet Crash, The U.S. Most Advanced Jets Seem To Be “Rusting” On Board Aircraft Carrier

About a week since the U.S. Navy embarrassingly lost an F-35C Lighting II Joint Strike Fighter in the South China Sea, all the efforts to recover the jet is still ongoing. The most advanced jet, which crashed into the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson on January 24 and then fell into the water, […]

... written on Feb 02 2022

China Is Leading The 4th Industrial Revolution Race – And The U.S. Would Be In Trouble If Doesn’t Catch Up

XAG (formerly known as XAircraft), a Guangzhou-based manufacturer of agricultural drones, is sending robots and drones to rice, wheat and cotton fields to do something unimaginable by aging farmers – automating seeding, pesticide spraying and weather monitoring. Last month, it launched V40 and P40 Agricultural Drone that can conduct mapping, spraying, and broadcast on the […]

... written on Dec 15 2021

China’s 3rd Aircraft Carrier About To Be Launched – The Country’s First High-Tech Carrier That Could Threaten The U.S.

Satellite images released by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a US-based think tank, show that the construction of China’s third aircraft carrier is almost completed. It is estimated that the carrier – Type 003 – will be ready in 3 to 6 months. The images reveal that the installation of the carrier’s […]

... written on Nov 11 2021

Warning To The U.S. And Taiwan – Here’s Why China Sent Record 56 Warplanes Into Taiwan, Raising Fears Of War

For more than a year, China has been sending military aircraft – fighter jets, bombers and anti-submarine aircraft – into Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ). Initially, it started with just a handful of warplanes and slowly increased to a dozen. But over the last few days, the number of military planes sent has definitely […]

... written on Oct 05 2021

China Unveils Military Drone That Can Fly For Almost 24 Hours & Other Military Tech Including Moon Rocket

A military drone that can cruise for 20 hours at 15,000 metres (50,000 feet) was among some missiles, warplanes and military technology shown in public at China’s biggest air show – Airshow China 2021 – on Tuesday in Zhuhai. The developer, Aerospace CH UAV Co., described the CH-6 drone as high performance, reliable, ease to […]

... written on Sep 30 2021

US$2 Trillion Up In Smoke – U.S. Lost Another War In Afghanistan, And Left Behind Billions Worth Of Weapons & Equipments

Since 2001, the United States has spent US$2.26 trillion in Afghanistan, according to Brown University’s calculations in its “Costs of War Project”. Nearly US$1 trillion – the biggest chunk – was spent on Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) budget. Basically, OCO was special funding created after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 for overseas war […]

... written on Aug 21 2021









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