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The Two Liberation Army Boom 6 Bombers Fly Over The Miyako Strait…

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The two Liberation Army Boom 6 bombers fly over the Miyako Strait
On April 18, 2018, local time, the official website of the
👆On April 18, 2018, local time, the official website of the Ministry of Defense of Japan issued a public announcement that the two People’s Liberation Army H-6 bombers overflew the Miyako Strait, and the Japanese Self-Defense Forces dispatched emergency fighters to follow up and monitor the PLA bombers.
The Ministry of Defense of Japan released the schematic
👆The Ministry of Defense of Japan released the schematic diagram of the flying route of the Liberation Army H-6 bomber.
Prior to this, the PLA bomber formation crossed the Miyako
👆Prior to this, the PLA bomber formation crossed the Miyako Strait many times.
As the line of sight turned to the East China Sea, the
👆As the line of sight turned to the East China Sea, the Japanese Ministry of Defense said that a PLA BZK-005 drone appeared in the East China Sea airspace.
Illustration of the flight path of the PLA BZK-005 drone.
👆Illustration of the flight path of the PLA BZK-005 drone.
The ever-increasing frequency of patrols by the People's
👆The ever-increasing frequency of patrols by the People’s Liberation Army has caused great security pressure on the Japanese Self-Defense Forces.
The commander of the PLA BZK-005 drone is about 10 meters
👆The commander of the PLA BZK-005 drone is about 10 meters long, with a wingspan of 20 meters and a battery life of 40 hours.
The People's Liberation Army BZK-005 drone appeared at the
👆The People’s Liberation Army BZK-005 drone appeared at the Gongga Airport in Lhasa, Tibet, China.