Monday, February 29, 2016

Troops from 20 countries prepared for largest military drill

The ARAB WORLD had arrange the First Joint Military Offensive Operation: The formula for this offensive operation are: 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months preparation. Only the USA force can arrange troop ,its logistic, medical team, survey team,civil affairs, spy agent.... at faster manner in the world within only 3 months time. Saudi Arabia may spent at least 2 years? for calling those 20 states in place. 


Saudi Gazette report
 Riyadh — Troops have started arriving for the largest and most important military maneuver in the history of the region called “Ra’ad Al-Shamal” (North Thunder). The military drill will be carried out at King Khaled Military City in Hafr Al-Batin, northern Kingdom.
Some 20 Arab, Islamic and friendly countries, in addition to the Peninsula Shield Force, are taking part in the exercise. The countries are:

  1. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,
  2. United Arab Emirates,
  3. Jordan,
  4.  Bahrain,
  5.  Senegal,
  6.  Sudan,
  7.  Kuwait,
  8.  Maldives,
  9.  Morocco,
  10.  Pakistan,
  11.  Chad,
  12.  Tunisia,
  13.  Comoros,
  14.  Djibouti,
  15.  Oman,
  16.  Qatar,
  17.  Malaysia,
  18.  Egypt,
  19.  Mauritania,and
  20.  Mauritius, in addition to the Peninsula Shield force.
 The exercise aims to enhance fighting abilities, increase coordination between countries participating in the exercise and facilitate the exchange of information and experience, Brig. Gen. Ahmed Al-Asiri, adviser at the office of minister of defense, was quoted as saying last week.

Friday, February 26, 2016

CHINA: ANTI STEALTH FIGHTER RADAR

CHINA had released secret information of their radar battalion 's capacity of which can detect and tract the US stealth fighters.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

ASEAN DEFENSE BUDGET REVIEW

JAKARTA, Feb. 23 (Xinhua) — Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Tuesday said that he sought to increase the country’s defense budget in an effort to support facilities at the country’s military. Joko said that Indonesian government would raise the allocation for defense and security to at least 250 trillion rupiah (about 18.717 billion U.S. dollars), or 1.5 percent of the country’s GDP, in three years. The president added that the hike could be achieved if the country’s economy, which is the largest in Southeast Asia, increased 6 percent. “Going forward, professionalized armed forces must be boosted by the development of weaponry,” Joko said at the State Palace. Indonesia’s economy picked up to 5.04 percent at the final quarter of last year from 4.79 percent at the previous three months ended September amid the country’s massive efforts to boost investment climate. Former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono previously said that Indonesia planned to step up its weaponry at the level which he called “the essential level,” as the country had been long not to modernize weaponry. However, President Jokowi insisted to use more domestically manufactured weaponry in part to boost the competitiveness of the country’s weaponry industry. Terrorism, transnational crime and insurgency are among the main challenges being faced by the Indonesian military.

This is the defense budget among ASEAN member in USD millions dollar.


Saturday, February 20, 2016

Cambodia-China Joint Navy Exercise

Cambodia and over 700 China soldiers will undertake their first-ever joint naval exercise  by Monday 22, February 2016 in Kompong Som, Cambodia where is middle point for India Ocean and South China  Sea. India Navy not only operate in India coverage area but also did patrol in South China Sea that makes military tension in the geo-military theater. Japan, the former invader in year 1940, had conduct navy exercise in the same area in Cambodia last couple days ago. Cambodia now consider as "interest point" for US, India, China in troop installation.


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Friday, February 19, 2016

China's Marine Corps

Expert: Marine Corps' overall combat capability needs to be enhanced
Source: China Military OnlineEditor: Zhang Tao
2016-01-26 17:260

BEIJING, January 26 (ChinaMil) -- Adm. Wu Shengli and Adm. Miao Hua, respectively commander and political commissar of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy, observed the realistic confrontation exercises of the Marine Corps in the Gobi desert of Xinjiang on January 23.

This is the first time for the PLA Navy's top leaders to observe and instruct military exercises on the spot in 2016 according to public report, and the third time that Wu Shengli observed the cross-region exercises of the Marine Corps.

Zhang Junshe, associate researcher from the Military Academic Research Institute of the PLA Navy, said on January 25 that China's Marine Corps has large room for progress and will enhance its overall combat capability in the future.

It is reported that on January 22 and 23, the Marine Corps carried out live fire verification exercise, the confrontation exercise and the counter-terrorism drill involving special operations regiment in the Gobi desert for the first time. This is the fourth cross-region exercise of the Marine Corps since March 2014 and Wu Shengli has observed and instructed three of them, indicating the great importance he attaches to the Marine Corps.

"With a vast territory, China is faced with complicated surrounding situations, diversified threats and challenges, and volatile conditions. As we have expanded our national security interests and overseas interests, realistic war threats not only exist in the surrounding waters, but may also appear in more directions, remoter areas and vaster space", according to Zhang Junshe.

Therefore, Zhang stressed, "the Chinese Marine Corps has to be well trained in amphibious attack and carry out realistic trainings in high-elevation and cold areas, mountains, forests and Gobi desert, so as to adapt to different tasks and requirements under all kinds of circumstances."

The U.S. has the world's largest and strongest Marine Corps with nearly 200,000 troops, with three Marine Divisions as the ground combat force and close to 400 planes in the aviation force, including helicopters and F/A-18 and F-35 warplanes.

The U.S. has also deployed amphibious combat troops in all major theaters around the world, and has formed three ground expeditionary forces based on the three Marine Divisions, two deployed in the Pacific Ocean and one in the Atlantic Ocean.

Unlike the American Marine Corps that's focused on strike, Chinese Marine Corps' main mission is defensive combat. Although it is quite strong in the world, it still lags behind the American counterpart.

According to Zhang Junshe, "China's Marine Corps is much smaller than the U.S. counterpart in size. It lacks fixed-wing warplanes and the aviation force is too small. Moreover, China is weak in amphibious and long-distance power projection, and the PLA Navy lags far behind the American Navy that has about 30 large amphibious warfare ships."

Speaking of the Marine Corps development, Zhang Junshe believed the priority is to enhance its capability of amphibious landing operations and full-spectrum combat. Second, it should hone the ocean-going operation capability, with Chinese Marine Corps' participation in the Gulf of Aden escort missions and overseas Chinese evacuation operations being excellent practices.

In terms of equipment, the main battle equipment of the Marine Corps has to be further improved, including upgrading the tank performance and reinforcing aviation strike and transportation forces.

Moreover, large amphibious warfare ships with greater cruising ability, larger tonnage and higher speed shall be developed that can deliver Marines for combat operations quickly and improve their capability in amphibious landing operations, full-spectrum combat, and implementing diversified tasks.

The author is Guo Yuandan, reporter from the Global times. The opinions expressed here are those of the writer and don't represent views of the China Military Online website.


Thursday, February 18, 2016

CHINA SEND MISSILE TO WOODY ISLAND

It is confirmed that China had already deploy 3 SAM batteries into Woody Island.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Obama Signs Sanction for North Korea

Sanction is penalty in short. The more penalty, the more "angry" of North Korea. North Korean leaders will not met "hungry" forever. The world leader must learn from lesson of last 50 years at West and East of Germany, where only "dollarization" can win over communism world.




US stealth jets(F 22) fly over S. Korea amid N. Korea

Fours of US F-22 fighters based on OSAN airbase had flied over South Korea to demonstrate ready force, to make South Korean confident in mind.




Tuesday, February 16, 2016

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Monday, February 15, 2016

North Korea: KIM ORDERS MORE ROCKET LAUNCHES

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has praised scientists involved in the country's recent rocket launch that he said struck a "telling blow" to enemies and ordered them to press ahead with more launches, state media reported Monday.

US-ASEAN summit seeks to counter China's growth

Nothing far beyond the counter China 's influence to ASEAN member states, it referred to US ASEAN summit 2016, analyst said.