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    This a new ultra modern Chinese design concept aircraft carrier. There are reports the 1st Chinese carrier is under construction and could enter service as early as 2015, highly doubtful though.


    China’s New Luxury Aircraft Carrier Hotel


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    An attendant tidies up a presidential suite at a luxury hotel under construction inside the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. China’s first aircraft carrier luxury hotel, occupying an area of about 6,000 square meters, has entered the stage of internal decoration and will be opened this year inside the 273 meter-long and 53 meter-wide Kiev Aircraft Carrier, which was sold to a Chinese company in 1996 and was a part of a military theme park since 2004. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    An attendant stands in the living room of a presidential suite at a luxury hotel under construction inside the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    An attendant tidies up a presidential suite at a luxury hotel under construction inside the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    An attendant cleans a toilet in a presidential suite at a luxury hotel under construction inside the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    People from the United States dressed as pirates perform next to the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    Performers dressed as pirates perform next to the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    A boy sits on a missile on the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” for a photo at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    A visitor stands under a missile launcher on the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    A visitor walks out with a bowl of instant noodles from a shop on the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” on Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    A visitor watches a wash house next to a waxwork inside the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)
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    A girl walks through a channel where a game tests the reaction of people to the dizziness inside the decommissioned former Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” at Bagua beach, on the outskirts of northern China’s Tianjin, August 16, 2011. (REUTERS / Jason Lee)

     
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    U.S. THINK TANK CLAIMED THAT THE CHINESE EQUIPMENT IN THE AIRCRAFT CARRIER CATAPULT 6 PROGRAMS

    China's development of power projection capabilities by controlling the main objectives of the Western Pacific, the protection of China's economic interests. However, China's move is also intended to deal with the United States naval forces in

    Picha zaidi bonyeza hapa
    http://www.google.com.tr/search?q=China's+New+Aircraft+Carrier&hl=tr&rlz=1C1CHJW_enTR473TR473&prmd=imvns&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=lD9yT5LiFM_ktQaZydy1DQ&ved=0CIMBELAE&biw=1280&bih=856

     
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    Shi Lang, the New Power of Chinese Military


    hii kitu ni hatari sana inaleta woga sana.


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    Military Power of China no longer be considered one eye. It happened after President Hu Jintao the country to test its mother ship the first since August 10. Aircraft carrier named Shi Lang's official inaugural voyage. The move may attract the attention of the world related to the increase of military capabilities and public shows of force in the region surrounding the panda.
    Earlier, Beijing said it has been juggling a ship owned by the former Soviet Union became the first mother ship. To curb speculation and shrink capability, Beijing said that the carrier will only be used for training and research.
    Sailing also takes place amid heightened tensions linked several maritime territorial dispute involving China. Especially, in the South China Sea are believed to be rich in oil and natural resources, and claimed some countries.
    No detailed explanation about the cruise lines. China's Defense Ministry said only that the shipping carrier will only be brief. Furthermore, Shi Lang will return to the Port of Dalian to undergo further tests and comes again.
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    Head of Kanwa Information Center, Andrei Chang, told Agence France-Presse said that the cruise was conducted to determine whether the machine works fine ship. Kanwa monitor China's military is an institution. "The trial will continue to be done within one to two years ahead," he said.
    During this time the People's Liberation Army, or PLA (AB) China is very secretive defense program. However, PLA is the largest military force in the world and supported a very large defense budget following the country's soaring economic growth.
    Earlier this year, China declared that military spending will rise 12.7 percent to 601.1 billion yuan (approximately Rp661, 2 trillion) in 2011. In January, China's military is developing stealth aircraft revealed first. Also, developing anti-ballistic missiles are even able to penetrate the defenses of naval vessels (AL) USA is the strongest.
    Growth of China's military expansion is very fast to the attention of neighboring countries. Last week Japan worried over the development of Chinese naval threat. However, Beijing has tried many times to relieve such concerns.
    Xinhua news agency said, quoting Chinese military officials, have asserted that the carrier will not carry a threat to other countries.
    "Building a strong navy along with the increasing status of China is an important step and the right choice for our country to protect the national interest," explained the official.
    "Even if China built an aircraft carrier with the ability of qualified war in the future, it will not pose a threat to any country," he continued.
     
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    Designation: CV
    Length: 992 ft
    Width: 237 ft
    Beam: 116 ft
    Displacement: 65,000 tons
    Propulsion: 8 boilers, 4 shafts
    Speed: 32 knots
    Crew: 2,500
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    Ships in class: 1The new Chinese aircraft carrier, the former Ukraine Varyag, set sail for its initial sea trials on Aug 9, 2011. She returned to port on August 14, 2011 and went into dry dock. While there she had her hull scraped and painted, received a new non-skid surface on her main deck, and may have had arrestor wires installed. She left dry dock on October 30, 2011 to return to more trials.The Chinese purchased the former Soviet carrier, Varyag, from the Ukraine in 1998 for about $20 million dollars (US). The Varyag was the newer, sister ship to the Russian Kuznetsov. But the Ukraine government had never finished the carrier after the fall of the Soviet Union and had tried to sell it to various concerns. As a result, the carrier fell into a state of disrepair. The Chinese bought the carrier and indicated that the holding company that had purchased it planned to tow it to China and make it a floating casino.
    The Chinese could not get permission from the government of Turkey to pass threough the Sraits of Istanbul until 2001, at which time the Varyag was towed to China, a cruise that the big ship, now without rudders or engines, made in surprisingly good condition passing through the Mediteranean, the Suez Canal, by the Cape of Good Hope headland, across the Indian Ocean, through the Straits of Malacca, into the China Sea and finally to Dalian, China in mid 2002. It was ultimately docked at the Naval Shipyards in Dalian where it has been under tight security ever since. The holding company, which had ties to the PLAN, has now gone out of business.
    The Varyag was undergoing significant work, although until 2010, the Chinese government did not indicate to what end. Nonetheless, the carrier, after well over two years at the shipyards, was painted in the offical PLAN combatant colors, causing a stir of speculation as to what work may have been accomplished internal to the ship over the first 2-3 years and what her future holds. In 2010 the Chinese indicated that they would make her operational where she would serve to gain experience in carrier operations for the PLAN while the Chinese build their own indegenous carriers. The chinese have indicated that they intend to build several more large carriers by 2020 and that the first two are under construction in Shanghai as of 2011.
    By summer 2011, the carrier had progressed to the point of having its sensors and close in weapons systems completely installed. By August of 2011, with initial dock side testing of lighting and engines complete, with her deck painted, and an initial helo landing performed on deck, she appeared ready to put to sea for her initial sea trials. She set sail for those sea trials on the morning of August 9, 2011. She returned to port on August 14, 2011, ending the historic event of China's first aircraft carrier putting to sea under her own power. On returning from trials, her signal flags indicated her pennant number would be "01" (though not yet painted on the vessel). This is different from most specualtion, fueld by Chinese government claims that she would be a research and training vessel, that felt she would be christened "83", the next number in line for PLAN training vessels. "01" would make her more akin to the original USS Langley (which was the US "1" carrier...and the US Navy's 1st carrier in the 1920s...and would identify her as the combat vessel most western analysts feel she will ultimately become.
    The carrier embarked on her second set of sea trials on November 29, 2011 and completed them on December 11, 2011...a two week trial this time, during which time she was caught by a US commercial satellite as she was making what looks to be either 2/3rds or standard speed. After returning, dockside in early January 2012, workers were observed installing what appears to be the finishing touches of her arresting lines and specualtion is that on her next trials she may well begin initial landing and take off tests, albeit if this will initially include the new J-15 strike fighters, or some other training type aircraft are yet to be detemrined.
    To serve in her airwing, the PLAN has developed a navalized version of the indegenous J-11B aircraft, called the J-15, which is a Chinese built version of the SU-33. The new Navalized version is modernized and upgraded over the Russian SU-33. It has, of course, the heavier landing gear, tailhook, folding wings, and other characteristics necessary for air operations aboard the carrier, but also appears to have AESA radar, newer avionics and controls, and potentially more range than the counterpart.
    In addition, the Chinese have been engaged over the last ten years in one of the most ambitious modern naval shipbuilding programs since World War II. Although they are retiring some older vessels, the shear rapidity with which they are replacing them with very efficient modern combatants is significant. These new combatants include all of the necessary vessels to create and field a major carrier battle gropup of their own. This includes a new class of AEGIS-like guided missile destoyers, the Type 052C, Lanzhou class, DDG, and a very modern, mutli-role guided missile frigate, the Type 054A, Jiangkai II Class FFG, as well as new nuclear attack submarines.
    If made operational, with a wing of indegenous J-15 aircraft, and/or carrier modified J-10 aircraft, coupled with Z-8 or Ka-31 AEW helicopters and Ka-27 ASW helos, the Varyag could represent a significant shift in the balance of naval power in the Western Pacific.
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    WHAT PLAN CV 01 WILL LOOK LIKE
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    DDG & FFG ESCORT VESSELS FOR THE PLAN CARRIER
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    Hawa jamaa wamejiandaa kweli, Now I can see the use of all the material they take from various countries in the world!! And soon will become a more super-national!!
     
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    Hawa Wachina wanatuletea Vitu vya Eletronic fake lakini wao wenyewe wanatengeza kiboko ya watu wengine. Hawa Wachina ni Watatu katika Super Power baada ya Marekani na Mrusi, anayefuatia Super Power ni Mchina. lakini siku zinavyokwenda huenda akawa huyu Mchina ni namba moja Super Power katika hii dunia yetu sio muda mrefu kuanzia sasa mkuu.
     
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    Marekani mwenyewe saizi keshaanza kubadili sera za kupeleka viwanda vyake nje sijui "Made in China by an American Company" hawaitaki tena hiyo sera kwani inaua uchumi wao. The Obama Admni. wanachofanya saizi ni kufumua sera za kujifanya polisi kila kitu ili wajenge uchumi unaomfaidisha mmarekani. Lets see where they gonna take us, maana siye ni walaji wa kila kitu! Lol!
     
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    Picha kama hizi zinanisikitisha sana hasa pale ninapoona maendeleo ya wenzetu,wakati sisi mpaka leo tunategemea kuletewa kila kitu na mtu akikamatwa anatengeneza Gobole tu basi shida,wakati ilitakiwa watu kama hao watengewe sehemu maalumu za kuendeleza vipaji vyao.Hawa wachina miaka ya 50,s wala hawakuwa na maendeleo kiasi hiki sasa sijui kwa nini wao wameweza na sisi mpaka leo tumeshindwa..??
     
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    Tatizo hawa ni wachina!......unaweza ukakuta hzo meli zkajakuwa feki!
     
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    napenda technology
     
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    Dah!haya mapicha yamenihamisha kbs,mpaka nilipomaliza kuyacheki nikawa siamin km bado nipo hapa ndani kwangu!!!!

    Jamaa wako serious kuiteka dunia kiteknologia na vitu vyao ni orijino kweli!!
    Yani hao marekani wajipange sana vinginevo wakiendelea kuendekeza mavita yasiyokua maana watajishangaa siku moja wakiomba msaada kwa wachina!!!


    Sema wafanyabishara wetu na njaa zao za kutaka faida kubwa wakienda huko wanafyatua kwa bei rahisi mavitu feki na kutuletea walala hoi!!
     
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    mzizimkavu jaribu kusoma military strenght za us na nchi nyingine ndipo utakapokuja ona kuwa wengine wapo mbali sana na usa.hawa wachina walichoonyesha hapa ni concept tu na carrier yao iliyopo ina max capacity ya kuwa na watu 2000 wakati usa wana nyingi zenye uwezo wa max capacity ya watu 6000-bado ukija kwenye swala la aviation usa yupo mbali-zaidi ya hapo usa anatumia nyuklia power ambayo anaweza kufanya mid life refueling baada ya miaka 25,hii ina maana kwamba meli zake zinakuwa limited na chakula anachobeba,kikiisha ndi anahitaji kuongeza chakula-huyu mchina anatumia former ussr carrier ambayo ni diesel powered,baada ya mwendo flan lazima aongeze mafuta-kuna mambo mengi sana ambayo usa kawazid wengine-mbaya zaid kwa sasa usa wapo kwneye unmanned aerial vehicles chini ya darpa ambapo iliyopo kwenye majaribio ya mwisho inakwenda spidi ya km 20921.5 kwa saa wakati wengine bado wapo mbali
     
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