Photos of Launchs of YJ-62, HQ-9 Missile by Xisha (Paracel) Garrison


Launch of YJ-62 missile in military drill in South China Sea

Launch of YJ-62 missile in military drill in South China Sea

Launch of YJ-62 missile in military drill in South China Sea

Launch of YJ-62 missile in military drill in South China Sea

Launch of HQ-9 missile in military drill in South China Sea

Launch of HQ-9 missile in military drill in South China Sea

CCTV shows footage of the launches of YJ-62 anti-ship and HQ-9 air defence missiles by garrisons on Xisha (Paracel) and Nansha (Spratly) Islands in their military drills. The above photos are taken from the footage.

Source: mil.huanqiu.com “Disclosure of Launch of YJ-62 Missile by Xisha (Paracel) Garrison” (summary by Chan Kai Yee based on the report in Chinese)

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One Comment on “Photos of Launchs of YJ-62, HQ-9 Missile by Xisha (Paracel) Garrison”

  1. Joseph says:

    Well, it’s about time. The provocations by the American must be addressed in the way the American could understand. Now the American know the stake more, a simple stray bullet, or in this case missile, could cause unwanted crisis, or even embarrassment for them. My time with the American taught me well that if we give them the slightest impression of intention to avoid trouble, they would consider it as being afraid and they would come back at us bolder as easy picking. If we take a stand, it may get ugly as it is the least they expect from a China man and back off is an embarrassment, but they would not get back at you to avoid potential conflict or further embarrassment. Of course my view was never popular compared to classic ‘maintaining a good image toward American’ prefered by many Asian and just swallow the bullying.
    I see that China as a nation understood this point of view. It shows that they know the American more than the American know them. Really a good implementation of Sun-Tzu strategy of ‘know your enemy and you will win all wars’.

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