Jane’s Indonesia to China to visit the exhibition or purchase of cruise missile system — Sichuan ch kaya scodelario

Jane’s: Indonesia to China to visit the exhibition or purchase of cruise missile system — Sichuan channel — people.com.cn original title: Indonesia’s visit to China Cruise Missile display or purchase the system according to the British "Jane’s Defence Weekly" website reported on October 12th, the Indonesian military announced in October 10th, to China senior military representative day before, watching by rocket WS-43 tour missile firing demonstration. Attend the presentation will include the Indonesian army artillery regiment training and Training Supervisor Sutter Nobel and brigadier Rio ude? Artillery division management and R & D Supervisor loolie Colonel Chandra Jani?. Reported that the WS-43 system is developed by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, and debuted at the 2014 Zhuhai airshow. From the Zhuhai airshow information shows that the maximum load of the system is 20 kg, the longest flight distance of 60 km, the longest in hit the target before the cruise time is 30 minutes. WS-43 cruise missile flight guidance on inertial navigation system and global positioning system combined, and rely on the infrared imaging terminal guidance. The weapon can track and hit moving and stationary targets. Reported that the WS-43 cruise missile firing demonstration was carried out in September 26th. Previously, China Aerospace long march international trade limited company representatives have arrived in the Indonesian province of West Java cimahi, held on the loitering munitions system briefing, including WS-43 cruise missile. The briefing was held in August 15th, and Mandy, a global defense company in Indonesia, CO hosted the meeting. Reported that it is unclear whether Chinese people’s Liberation Army equipped with WS-43 cruise missile, and it is not clear if the Indonesian military submitted to the Ministry of defence on the list of requirements of cruise missile system has special requirements. However, the Indonesian house of defense, intelligence and Foreign Affairs Committee has approved a total of $45 million in funding for the procurement of missile systems for the Indonesian military, according to the foreign defense credit program. The funds will be allocated from 2015 to 2019. (: Luo Yu, commissioning editor Gao Hongxia)相关的主题文章: