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  1. cir

    cir Senior Member Senior Member

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    WRZY

    WR - Chinese phonetics for unmanned

    Z - short for “ZuoZhan”,operation or combat

    Y - short for “YanZhenJi”,demonstrator or test machine

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    The Chinese caption says it all。:thumb::thumb::cool2:
     
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    Don't confuse this programme with tens of run-of-the-mill UCAV programmes。

    :rofl:
     
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    Just a quick question,

    Do the Chinese pilots of unmanned aircraft fly the UAV from the cockpit of the unmanned aircraft? Thats a new style, an innovation indeed.
    Out here, the pilots of uav sit in ground stations and manuevre the craft.

    So how does he do it? Holding a wireless XBOX360 controller or the playstation PLAY controller?
     
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    :rofl: :rofl:
     
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    By the way,some people have obviously got hold of photos of ”LiJian“ or ”Sharp Sword“,aka Chinese ”X-47B“,so you guys are gonna soon say hello to the latest joint production from 601 and Hongdu Aircraft,maker of L-15。:cool2:
     
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    China is making rapid and solid progress on all fronts,yet a few from a certain country can only make cheap comments to soothe their injured vanity and ego。

    :rofl::rofl:
     
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    Daredevil On Vacation! Administrator

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    What is cheap comment?. You show a manned air-craft and call it unmanned. Who is the joker here?.
     
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    cjdby a fan boys paradise full of liars
     
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    Interesting to note the under-belly “nob”。

    Also interesting to note that the backseat space is completely "empty".

    "Pilot" is still in the "loop".

    By the way this is a very old pic based on an earlier prototype of the L-15.:cool2:
     
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    @cir @cinoti, both of you in jail, I have to stop trolling and become serious to get the job done.
    looks many forumer have no idea what the picture is.
    china just doing the samething as US did in 2011.
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    Simulated unmanned landing tests employ UCAS-D technology from industry, U.S. Navy collaboration - Avionics Intelligence
    Simulated unmanned landing tests employ UCAS-D technology from industry, U.S. Navy collaboration
    ANNAPOLIS, Md., 3 Aug. 2011. A U.S. Navy F/A-18D surrogate aircraft emulated an autonomous, unmanned aircraft as it performed several approaches to arrested landings on the deck of the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) on 2 July. The carrier landing test included the use of new Precision GPS and Tactical Targeting Network Technology (TTNT), which is being developed for the Navy’s Unmanned Combat Air System Carrier Demonstration (UCAS-D) Program. The Precision GPS and TTNT, intended to provide guidance and control, is being developed by an industry team working with the Navy.
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    pilots must be invovled while tesing UAV landing for safe side.
     
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    Now American are doing that
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    Chinese still lag behind, but we are catching up.
     
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    satish provides us some background on the test. Right now, the joke is on you?
     
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    You really shouldn't mock until you know what you're mocking.

    As Satish said, it could be a UAV technology testing platform same as the American F18 efforts for their UCLASS, but I suspect not.

    More like they are trying to turn L15 into a combat capable UCAV as in the Blue Fox concept that was displayed at Zhuhai 2012:

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