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    The Reason Why America's F-35 Would Crush China's J-20 Stealth Fighter in Battle
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    The United States Air Force would maintain an “asymmetric” advantage over potential adversaries in the Western Pacific even after the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force inducts the Chengdu J-20 stealth fighter into operational service. That’s the contention of the service’s top uniformed officer—who was asked about the potential geopolitical implications of the introduction of the new Chinese warplane.

    “When we apply fifth-generation technology, it’s no longer about a platform, it’s about a family of systems,” Air Force chief of staff Gen. David Goldfein told reporters at the Pentagon on Aug. 10. “It’s about a network and that’s what gives us an asymmetrical advantage, so that why when I hear about an F-35 versus a J-20, it’s almost an irrelevant question.”

    Indeed, as Goldfein noted, the Air Force will likely to continue its focus on a family of systems approach where networking and the sharing of data are key instead of fixating on the performance of individual platforms. A direct comparison of the Lockheed Martin F-35 and the J-20—in Goldfein’s view—would harken back to the his days of flying the Lockheed Martin F-117A Nighthawk stealth fighter—which was almost entirely cut off from outside contact when buttoned down to penetrate enemy airspace. “You’ll see us focusing far more on the family of systems and how we connect them together and far less on individual platforms,” Goldfein said.

    While Goldfein used the Nighthawk as a comparison—he probably did not intend to suggest that the J-20’s systems are quite as basic as the 1980s-era F-117. While accurate information about the J-20 is scarce, there are indications that the Chinese aircraft is equipped with a phased array radar, a robust electronic warfare systems and an electro-optical/infrared sensor that is similar in concept to the F-35’s systems. However, while it is possible that the Chinese aircraft might have decent sensors—Air Force officials have suggested that the J-20 lacks the “sensor fusion” and networking to be as effective as the F-22 or F-35.

    One area that the Chinese are almost certainly lacking is what Air Combat Command commander Gen. Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle once described to me as “spike management.” Fifth-generation aircraft such as the F-22 and F-35 have cockpit displays that indicate to the pilot the various angles and ranges from which their aircraft can be detected and tracked by various enemy radars. The pilots use that information to evade the enemy by making sure to avoid zones where they could be detected and engaged. It is a technology that took decades for the United States to master—through a lot of trial and error.

    Meanwhile, at the same press conference, Air Force secretary Deborah Lee James decried the possibility of facing another year where the Congress fails to pass a budget. Even if Congress passes a full year continuing resolution (CR)—which maintains the previous year’s spending levels—it would massively disrupt the Air Force’s procurement efforts because the service would not be able to award new start program contracts. “We certainly hope that won’t be the case, we know the Congressional staffs are working very hard even while their members are back home this summer, but we are hearing that either a six-month CR or one-year CR is at least a possibility,” James said.

    Indeed, Congressional sources are not optimistic about the prospects for a new budget in the fall. Thus, the Pentagon faces additional budget turbulence even as it grapples with a readiness crisis.

    Dave Majumdar is the defense editor for The National Interest. You can follow him on Twitter: @davemajumdar.

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    Lol! And the Porks fall over each other praising the Chinese as their brothers with bonds deeper than the oceans and next only to Allah!! Morons!
     
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    Why Chinese J-10 fighter jet is falling out of Sky Published December 29, 2015 SOURCE: IDRW NEWS NETWORK (INN) According to the Chinese Ministry of National Defence (MND) website Twin seater J-10SH belonging to PLAN’s East Sea Fleet crashed during a night training flight on 17 December with both Pilots carrying out successful ejection from the ill-fated aircraft.

    Crash occurred in Zeguo town, Taizhou city, near Zhejiang Province and it is a third confirmed crash of the Chinese J-10 fighter jet this year while unconfirmed reports put a figure of 4 crashes in 2015 alone.

    J-10 after its induction from 2005 onwards had recorded 9 crashes with 2015 begin the worst year with more than 3 confirmed crashes and one reported a crash in 2014, one in 2010, two in 2009 and one each in 2007 and 2005.

    Buzz in Chinese media has been that many of the crashes have been related to flameout or mid-air failure of Russian-supplied AL-31FN engines which also powers Chinese Sukhoi-30MKK and Indian Sukhoi-30MKI fighter jets. According to Chinese Experts, AL-31FN engines suffers from material and technological flaws which are causing engine cut-off leading to rising crashes of J-10 fighter jets in PLA Air Force lately.

    Chinese developed WS-10 engines are reported been installed on J-10A and J-10B fighters but due to their technical problems and unreliability Russian-supplied AL-31FN have been used in nearly 400 J-10 variants manufactured by China. Retired Chinese Defence officials speaking to State-owned CCTV News said that J-10 fighter’s engine has to endure larger load and pressure than those for Su-27 fighters, so failures of the engine are more often for J-10 fighters.

    Few of the retired Chinese Defence officials have termed AL-31FN has not a very stable engine to be used from Single-engined fighter jets operational like J-10. Russians too have not been approached to improve its safety features for single engine jet operation since it was considered reliable engine due to its operational history with Twin engined Sukhoi Flanker series.

    idrw.org . Read more at India No 1 Defence News Website , Kindly don't paste our work in other websites

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    http://www.china.org.cn/china/2011-12/20/content_24203290.htm


    Police have arrested 52 suspects who allegedly produced and sold cooking oil recycled from the waste in Jiangxi province, local public security department announced Tuesday.



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    Since 2010, more than 2,000 tonnes of "crude gutter oil," made from leftover dredged from gutters behind restaurants, were produced by an oil recycling firm in the county of Nanchang, according to police.

    Most of the oil was then bought and refined by a Guangdong-based feed-processing company, police said.

    The refined "cooking oil" was sold to regional wholesale companies and further distributed to markets and restaurants after being mixed with quality cooking oil and labelled with unregistered trademarks, according to the police.

    Police said a total value of 10 million yuan (1.58 million U.S. dollars)was involved in the case.

    A further investigation is being conducted.

    The case is another crackdown on gutter-oil-producing network that conducts cross-provincial operations.

    China launched a nationwide food safety campaign in August, and started to curb the illegal practice of making and selling "gutter oil."

    By the end of November, more than 700 suspects had been detained in 128 cases in 28 provinces and municipalities, according to a statement from the Ministry of Public Security issued a week ago.
     
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    Beware of cooking oil from China
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    BEIJING - Some supposedly edible cooking oil on store shelves in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei province is being produced from so-called gutter oil and swill-cooked oil, Chinese media have reported. Swill-cooked oil is waste animal oil and oil that has been used several times - usually by restaurants - for frying.



    According to Beijing Times, some producers of the illegal cooking oil that is made from the gutter oil and swill-cooked oil are processing nearly 100 tons of their substandard and possibly dangerous oil each day. Their advanced refining equipment and production techniques make it difficult for buyers to tell which oil is produced properly and which is really processed garbage.



    The newspaper said the oil produced out of swill-cooked oil flows to food processing businesses and into wholesale markets through illegal channels and even onto supermarket shelves.



    An insider told the paper that the raw materials for the illegal oil include swill, oil that has been repeatedly fried, leftover pieces of pork from slaughterhouses and poultry fat. The oil is then blended and bleached.



    Statistics from the capital's management agency in charge of the city's appearance said some 1,750 tons of food waste is produced in the city every day and kitchens produce 60 tons of waste oil daily. The agency said the city can only properly process 600 tons of food waste each day.



    The person in charge of an illegal cooking oil plant in Tianjin said his factory processes more than 30 tons daily and he said several other local factories have similar capacities.



    Industry insiders said the main equipment needed is large cans and boilers, which are connected with pipes. The oil becomes clear when refined and filtered and is then packaged as cooking oil.



    According to the paper, reporters saw cylindrical cans that were 10 meters tall and 3 meters wide in illegal cooking oil plants in Tianjin and Xingtai city, Hebei, producing oil that was brighter than tea after impurities were removed with calcium bicarbonate and acidity neutralized with alkali.



    Reporters from the newspaper sent samples of the "recycled" oil from several illegal plants in Tianjin and Hebei to the China National Food Safety Supervision and Inspection Center, and two bottles of the samples unexpectedly met the standards of the general indicators of edible vegetable oil and animal oil.



    Wang Ruiyuan, vice-chairman of the oil branch of the Chinese Association of Cereals and Oils, said no effective way to detect illegal cooking oil has been found to date.
     
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    Inferior Chinese Armor


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    one day chinese sell special gutter potty to chinese people and greatest friend porkiland..

    or may be they selling who knows :)
     
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    China is Exporting Human Meat to African Supermarkets


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    Chinese officials and meat industry is under heat after reports that the country has been marinating human cadavers, putting them in cans and then selling them in African supermarkets.

    China have been processing human meat. The grisly images of human meat being processed, went viral on social media.

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    The post was picked up by Zambia’s Daily Post, among others, which published a report saying: “One cannot deny the possibilities (sic) of this being true since we all know that the Asians are among the largest population in the entire world.

    “Since China is so overpopulated to a point where there is no space to spit, what do they do with the dead bodies of the Chinese? Well the answer might be that they are shipping the bodies to Africa in the form of canned meat, and they make a profit during the process.”

    Yang Youming, China’s ambassador to Zambia, released a statement saying: “Chinese using human meat to make corned beef and selling it to Africa. This is completely strange but not shocking” he said in a statement.

    “The government of Zambia will make sure that relevant government authorities will take up the investigations and give a comprehensive statement,” he said.

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    It looks almost exactly like a sukhoi. I'm pretty sure they tried to reverse engineer a sukhoi but didn't quite succeed.
     
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    there is pretty strong competition for year end bonus of Strategic Fooyou Agency:eek1:
     
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    China's Poverty Lie



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    Chinese Leaders Fear Military Revolt

     
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    China's Killer Corruption Problem

     
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