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Radar operators on plateau

By Shi Jun and Guo Chaoying (China Military Online)

08:23, May 04, 2012

Wang Jiachao, commander of the company, is leading the Party member's commando to charge in the front. (China Military Online/Shi Jun and Guo Chaoying)

The reporters of the PLA Daily went with the ration-delivering troops of a radar station stationed in Tibet to climb to a radar post at an altitude of 5,134 meters to experience the special features of radar operators on the plateau on April 27, 2012.


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