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North China Sea Fleet holds multi-arm joint confrontation training

(PLA Daily)

15:04, September 13, 2012

The North China Sea Fleet of the Navy of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) organized its submarines, aviation troops, surface ships and electronic confrontation troops to conduct a joint confrontation training in early September of 2012, conquering multiple highly-difficult training subjects including "combating against saturation attacks by multiway missiles" in a row.

"Nowadays, the combat system is expanding from a tree-pattern structure to a network-pattern one which turns information advantage into a lifeline of the battlefield," said a leader of the fleet.

With seizing the pre-emptive information advantage as a highlight , this joint confrontation training designed 8 confrontation waves including "fighters to intercept multiple simultaneous air-attacking targets", "aviation troops to cover surface ships for assault operation at sea", "shore-based missile force to assault maritime mobile targets", and "single ship to combat against multiple simultaneous ultra-low-altitude attacks", and carefully devised the missile shot procedures in every wave from information-acquiring to fire strikes.

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