U.S. media advocates to revive the Cold War against China’s missile lab
data for: the PLA Second Artillery Corps in the National Day parade debut of the new DF-21C medium-range ballistic missile
to deal with the” Chinese anti-aircraft missiles, “the U.S. “Defense News” on November 1 has been advocating the need to restore the U.S. Navy during the Cold War to help develop a large number of advanced technology, Naval Research Laboratory. Superstition, their technological advantage in the post-Cold War U.S. Navy was the abolition of these large-scale laboratory. And now “for the U.S. Navy, the order out against China’s missile strategy is the only way to re-strengthen the naval power of the laboratory, they must re-recognize the importance.”
reported that the U.S. Navy began to build a lab from the system 40 years ago. They changed the U.S. Navy’s operational model, developed a range of hundreds of miles, even satellite-guided missile attack on a warship to replace the original gun, developed to track and shoot down air targets hundreds of carrier-based air defense system. 80% of the world, there has been air-launched weapons from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. But after the Cold War, “isolated situation,” the abolition of the U.S. Navy laboratory. In “9 ? 11″, the United States re-noticed role in these laboratory research, they developed a war in a short time needed equipment. But the report that, in response to “anti-intervention” tactics such as new areas, the U.S. Navy has lost the lead, only to regain and strengthen the Naval Research Laboratory is the only way to deal with, because “no one else will be able to provide our future needed technology. ” (Zhang Qi)
(“Global Times,” November 1, 2010 No. 08 version)
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