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The Chinese military is apparently working on a solution to the identification problem, and has proposed building a targeting network around the high-flying Divine Eagle sensor drone. A Divine Eagle could pass targeting data to a VLRAAM-armed fighter — and potentially even to the missile itself, provided any operational version of the munition incorporates a datalink. In concept, China’s potential sensor-shooter network is similar to the U.S. Navy’s own Naval Integrated Fire Control-Counter Air network, which ties together various sensors platforms with fighters and ships firing AMRAAMs and sea-launched air-defense missiles. NIFC-CA first deployed with a carrier battle group in 2015.

The Chinese military has apparently test-fired a new — and potentially powerful — very-long-range air-to-air missile. If reports are accurate, the new weapon could hit U.S. aircraft at twice the range at which the Americans can shoot back.

Images depicting the new missile under the wing of a Chinese air force J-16 fighter circulated in November 2016. The J-16 reportedly fired at least one of the missiles, successfully striking an aerial target.

China has developed air-to-air missiles at a pace at least as rapid as its development of fighter aircraft. The new very-long-range air-to-air missile, or VLRAAM, appeared suddenly. Foreign observers apparently don’t even know what the Chinese call the new munition.

Technical data on the missile is hard to come by, but the photos Beijing has allowed to leak do at least establish the weapon’s dimensions, which — along with a raft of publicly-available scientific research — hint at the missile’s capabilities. In the photos, the VLRAAM is clearly around a third the length of the J-16, giving the munition an overall length of around 20 feet and a diameter of roughly a foot.

In any event, the weapon is much more substantial than is the U.S. military’s own longest-range air-to-air missile, the AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile. The AMRAAM is just 12 feet long and seven inches in diameter. The latest version of the American missile, the AIM-120D, reportedly boasts a maximum range in excess of 90 miles.

The new Chinese munition closely matches the dimensions of Russia’s K-100 air-to-air missile, which has been in halting development for 25 years now but could, in theory, hit targets as far as 200 miles from the launching plane.

To achieve its apparent long range, the Chinese VLRAAM reportedly relies on a powerful rocket motor than can propel the munition at “hypersonic” speeds of up to Mach 6 — half-again faster than the AIM-120D’s own top speed.

Launched by a fighter flying as high as 50,000 feet, the Chinese missile could climb to an altitude of around 100,000 feet and glide in the thin air for more than a hundred miles before descending to strike its target — this according to recent studies in Chinese scientific journals, which Popular Science helpfully pointed out.

Moreover, Beijing’s VLRAAM reportedly features an active electronically-scanned array seeker with optical back-up and mid-course satellite guidance — truly state of the art for an air-to-air missile. The AIM-120D makes do with an older-style, and less effective, mechanically-steered radar.

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  1. Funny how Chinese technology is so far advance more than the USA they claim, when they have to copy the SU35, ATF, and the JSF and admit they hacked the manufacturers data and produced their own. Intellectual property theft is rampant with China.

  2. Part 4; The beauty of this system would be that the two systems could be coupled & de-coupled based on mutual agreement and dependant on what was/wasn't going on at the time.U.S would decide if the Indian system was allowed to couple & precisely what level of access & integration was allowed.Obviously it would be sensible to work out in advance general principles & protocols to save continual re-discussion & re-negotiation of general protocols. Although the system would always be fully adjustable/customisable if unusual geopolitical/military circumstances were to arise.Non U.S systems could be integrated into the wider system on the basis of them being a stringently digitally quarantined/firewalled & constantly digitally monitored (A.I.??) sub-system.India would have to accept the reality that U.S. techs would do this work, otherwise the risk of security breach to the wider system would simply be unacceptable.A chain is only as strong as it's weakest link.This is about "Quid Pro Quo". U.S. can't expect to have everything its way neither can India.One must find a fair & reasonable balance.But this would pave the way for India to gain access to a lot of high level technology in a fairly quick order that would otherwise take God only knows how long? This would lay the foundation for India to become part of the F35 ecosystem which it desperately needs to do.India has & is falling further &further behind China militarily & technologically & needs to close this gap as quickly as possible.This is the most sensible way of achieving this while still maintaining its political sovereignty. U.S. has made it clear that the pathway to F35 is through F16/18.Are their better planes? Yes,BUT when you factor in their relatively low purchase cost, latest upgrades + room for further upgrades,pre-installed sensor fusion links for integration with later purchase F35 enhancing operational capabilities of both platforms,their low life cycle costs, their proven reliability & capability, their manufacturing, servicing, upgrade & export opportunities+ leading into F35 ecosystem opportunities plus India getting a much more secure, sophisticated, integrated & capable digital military command system while still being able to maintain political sovereignty. I simply don't see how India could expect to get a better package deal than this.They would be crazy not to take such a deal & U.S would be crazy not to offer such a deal.It is a Win/Win for both sides.

  3. Part 2; As far as effectively countering such a system goes that is not so easy but doable. Although as with all anti-missile systems there can never be 100% guaranteed accuracy.One can only hope to take out as many of them as possible. I have previously alluded as to what type of anti missile system would be effective against such a weapon i.e my "multi-missile" concept.Although I just gave a general outline of it. I have a lot more ideas on the fine details of how such a system would work but I haven't received any money yet Donald! STILL WAITING! HOW MUCH LONGER?

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