Taiwan plans ‘anti-aircraft carrier’ missile

14 08 2011

Taiwan is developing a new mobile version of its supersonic “aircraft carrier killer” missile, a legislator said Sunday, after China sparked regional concerns with sea trials of its first carrier. Research on the development of the land-based missile, a variant of the existing Hsiungfeng (Brave Wind) III, is underway, Lin Yu-fang, a legislator who sits on the national defence committee, told AFP. . . .

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/08/14/taiwan-plans-anti-aircraft-carrier-missile/ 





‘Mystery (California) Contrail’ + ‘Stranded Cruise Ship’ = Chinese EMP Missile Weapon Test?

15 04 2011

This rumor is swirling the internet. F.C. just found out about it.

Were the stories of the mystery rocket off California last November and the  stranding of the giant cruise ship in the Pacific  south of California related??? Check this out:

From Above Top Secret:

‘Mystery Contrail’ + ‘Stranded Cruise Ship’ = Chinese EMP Missile Weapon Test? 

Anyone remember these two incidents that occurred the same day, Nov. 9, 2010? 

. . . “Jim Marrs was on Coast To Coast the the other night saying that according to information and documents he received from a retired missile launch officer, the “mystery plume” off the coast of California was actually a missile fired from a Chinese sub that was carrying a secret new EMP weapon which completely caught NORAD off guard. And apparently the “stealth” design meant it couldn’t be tracked by radar. . . “

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread667816/pg1 


Chinese Anti-Ship Cruise Missile Firing as Part of Combined Arms Anti-Carrier Exercises in East China Sea, 30 June-5 July

A new window into Chinese naval combined arms operations involving warships and fighter jets opened recently in the East China Sea. There the PLA carried out “live firing training” in a relatively small box-shaped area off Zhejiang Province between Zhoushan and Taizhou, within China’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in the East China Sea from 30 June-5 July. The core theme of the combined arms exercises appears to have been demonstrating capabilities to attack surface ships, apparently a carrier strike group (CSG). Issues influencing the exact timing of the exercises likely include a desire to pressure the U.S. Navy not to hold exercises involving a carrier strike group with its South Korean counterpart in areas near China’s territorial waters and Exclusive Economic Zone.  . .  (more)

http://www.andrewerickson.com/2010/07/combined-arms-anti-ship-exercise-in-east-china-sea-30-june-5-july/