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Two Su-30 fighters take off to partol over the South China Sea. Chinese Air Force aircraft, including H-6K bombers and Su-30 fighters, have completed a patrol of airspace above the Nansha and Huangyan islands in the South China Sea, said a spokesperson Saturday. The flight is part of actual combat training to improve the Air Force's response to security threats, said Senior Colonel Shen Jinke of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force

Chinese military aircraft patrol South China Sea….reports Asian Lite News

Two Su-30 fighters take off to partol over the South China Sea. Chinese Air Force aircraft, including H-6K bombers and Su-30 fighters, have completed a patrol of airspace above the Nansha and Huangyan islands in the South China Sea, said a spokesperson Saturday. The flight is part of actual combat training to improve the Air Force's response to security threats, said Senior Colonel Shen Jinke of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force
Two Su-30 fighters take off to partol over the South China Sea. Chinese Air Force aircraft, including H-6K bombers and Su-30 fighters, have completed a patrol of airspace above the Nansha and Huangyan islands in the South China Sea, said a spokesperson Saturday. The flight is part of actual combat training to improve the Air Force’s response to security threats, said Senior Colonel Shen Jinke of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force

Chinese Air Force aircraft, including H-6K bombers and Su-30 fighters, completed a patrol of the airspace above the Nansha and Huangyan islands in the South China Sea, an official said on Saturday.

The flight was part of actual combat training to improve the air force’s response to security threats, Xinhua news agency quoted Senior Colonel Shen Jinke of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force as saying.

Several types of planes — bombers, fighters, airborne early warning aircraft, reconnaissance and tanker airplanes — performed the patrol, he said.

The aircraft had a series of training missions, including air defence early warning manoeuvres, air combat and island patrolling in a complicated electromagnetic environment, he added.

The PLA air force, which was established 67 years ago, organises regular South China Sea patrols to safeguard state sovereignty, security and maritime interests, Shen said.

Su-30 fighter partols over the South China Sea.
Su-30 fighter partols over the South China Sea.

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