China defies the world and a “scary” video of its strongest missiles

The Chinese military reviewed its strongest ballistic missiles during one of the latest military exercises of the Rockets Force in Beijing, with the rapid development of its military air capabilities.

A video posted by the Chinese contingent on its official Web site, which looks like Twitter, shows deadly warheads that can be attached to the rocket during live training.

The video was 80 seconds long, showing many warheads rising in the sky and exploding its targets, while China revealed it had about 2,500 rockets, according to the British Daily Mail.

The DF-41 is the longest range of ballistic missiles in the world and can reach London or the United States with nuclear warheads, the newspaper said.

The missile has a range of at least 7,500 miles (12,000 km), and can carry up to 10 nuclear warheads. The “supernatural” missile also has a crazy speed of up to 7672mph.

During the video, other exciting missiles such as the DF-2, a short-range rocket, a DF-5B intercontinental ballistic missile and long-range DF-26 guided warheads Nuclear “and hit” important targets “on land and medium to large vessels in the sea accurately, according to previous reports.

China has succeeded in “changing the rules of the game” for the Western Air Force and the global arms trade, due to the rapid technological advancements in its aviation industry, especially the air-to-air missile systems.

Air-to-air missiles are one of China’s most advanced weapons, costing a million or two million dollars and capable of destroying a $ 150 million aircraft, a cost-effective way to compete with the United States.

The Chinese missiles are backed by sophisticated radar that performs an electronic survey, which makes evasion very difficult for most advanced jetliners.

Although China’s defense budget (three times that of Russia or India) is still far below the US $ 610 billion budget.


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