India expert: Chinas military parade should draw lessons from experience to make up for deficiencies

 India expert: Chinas military parade should draw lessons from experience to make up for deficiencies

According to the article, improving the capabilities of electronic warfare and cyber warfare is Chinas first lesson for India. The PLA strategic support force reappeared at the National Day parade, which is a wake-up call for India, which started late in cyber warfare and electronic warfare. India is not only lack of theoretical preparation for information field operations, but also lack of integrated theater command. Although the Indian army has established the national defense network agency (DCA), the army training command, which is responsible for formulating the theory of the three forces, is lack of interaction with the intelligence department, and Indian information operations are difficult to deploy in specific tasks. Network warfare and electronic warfare technology have become the cornerstone of future wars, and the Indian army needs to improve its information warfare capabilities more urgently.

Dongfeng-17 missile on display at the National Day parade of China

The second lesson India needs to learn from China is to modernize its deterrent force strategically. The dongfeng-17 hypersonic missile, the dongfeng-41 mobile intercontinental missile and the julang-2 submarine launched missile displayed at the National Day parade show that the Chinese army has realized the modernization of strategic forces and enhanced the anti intervention / regional rejection capability. In contrast, India still relies on the model army to fight a long-term war. In the conflict between India and Pakistan in February this year, the shortcomings of the Indian army, such as the aging of weapons and equipment, the outdated key equipment, and the backward infrastructure, were exposed to the utmost. Chinas experience shows that if Pakistan is to be defeated in a short-term conflict, the Indian army must develop key weapons aimed at curbing Pakistans conventional military forces, and obtain long-range super light howitzers, multi-functional fighters, heavy reconnaissance vehicles, long-range sniper weapons, light tanks and armored vehicles, heavy helicopters, etc. India also needs to modernize its navy and have an efficient naval force to contain China in the Indian Ocean.

Attaching importance to the development and use of UAVs is the third lesson India should learn from China. A number of large UAVs were displayed in the Chinese military parade, and India also needs to expand its UAV capabilities to fully monitor land and coastal boundaries. Although India has a long land border, coastline and a large exclusive economic zone, there are only a few UAVs in India. India needs to make clear its specific operational requirements for UAV types from the perspective of national security and military security with the characteristics of low cost and not easy to be found, study and determine the principles of UAV operation and reconnaissance, and clarify the sources and effective uses of UAV acquisition, so as to raise the development and Application of UAV to a strategic level like China.

Dongfeng-41 mobile intercontinental missile

Attaching importance to the independence of national defense industry is also a lesson China has taught India. All the weapons and equipment displayed in the Chinese military parade are made in China. India, by contrast, has performed poorly in terms of the autonomy of its defense industry. India needs to learn from the important experience of Chinas peoples participation in the armed forces, encourage private enterprises to develop weapons systems, promote the development of Indias defense industry, achieve self-reliance and reduce arms imports.

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