Taiwan Strait confrontation! J-16 vs Taiwan IDF: almost on the ground friction

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 Taiwan Strait confrontation! J-16 vs Taiwan IDF: almost on the ground friction


Three military aircraft gather in the Strait

According to Taiwan media reports on the 19th, Taiwans Defense Department said on the 19th that morning, various PLA fighters entered the so-called Air Defense Identification Zone by the Taiwan authorities, including 12 j-16 fighters, 2 J-10 fighters, 2 J-11 fighters, 2 H-6 bombers and 1 Y-8 anti submarine aircraft. According to Taiwan media reports, according to the information disclosed by the Taiwan Defense Department, on September 18, several PLA military aircraft also entered the so-called Air Defense Identification Zone by the Taiwan authorities. Among them, four J-11 fighters, four J-10 fighters and some j-16 fighters crossed the so-called middle line of the Strait.

According to the analysis, different types of aircraft are likely to belong to different combat units, which shows that these cruises are multi unit cooperative operations. This also shows that different types of PLA fighters can effectively network and cooperate in combat. In addition, the platform performance, application and fire control radar performance of different fighters are different, which can give full play to the advantages of different models.

In addition, the possibility of early warning aircraft for air information support is not ruled out. Although the ground radar network is enough to cover the middle and high altitude airspace of the Strait, the early warning aircraft is still used to detect low altitude and ultra-low altitude targets, and the efficiency is relatively high. Because of the long detection range of the AWACS, there is no need to go out into the Strait. As for why the j-20 did not appear over the Strait, some netizens commented: how do you know you didnt go? You cant see it

J-16 friction IDF

According to the description of Taiwan media, among all the above-mentioned aircraft, the j-16 fighters performed outstanding, leaving the IDF fighters that the Taiwan Air Force went to intercept helpless. The j-16 almost pushed the IDF fighter to the ground for friction.

In addition, the j-16 fighter plane is a multi-purpose fighter, which can use powerful electronic warfare equipment, anti radiation missiles and standoff launched missiles against Taiwans surface to air missile system. China Times Electronic News quoted Hong Kong media as saying that the j-16 may not be as advanced as the j-20 fighter, but it will become a key weapon for the PLA Air Force to fight against Taiwan, or to deter us military intervention. According to the report, military observers said that according to the serial number of fighters in the military exercise, more j-16 fighters have been in service. This proves that the PLA Air force is quietly expanding its fleet. According to the report, the multi-purpose fighter can carry all kinds of weapons made by the mainland, such as anti-ship missiles, air-to-air missiles, satellite guided bombs, cruise missiles and electronic jamming transmitters. It can be used to perform air-to-air and air-to-ground missions.

US reconnaissance aircraft watching fire from the shore?

Some analysts believe that the invisible electromagnetic struggle may be the most technical part compared with the apparent confrontation and struggle of fighter intercepting companion flight or even enveloping. According to Taiwan media reports, some time ago, during the operation, the fire control radar of Taiwan surface to air missile was turned on for tracking and locking. At that time, some Taiwan experts thought that the Taiwan army had lost one round of tracking and locking by using the ground to air missile guidance radar, because it was easy to disclose its own radar parameters. Then, will the radar and communication parameters of PLA fighters be stolen by us electronic reconnaissance aircraft?

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