Deterring China? India tests three new missiles in four days

 Deterring China? India tests three new missiles in four days

In addition, according to the reference news, deterring China? India tests three new missiles in four days

According to Taiwans Central News Agency New Delhi on October 3, Indias military successfully test fired a new type of shaurya ballistic missile with a nuclear warhead on October 3 at a time of tense border between China and India, with a range of 800 km. The Indian army said the missile had a strong deterrent effect.

According to the report, according to high-level sources of the Indian government, the new intrepid ballistic missile was successfully launched along the coast of Orissa Province on October 3, and will be put into service in the strategic forces of the Indian army to supplement the long-range strike capability of the same kind of missiles in active service.

Data picture: Indian intrepid ballistic missile launcher. (official website of Indian Ministry of Defense)

The source said that compared with the intrepid missile in active service of the Indian military, the new intrepid missile launched this time is lighter, easier to operate, and can hit enemy targets 800 km away. In the final stage of the missiles flight towards the target, the missile can also penetrate at hypersonic speed, which increases the difficulty of the enemys interception.

According to the report, the Indian army has recently launched missiles frequently, which is quite deterrent.

Two days ago (October 1), Indias domestic Arjun main battle tank successfully test fired a gun launched laser guided anti tank missile with a range of more than 4 km.

On September 30, the Indian army successfully launched the extended range version of the Brahmos supersonic cruise missile. The missile can also be equipped with tactical nuclear warheads, with a range from 300 km to 450 km.

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Rarely seen in global conflicts, why does China always hit India with a stick?

Why not fear the Indian army shooting?

In recent years, there have been many conflicts between China and India, which have been resolved through negotiation each time, and then come back later. In the recent round of conflict, China and India have conducted six rounds of talks at the military commander level and reached some consensus. It seems that this law will still be followed.

Objectively speaking, the root cause of the conflict is that China and India have not delimited national boundaries, and the actual control line is the dividing line. The actual control can be changed by action. Therefore, before the boundary is delimited, all agreements are temporary, and it is uncertain how long it will work.

However, there is a rule, or tacit understanding and consensus, that both sides have consciously abided by - only use cold weapons.

We have seen in many reports that the two sides were facing each other with guns on their backs or fighting in groups. In addition, Indian soldiers were beaten to the head by steel pipes. However, no matter whether they are killed, injured or not, they still abide by the rule.

Why is this?

Dont worry. Lets start with the German army in World War II.

The German army in World War II, who has a little knowledge of military affairs, can easily recall such classic images - big earmuff helmet, grey green military uniform, black military boots, long handle grenade, 98K rifle

However, there was no record of using poison gas in the European battlefield during World War II. Why did the German army always carry this burden?

Not only the German army, but also the US Army, has made a lot of chemical defense equipment that is useless at all, even military horses. As for gas bombs, they have also made a lot of them.

However, chemical warfare has not really started in Europe. Both sides have been fighting hard with rifles, tanks and airplanes. The reason is very simple, because both sides have the ability of chemical warfare. Once you use it, you will not only lose moral points, but also the opponent will inevitably retaliate. If you throw poison gas bombs, the cost will increase. Finally, there will be a zero sum game, and you cant get a bargain.

As a result, the best strategy is not to use chemical weapons in the first place. As both sides do, chemical warfare will not be able to start.

In the Second World War, Japan dared to use chemical weapons on the Chinese battlefield, because China did not have the same ability to retaliate and even had no basic chemical defense equipment.

At the time of the September 18th Incident, Japan had officially equipped with mustard gas, lewisite gas, diphenylcyanarsine, phosgene and other chemical warfare agents. According to statistics, during the whole Anti Japanese War, Japan produced more than 7000 tons and 7 million rounds of gas bombs, most of which were transported to China. There was a record of more than 2000 use of poison gas, killing more than 200000 Chinese military and civilian people. It can be said that the crime is flagrant.

Even after the surrender of Japan, a large number of chemical weapons were abandoned in China, and they were still suffering from disaster decades later. To this end, the Chinese Ministry of foreign affairs has set up a special office for dealing with the chemical weapons abandoned by Japan in China to urge Japan to solve the problem of chemical weapons left behind.

Okunoshima, a chemical weapons base in Japan, left 3270 tons of toxic gas after the war

However, in the Pacific battlefield, the Japanese did not dare to use it against the US military, because the United States has the ability to retaliate.

However, the United States did not use poison gas against Japan. In those difficult Island battles, the Japanese army relying on caves to resist was a headache for the US military, and there was once a call to pour poison gas into the cave. Considering that Japan would have an excuse to use chemical weapons and a moral burden, the United States did not do so in the end, but chose to send the devils to the West with gasoline, flame throwers and hand grenades, although it was a little difficult.

Iranian chemical defense forces

In mid April 1988, Iraq launched the Ramadan offensive, using a lot of mustard gas and sarin, and captured the FAO Peninsula in only 48 hours. According to statistics, Iraq has used chemical weapons more than 240 times, and about 100000 Iranians in Iran have been poisoned, more than 10000 people have died and suffered heavy losses.

We have enough shells, Vietnam can only ha ha

Of course, there are times when China is unscrupulous..

What does it have to do with the use of cold weapons in the Sino Indian conflict?

Chinas Roman infantry array

China and India have never used hot weapons, but only cold weapons.

But why not India?

Its not because they are honest and abide by the rules, but because there will be a corresponding upgrade in China, and to what extent it will be upgraded, there will be equal means - shooting? I immediately threw the stick and picked up the gun? Its far away. Come on, tank? Type 15 is already hungry and thirsty; get on the plane? The opportunity for the j-20!

Although the fight of the Indian army is also lost, at least a lot of people will die less

The picture is from Weibo

Whats more, India must be very convinced of this - the pain of 1962 is so profound that it is still unforgettable even after more than half a century

With these in place, you can use the stick 3D printing

The agreement on paper is always temporary. It only depends on how long it is temporary. Only strength is the permanent guarantee. With a strong strength, not only can you fight, but also limit your opponent, so that you dare not escalate the situation. If you upgrade, you will be beaten hard!

Therefore, it is precisely because we have sniper guns, thermobaric bombs, j-20, 15, yuanhuo, Dongfeng Only the front-line soldiers can be confident and bold to print the army with sticks. I believe that in the years to come, we can enjoy the big live action movies of Chinese Kung Fu breaking Tianzhu, and the winner will always be us!

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Source: CCTV military responsibility editor: Wang Ning_ NB12468