China warship South China Sea greets Japanese helicopter carriers: Good Moring

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 China warship South China Sea greets Japanese helicopter carriers: Good Moring


Japanese media released a call recording Lanzhou ship South China Sea hello to the sea: GoodMoring (source: ~)

Good morning, nice to meet you. On the surface of the South China Sea, the Chinese Navys Lanzhou warship shouted Jiaga to the largest active ship in the Japanese Sea.

This scene appeared on NHK Channels 9 oclock News Watch 9 program last night (November 2). In this program, NHK has released the pictures taken by the ship following reporters in the South China Sea.

In this audio clip, the Japanese female voice first notifies Call received, answer now at the bridge and then responds by radio: Chinese Navy 170, Chinese Navy 170, here is Japanese Navy 184, end. (Chinesewarship170, Chinesewarship170, ThisisJapanesewarship184.Over.)

Chinese male voice reply: Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force 184 ships, here is the Chinese Navy 170 ships. Good morning. Nice to meet you. (JapanMaritimeSelfDefenseForce184, ThisisChinesewarship170.GoodMoring.Gladtomeetyou.Over.)

(NHK reports video screenshots)

This call should take place in late last month. Earlier, Asahi Shimbun reported that the returning Gaga fleet was scheduled to meet with the U.S. fleet tanker T-AO-197 Pecos in the South China Sea south of Vietnam on October 25 to receive supplies.

But from dawn on that day, the Lanzhou ship followed. By about 8, the two ships of Japan and the United States began to replenishment, while the Lanzhou ship remained at about 5 kilometers away.

Asahi Shimbun filmed from the Jiahe shipboard helicopter (Asahi Shimbun)

The Maritime Self-Defense Force had previously informed that the helicopter carrier DDH-184, the destroyer DD-105 and the Cool Moon (DD-117) departed from Japan on 26 August and sailed through the South China Sea to the Indian Ocean. On the way to Vietnam, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and India and other countries. The plan finally returned to Okinawa in October 30th.

Japanese media said similar calls were based on the air sea liaison mechanism. In May this year, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited Japan. During the period, the Defense Department of China and Japan signed a memorandum on the sea air contact mechanism. Based on this mechanism, Chinese and Japanese warplanes can use agreed frequencies to make radio calls in English to avoid collisions and accidental escalation. It came into force in June 8th.

On September 7, the Haizi formation trained with the Philippine Navy C-90 aircraft in the sea area near Palawan Island, Suluhai, which is a second-hand aircraft with Japans free assistance (Haizitu, Japan)

Japan News Network (NNN) previously reported that the Gaga fleet was monitored by the Chinese Navy all the way from Suluhai to the South China Sea and had a call. Almost as soon as we sailed into the South China Sea (September 8), the Chinese Navy followed suit, said NNNs accompanying correspondent.

(NNN reports video screenshots, the same below)

In the video, an officer who just entered the bridge said, where is Jiang Kai? Look around. Immediately after the discovery, someone took a picture.

Photographers take photos

Soon afterwards, the broadcasting sounded again: New targets of suspected warships were found on the left side of the ship at 90 degrees, 14 miles.

Second Chinese warships at the same time

In 7 days, 1-2 Chinese naval vessels have been tracking, and supplies have been carried out in the middle.

The supply is 054A type 568 Hengyang.

On the third day (September 10), Gaga was ready to change its course. To this end, he contacted the Chinese Navy for attention.

Japan is responsible for the call is 28-year-old third-class lieutenant Shirakawa: China Navy 572, here is the Japanese warship 184, the end. (ChineseNavalShip572, ThisisJapanwarship184.Over.)

The Chinese side replied quickly: the 184 ships of the Japanese maritime self defense force, the 572 ship of the Chinese Navy, is over. (JapanMaritimeSelfDefense184, ThisisChinesenavalwarship572.Over. original text).

Chuan Chuan then informed the message: Chinas Navy 572 ships, the ship heading 270 degrees, the speed of 12 knots, the end. (Chinesenavalship572, mycourse270.Myspeed12.Over.)

Hengshui ship replied: the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force 184 ships, here is the Chinese Navy 572 ships. Its over. (JapanMaritimeSelfDefensevessel184ThisisChinesewarship572.Copyout. original text)

After his talks with Abe Jinsan, who visited China, Li Keqiang said that dialogue and exchanges among various departments, including defense departments, should continue. Xi emphasized the need to implement the political consensus of mutual partnership, mutual non-threat, strengthen positive interaction and enhance political mutual trust.

I hope both sides will have a better level of English before next meeting.