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Demystified: Little-known military conflict in China in recent 27 years
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Unknown foreign military conflict: In 1987, China and India clashed again at the border. The exchange of fire was also short, but the tense confrontation lasted for more than a month. The Indian army was killed by 16 people and the number of injured was unknown. Although the specific situation is not clear, six dead bodies of the Indian army killed were returned to India by our country, indicating that the Indian army invaded our control area and was killed. At that time, Reuters quoted India's report as saying that the Chinese army first set up a five-star red flag on a controversial mountain pass, and then triggered a conflict. The Indian army was premeditated ambush on the way to expel the Chinese army. To prevent the situation from expanding, the Indian army evacuated Crossfire area. Our losses are unclear, but India seems to be losing money again.

At the beginning of 1988, there was a small-scale shelling and naval battle with Vietnam. The reason was that frigate 552 sent 7 officers and men to board a boat to board the Yongduan reef. For the first time, a five-star red flag was raised on the Yongduan reef. Flying over the Spratly Islands. The Vietnamese authorities discovered that I had set up a marine observatory in Nansha and tried to obstruct my plan to build a station. On January 31st, the Vietnamese army sent two armed transport ships in an attempt to compete with me for Yongshu Cao. As a result, our army was wounded by two small ships and sunk two ships, wounding l ships, wounding more than 60 enemies, and capturing the enemy. Lieutenant Colonel wins more than 40 people. The three islands and reefs, including Dongmen, Nanxun, and Bibi, were recovered. This effectively controlled a total of six islands and reefs in the Nansha Islands, giving our navy a place to stand in Nansha.

In late October 1994, the US Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier set off from Japan, heading east and then south. Chinese submarines tracked the US fleet, US anti-submarine aircraft came to expel Chinese submarines, and China sent fighter jets to drive US anti-submarine aircraft. On October 27, the aircraft carrier formation traveled to about 400 nautical miles from China and implemented large-scale electronic interference to China. On the morning of October 27, more than 200 aircraft were found on air force radars stationed in Shandong and other places, flying from northeast to southwest. A base stationed in Qingdao (can't really say) took off one SU-27 and one J-7 urgently for interception on the high seas, and took off four other fighter jets to detect the truth. No large-scale target was found in the air by the take-off aircraft. . It is ridiculous that in the two fighters that came out far away, nothing was displayed on the SU-27's radar. Instead, the J-7's radar found an aerial target, and its pilot also found a bright spot with the naked eye. This target Is the US Navy's electronic jammer.

Beginning on the 27th, several aviation divisions in the east and south regions entered first-level combat readiness. From 28 to 31, the U.S. fleet continued to travel south. On the 30th, similar targets to those on the 27th appeared on the radar of the Air Force of the Nanjing Military Region. This time there were more than 700 aircraft. The flight trajectory was still from northeast to southwest. This time, the Air Force only took off with two fighters to observe and found an air target in the Yancheng area of Jiangsu, but the nature of the target was not confirmed.

After the incident, it was a big blow to national leaders. When President Jiang met with a senior general in a certain department, he was emotional when he talked about the United States. The Military Commission and Headquarters were shocked and designated the National Defense Science, Technology and Industry Commission for analysis and research. After 18 days of efforts by experts inside and outside the army, the mechanism of interference was finally clarified. It turned out to be the interference using the sidelobes of active radar waves (the amplitude and phase were transformed and then transmitted back to deceive the other radar). The National Defense Science and Technology Commission also developed a prototype for verification. It was found that on the 30th, an aircraft did invade China's airspace over 50 kilometers and flew over the Yancheng area of Jiangsu. But times have changed, and it is too late to protest, and diplomatic is very passive. Although the U.S. military stole music for a while, it did not bluff. Just a few US newspapers mentioned this incident lightly.

In this incident, the purpose of the United States was to find out the deployment points and launch characteristics of China's fixed radar stations. This goal was clearly achieved. But China's gains are even greater: it learned a method of interference and anti-interference. Since then, China's radar has been replaced. New jammers have been successfully developed, and they are likely to be equipped on every military aircraft now.

In 2003, due to the extinguishment of the Iraqi war in advance, the 4,000 special forces drawn from the three Marine Divisions that were intended to reinforce the Iraqi battlefield came to the Thai-Myanmar border under the pretext of holding military exercises in Thailand, and were with the anti-government forces in Myanmar. Force collusion, (Note that the Thai government has supported Myanmar ’s anti-government forces in the border military conflict between Thailand and Myanmar in 2002), and strongly accused that the drug flood in Myanmar directly affected the stability of western society, and sent special forces to enter Myanmar Our government realizes that the U.S. military is likely to want to penetrate Burma in depth and use the pretext of cracking down on drug puppets and drug bases to overthrow the Burmese military government and support Western power's agent Aung San Suu Kyi to take office. (Note: The current government has received a lot of political, economic, and even military support from China.) Due to the serious situation, China's emergency mobilization of the Armed Police Force at that time contacted the Burmese Army. As a result, the Sino-U.S. Conflict occurred at the border between China, Thailand, and Myanmar. 2 dead, 10 injured, U.S. special combatants 5 dead, 20 injured (note that 2 of the U.S. Special Operations were killed by the Karen National League) The border, and from the Jinan Military Region, the Beijing Military Region South Diversion Battalion formed a number of new border defense regiments, the frontline frontline troops formed, mainly light weapons, to immediately replace the armed police defense; behind the border defense regiment, there are 37 infantry in Yunnan Two regiments of the Division, one regiment of the Forty Infantry Division, and 77169 troops shortly renewed entered Sichuan from Yunnan.

In 2004, Chinese special forces entered Tajikistan. With the help of the government's government forces, the government forces eliminated an East Turkistan terrorist militant (more than 200 people, well-equipped). This time, China sent a special force to a company with armed helicopters. Six armed jeeps and 12 armored vehicles were launched in three teams with the cooperation of the tower army against the East Turkistan militants. The battle lasted for more than half an hour. The East Turkistan militants were very tenacious in the battle. They relied on favorable terrain and sophisticated weaponry and coalition forces to fight, and they were eventually wiped out by the coalition forces. As a result, 19 people were killed and more than 20 wounded in our army, and 89 people died in East Turkistan. More than 100 were wounded.

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