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Si bien el pasado año, los Chinos realizaron sus propios ejercicios con sus
3 flotas existentes, tambien realizaron una visita con ejercicios conjuntos
el Vladivostok, con naves Rusas y tuvieron buenos resultados.
Este año, volveran a realizar maniobras conjuntas con practicas de desembarco
en las costas de Primorsky, dado que en el Sur de Asia, la conglomeracion
de paises vecinos se estan formando como unidad junto con Japon y E.U.

La realidad de polarizar esta zona, ha creado una escalada de desarrollos
militares sin precedente, creando asi mismo, una dinamica de competencia
acelerada, con desembolsos e inversiones substanciales.
Esperemos no tengan que hacer uso de estos adelantos belicos.





China, Russia Planning 20-Ship Naval Exercise in the Sea of Japan in August

By: Sam LaGrone
July 17, 2015 12:45 PM



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Russian sailors aboard a Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy Ship.



China and Russia will conduct their largest joint Pacific exercise in August near Japan, Russian Navy planners announced on Friday.

Announced last year, Joint Sea Exercise 2015 will occur in both the Sea of Japan and off the cost of Russian region of Primorsky — about 250 miles away from Japan.



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Russian and Chinese ships in the Pacific in 2014. China Daily Photo

“These maneuvers will for the first time involve a joint amphibious assault drill in Russia’s Primorsky territory with the participation of carrier-based aircraft,” Russian Pacific Fleet spokesman Roman Martov said, reported the Russian TASS wire service.

“Representatives of the headquarters of the Russian Pacific Fleet and the Navy of the People’s Liberation Army of China have carried out major work for the planning of the Chinese warships’ visit to Vladivostok port, the cultural program, sports competitions and all the tactical events of the sea, land and air parts of the maneuvers.”

Since 2011, Russia and China have conducted regular joint exercises.




Last year was the largest series of exercises, the Russian Navy and the PLAN drilled with 14 surface ships, two submarines, aviation assets and special operation forces (SOF), according to Chinese media.

The Pacific drills follow the first ever joint Chinese-Russian exercise in the Mediterranean sea earlier this year. The much smaller exercise featured three Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) and six Russian.

In November, said Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said the combined military-to-military between China and Russia partnership was growing.

“We believe that the main goal of pooling our effort is to shape a collective regional security system,” Shoigu said.
“We also expressed concern over U.S. attempts to strengthen its military and political clout in the [Asia-Pacific Region].”



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El proximo ejercicio naval conjunto CHINO-RUSO tendra lugar de reunion y partida
de Vladivostok del 20 de Agosto al 28 del mismo mes, con la participacion de ejercicios
conjuntos de desembarco en las playas de esa zona Rusa.
Como no es algo oculto, la relevancia de sus propositos, son publicados y mostrados
como ejercicios sin implicaciones ¨contra terceros¨, realidad que esta lejos de
dejarlos de estudiar, tomando en cuenta que no se ubican cerca de las islas Spratley,
aunque los preparativos de 200 marinos chinos conjuntamente con 200 marinos rusos,
no deja de valorar sus posibles efectos.





Russia and China to stage naval drills in Sea of Japan, train for beach landing

Published time: 16 Aug, 2015 13:02




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Major amphibious assault ship takes part in the Russian-Chinese "Joint Sea-2015" drills in the Mediterranean.


International naval drills by the Russian and Chinese navies will be conducted in the Sea of Japan next week. Sailors, marines and naval air pilots of the two countries will be training together in combined operations in an amphibious assault exercise.

A Chinese squadron has left the port of Qingdao in Shandong province on Saturday and headed for Russia’s Vladivostok to take part in the bilateral naval exercise to be held in Peter the Great Bay on August 20-28.

A source close to the operation told Xinhua news agency that the drills "are not targeted at any third party and are not relevant to the regional status quo," stressing that the exercise is part of annual exchange program between Chinese and Russian militaries.

The Chinese task force coming to Vladivostok comprises seven warships, six shipborne helicopters, five warplanes, 21 amphibious vehicles and 200 marines. Russian Pacific Fleet will be represented with up to 20 battleships and support vessels, two submarines, 10 warplanes, nine amphibious vehicles and also 200 marines.





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Chinese warships are set to call at Vladivostok port next Thursday, August 20, Xinhua reports. While paying visit to Vladivostok’s harbor, Chinese ships are expected to be opened for civilian visitors.

Russian and Chinese troops, aircraft and vessels will be operating in five combined naval groups and four Air Force groups in Russian territorial waters and in neutral waters of the Sea of Japan.

The Sea of Japan borders four countries Japan, North Korea, South Korea and Russia. So far, the Chinese Navy has not taken part in exercises in this area.

The main declared task of the drills will be practicing protection of naval communications, anti-submarine training, air defense exercise and anti-ship actions.

For the first time ever the naval exercise will include a joint amphibious assault drill.

Naval training of Russian Pacific Fleet and the Navy of the People’s Liberation Army of China is named Joint Sea-2015(II) and will be held off the coast of Primorsky Krai in Russia’s Pacific region, some 650 kilometers from the coast of Japan.

The first, smaller part, of the Joint Sea exercise took place in the Mediterranean on May 11-21 this year.



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Chinese missile frigate Linyi during the opening of the Russian-Chinese naval exercise Naval Interaction–2015. © Yulia Kaminskaya / RIA Novosti


Meanwhile, Moscow has agreed to take part in naval military exercises together with its Asia Pacific allies in the disputed South China Sea next May.

READ MORE: Russia will take part in multinational navy drills in disputed South China Sea

“We are strongly in favor for any dispute in South China Sea, in East China Sea, in any sea for that matter, to be resolved on the basis of the international law, including, first of all, the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention, on the basis of the declaration signed between China and ASEAN [Association of Southeast Asian Nations],” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in an interview to Singapore’s Channel News Asia, in early August.

“On this basis the countries directly involved in any dispute should find mutually acceptable solution without any outside interference,” Lavrov added.


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Si bien las maniobras de desembarco conjuntas Sino-Rusas no han tenido mucha difusion, ni impacto alguno al tener esta copiada maniobra de las realizadas en diferentes historicas
ocasiones de los paises Occidentales, coniciden con los ejercicios de perfil similar
en las costas de California por los paises convocados incluyendo a nuestro pais
con el Usumacinta y la clase Oaxaca. Buena sincronia de calendarios paralelos.




China, Russia Land 400 Marines in First Joint Pacific Amphibious Exercise

By: Sam LaGrone
August 26, 2015 5:35 PM • Updated: August 27, 2015 7:19 AM
Chinese amphibious warship Changbaishan deploys what appear to be several ZBD-05 infantry fighting vehicles as part of Joint Sea 2015 on Aug. 25, 2015. Chinese MoD Photo
Chinese amphibious warship Changbaishan deploys what appear to be several ZBD-05 infantry fighting vehicles as part of Joint Sea 2015 on Aug. 25, 2015. Chinese MoD Photo

Chinese and Russian forces conducted a first-ever joint amphibious exercise landing 400 marines on Russia’s Pacific Coast about 300 miles away from Japan’s home islands, according to a description of the exercise and photographs released from the Chinese Ministry of Defense on Wednesday.

The exercise marks not only the first time People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) and Russian Navy have drilled together in an amphibious exercise but also the first time China has landed troops on foreign territory as part of the ongoing Joint Sea 2015 II, the ministry said.

“For the first time, we shipped tanks and armored vehicles, and landed soldiers directly into an overseas drill area after a long-distance voyage,” said Liang Yang, assistant to the Chinese director of the drill in the Chinese statement on the amphibious component of the exercise —
“Such a drill will fully test the performance of our weapons in terms of adaptability to local weather and topographical conditions.”

The PLAN landed about 200 marines attached to the from Type 071 amphibious warship Changbaishan parked a little more than half a mile off the Russian Pacific coast in pictures dated Aug. 25.

Images published by the MoD show what appear to be several ZBD-05 infantry fighting vehicles — reminiscent of the U.S. Marines canceled Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) — deploy from Changbaishan to shore.

“This type of dry landing, which involves putting soldiers ashore without the need for wading, as they did previously, meets both our tactical demands and requirements for real-battle landing,” Liang said.


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In addition to amphibious landings, the Chinese also used aviation assets to move troops to the beach via parachutes and fast ropes via helicopters.

The Chinese also employed fighters to provide air cover as part of the combined arms exercise.

The MoD did not elaborate on the Russian assets used in the amphibious exercise aside from a picture of Russian paratroopers.

The craft and tactics employed by the PLAN — well known for copying and adapting doctrine and material for their own needs — are reminiscent of the U.S. Marine methods of moving troops to shore via a doctrine that calls for enveloping an enemy by forces simultaneously via water landings and air insertion.


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Amphibious assault is arguably one of the most complex military maneuvers, especially as the proliferation of relatively inexpensive guided weapons has grown worldwide. The U.S. Navy and Marines have mounted a years-long campaign to execute amphibious operations from beyond the line-of-sight from shore to better protect their ships.

Placing the sea base for the operation — Changbaishan — within sight of shore significantly lowered the degree of difficulty of the exercise and would put the 20,000-ton warship at significant risk against a prepared adversary in war time conditions.




While China is quick to say the joint exercise isn’t aimed to raise the ire of any particular nation the PLA has long tailored training operations to simulate a potential amphibious invasion of Taiwan as well as operations that have arguably simulated the quick capture and control the Japanese administrated Senkaku Islands off of Taiwan’s eastern coast.



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Russian commandos conduct parachute landing during the landing drill. The Chinese and Russian navies held a joint beach landing drill in Russia's Peter the Great Gulf on August 25 as part of the ongoing China-Russia Joint Sea-2015 (II) live-fire military exercise. Chinese MoD Photo
Russian commandos conduct parachute landing during the landing drill. The Chinese and Russian navies held a joint beach landing drill in Russia’s Peter the Great Gulf on August 25 as part of the ongoing China-Russia Joint Sea-2015 (II) live-fire military exercise. Chinese MoD Photo

More than 20 ships from China and Russia participated in Joint Sea 2015 II — the second joint Chinese-Russian exercise the year — which will conclude on Thursday. Joint Sea 2015 I was held in the Mediterranean — a first for China.

Russia and China announced an uptick in military-to-military cooperation late last year in an effort — officials from both countries say — is to boost collective regional security and serve as a backstop against the expansion of U.S. military and political influence in the region.

The following was the complete Aug. 26, 2015 report issued by the Chinese MoD.

The Chinese Navy completed its first overseas joint beach landing drill on Tuesday as part of an ongoing marine exercise with Russia.

The drill took place in waters off Russia’s Clerk Cape as part of the ongoing Joint Sea-2015 (II) exercise between the two countries from Aug 20 to 28.

The two navies deployed amphibious equipment and more than 400 marines, who landed on a beach using various methods, including parachuting and descending by rope from helicopters, as well as using amphibious armored vehicles and landing ships.

“For the first time, we shipped tanks and armored vehicles, and landed soldiers directly into an overseas drill area after a long-distance voyage,” said Liang Yang, assistant to the Chinese director of the drill.

“Such a drill will fully test the performance of our weapons in terms of adaptability to local weather and topographical conditions.”

More than 100 Chinese marines were transported directly onto the beach in 14 amphibious armored vehicles, which were unloaded from the Chinese landing ship Changbaishan, anchored more than 1 kilometer off the beach.

“This type of dry landing, which involves putting soldiers ashore without the need for wading, as they did previously, meets both our tactical demands and requirements for real-battle landing,” Liang said.

Another 24 Chinese marines landed by helicopter fast rope, while the Chinese landing vessel Yunwushan deployed six armored vehicles and 26 marines directly onto the beach.

The Chinese air force also took part in the drill with two J-10 and two JH-7A fighters, which took off from an airport in China and flew across Russian airspace before arriving at the drill area.

Chen Yong, a Chinese air force officer who took part in the drill, said, “The fighters were here mainly to assist the beach landings by commanding the air and launching long-distant attacks at targets on the beach.”

Russian soldier Andrey Ivanov, 30, who was taking part in a military exercise for the first time, said, “Although this drill was complicated and difficult, it went smoothly thanks to the thorough preparations on both sides.”

Dong Jun, Chinese navy deputy chief of staff, said such large-scale joint beach landings require careful planning and command.

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