China Unveils Nuclear Cruise Missile

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One Variant Of The DF-10 ‘Long Sword’ Features Stealth Technology To Evade Anti-Aircraft Radar.

In a demonstration of its growing military might, China’ state-run media broadcast video Wednesday of its new nuclear-capable cruise missile, the DF-10 “Long Sword,” which has a range of more than 900 miles, making it capable of striking U.S. military bases in Japan and South Korea. Continue reading

China developing world’s most accurate cruise missiles: report

China has begun developing the world’s most accurate cruise missiles with the ability to hit targets in Japan as well as US military bases, according to a recent report published by the Washington-based Project 2049 Institute.

In the article titled China’s Evolving Reconnaissance-Strike Capabilities, author Ian Easton claims that after many years of efforts, China has acquired a considerable amount of cruise missile systems, including the PLA Second Artillery Force’s ground-launched Changjian-10 or Long Sword (CJ-10) land attack cruise missiles (LACMs), the PLA Navy’s ground- and ship-launched Yingji-62 “Eagle Strike” anti-ship cruise missile, and the PLA Air Force’s Yingji-63 and CJ-20 LACMs. Continue reading