PLA Navy begins West Pacific exercise
                 English.news.cn | 2013-10-19 13:43:06 | Editor: An

BEIJING, Oct. 19 (Xinhua) -- The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy has started a combat drill in the open sea of the West Pacific Ocean, according to the Saturday edition of the PLA Daily.

The exercise, which began Friday and will last until the beginning of November, is expected to improve high sea combat abilities and hone strategies for utilizing information technologies, the newspaper reported.

The country's three fleets -- North China Sea Fleet, East China Sea Fleet and South China Sea Fleet -- will join the drill.

It will drive training for the armed forces of China's fleets, submarines, planes and shore missiles.

The PLA Navy said the drill is in line with international laws and practices.

分享
Chinese PLA Navy in marine security exercise in Jervis Bay
PLA Navy chief meets US counterpart
PLA Navy heads for routine drill in W.Pacific
Fleet of PLA Navy departs to visit U.S., Australia and NZ
PLA Navy South China Sea Fleet conducts joint training
2013 World Yacht Ceremony opens in China's Sanya
2013 World Yacht Ceremony opens in China's Sanya
Weather turns cold in China's Guilin
Weather turns cold in China's Guilin
Marital dispute sparks 7 NW China murders
Marital dispute sparks 7 NW China murders
Australian Governor-General visits Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum in Xi'an
Australian Governor-General visits Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum in Xi'an
Photos of the week (Oct. 13- Oct.18)
Photos of the week (Oct. 13- Oct.18)
SpaceX's Grasshopper VTVL takes hop of 744 meters
SpaceX's Grasshopper VTVL takes hop of 744 meters
21 strange planes shock the history
21 strange planes shock the history
Olive trees destroyed by Israeli settlers in West Bank
Olive trees destroyed by Israeli settlers in West Bank
Back to Top Close
010020070750000000000000011106041328123221