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China aircraft carrier conducts drill in S. China Sea

Source: Navy.81.cn 2017-01-04 08:14:56

A naval formation consisting of aircraft carrier Liaoning has conducted take-off and landing drills in the South China Sea on Jan. 1, 2017. The formation, which is on a "cross-sea area" training exercise, involved J-15 fighter jets, as well as several ship-borne helicopters. (Photo source: Navy.81.cn)

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China aircraft carrier conducts drill in S. China Sea
                 Source: Navy.81.cn | 2017-01-04 08:14:56 | Editor: Yamei Wang

A naval formation consisting of aircraft carrier Liaoning has conducted take-off and landing drills in the South China Sea on Jan. 1, 2017. The formation, which is on a "cross-sea area" training exercise, involved J-15 fighter jets, as well as several ship-borne helicopters. (Photo source: Navy.81.cn)

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