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Military Parade 1st of October

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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 16 Feb 2005, 02:51
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Post 27 Sep 2009, 06:30
I am surprised that no one has mentioned it, there will be a big miltiary parade celebrating the 60 anniversary of PRC. And I've found some pictures on the internet.

Here are pictures of vechicles assemblying for the rehearsal.
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Post 27 Sep 2009, 07:14
The actual rehearsal:
ZTZ-99A MBT
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ZTZ-96G MBT
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ZTS-04 AAAV light tank version
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ZBL-09 wheeled IFV
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ZTS-04 AAAV IFV version
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ZDB-03 Airborne vehicle
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ZSL-92 Riot control vehicle
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Type-89 Armoured command vehicle
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PLZ-05 SP 155mm Howitzer
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SH3 SP 122mm Howitzer
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PLL-05 SP 120mm Mortar
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PHL-03 300mm Rocket artillery
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HQ-9 Anti-tank missile
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PGZ-95 Air Defence
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HQ-7 Short range SAM
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YJ-83 Anti-ship missile
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YJ-62 Anti-ship missile
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HQ-9 Long range SAM
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HQ-12 Medium range SAM
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ASN-207 UAV
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DF-15 SRBM
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CJ-10 LACM
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DF-21C MRBM
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DF-31 ICBM
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Last edited by James Kennedy on 27 Sep 2009, 09:19, edited 1 time in total.
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Post 27 Sep 2009, 07:26
Possible formation order, the first number on each vehicle is the formation number, the second number is the vehicle number, a few of the formations listed below didn't have any pictures.

Vehicle Squadron No. 01 ZTZ 99 MBT
Vehicle Squadron No. 02 ZTZ 96G MBT
Vehicle Squadron No. 03 ZTS 04 AAAV (Army)
Vehicle Squadron No. 04 ZBD97 IFV
Vehicle Squadron No. 05 New 8x8 Wheeled IFV
Vehicle Squadron No. 06 ZTS 04 AAAV (Marine)
Vehicle Squadron No. 07 ZDB03 Airborne IFV (Airforce)
Vehicle Squadron No. 08 ZSL 92 Anti-riot APC (PAP)
Vehicle Squadron No. 09 PLZ 04 155mm SPH
Vehicle Squadron No. 10 New 122mm SPH
Vehicle Squadron No. 11 PLL05 120mm SP Gun-Mortar
Vehicle Squadron No. 12 PTL02 100mm SPA
Vehicle Squadron No. 13 PHL03 300mm MRL
Vehicle Squadron No. 14 HJ-9 ATGM
Vehicle Squadron No. 15 PGZ95 SPAAA
Vehicle Squadron No. 16 HQ-7 SP-SAM
Vehicle Squadron No. 17 YJ-91 ASM display-model (Navy)
Vehicle Squadron No. 18 YJ-83 ASM display-model (Navy)
Vehicle Squadron No. 19 YJ-62 ASM (Navy)
Vehicle Squadron No. 20 HQ-9 SAM (Air force)
Vehicle Squadron No. 21 HQ-12 SAM (Air force)
Vehicle Squadron No. 22 ECM (Air force)
Vehicle Squadron No. 23 Communication
Vehicle Squadron No. 24 UAV
Vehicle Squadron No. 25 Joint Logistic (Medical, Food, Water, OPL, and Bridging)
Vehicle Squadron No. 26 DF-15 Mod
Vehicle Squadron No. 27 DF-11 Mod
Vehicle Squadron No. 28 CJ-10 LACM
Vehicle Squadron No. 29 DF-21C
Vehicle Squadron No. 30 DF-31

The branch of service can be determined from the paint scheme
Army - Digital woodland camouflage
Navy - Marine camouflage
Air force - Digital urban camouflage
Second Artillery - Old woodland camouflage
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Post 27 Sep 2009, 10:11
There were rumors of a new Type-99 mod. tank to be shown, that got cancelled at the last moment. Any confirmation on this?
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Post 27 Sep 2009, 20:28
They look like toys :S
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Post 28 Sep 2009, 02:08
This shit is pretty ballza. Also this is an anagram of shit.
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Post 28 Sep 2009, 04:24
Where are the troops of the PLA marching? Where is Hu Jintao waving? Or is this parade just tanks? lol
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Post 28 Sep 2009, 08:41
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There were rumors of a new Type-99 mod. tank to be shown, that got cancelled at the last moment. Any confirmation on this?

==Rumours are just rumours, no one can confirm them, plus, no one really knows how many Type-99 mods are actually out there, or the difference between them, or their deployment status.

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This shit is pretty ballza. Also this is an anagram of shit.

==Are you on drugs again?

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Where are the troops of the PLA marching? Where is Hu Jintao waving? Or is this parade just tanks? lol

==I am pretty sure that I said this is the rehearsal, the actual parade is on the first of october.
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Post 02 Oct 2009, 12:39
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Post 03 Oct 2009, 00:57
Excellent videos, James Kennedy. Thank you for linking these.


I think part 7 is my favorite.
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Post 04 Oct 2009, 04:12
Nice to see china developing its own military hardware. But if its made like most things in china, indeed then they are toys.

They are most likely built up to the world standards for sure anyways.
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Post 05 Oct 2009, 02:40
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