Rising aircraft accident rate is sign of China flexing military might: Experts
Defence and military experts are of the view that the frequent aircraft mishaps taking place in China and in its immediate neighbourhood should be seen as Beijing flexing its military might, rather than as incidents that will bring down the morale of that country’s defence forces.
In an article published by the Singapore-based The Straits Times, while the PLA does not openly report such incidents, there have been at least seven known crashes that have taken place in the last two years. They include one that took place last November that killed Yu Xu, one of China’s first female fighter pilots and the latest crash involving a J-15 aircraft carrier-based fighter jet that claimed the lives of 12 crew members.
Source : https://www.aninews.in/news/world/asia/rising-aircraft-accident-rate-is-sign-of-china-flexing-military-might-experts201802131242550002/
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