China’s Advanced Drone Facts, Protect the South China Sea from the US

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —

China is showing off advanced drones or their unmanned aircraft CH-6 allegedly prepared to guard the United States (US) in the region South China Sea.

These drones will be used to improve reconnaissance and carry out more precise strikes against military targets.

One of them is a sophisticated drone without a crew (random aircraft/ PUNA) CH-6 which is rumored to be able to spy and launch attacks.

In addition, this PUNA can also fly very agile up to a maximum speed of 800 kilometers per hour. In addition, this unmanned aircraft can also be removed, both engines and wings.

PUNA CH-6 is one of the military forces exhibited by China at the China Airshow in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province until Sunday (3/10).

In addition to the CH-6, the event also showcased the PUNA WZ-7 drone and J-16D fighter jet which can interfere with the functioning of electronic devices. This jet is said to be a competitor to the United States Navy’s Boeing EA-18G Growler.

Malcolm Davis, a senior analyst specializing in China security at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute in Canberra, Australia, said the two Chinese drones could enhance China’s attack capabilities and defense tactics, especially in the South China Sea region.

“Operationally, these platforms – the WZ-7 and CH-6 – will be used alongside Chinese drones and other autonomous systems, as well as piloted aircraft, to provide reconnaissance and attack capabilities against US and allied forces operating in the Indo-Pacific,” it said. Davis, as quoted SCMP.

Furthermore, according to Davis, the PUNA-PUNA is designed for surveillance and reconnaissance, and is designed to detect and track US naval forces.

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