China Plan To Unveil H-20 Stealth Bomber at Air Force Anniversary 2019


China Plans To Unveil H-20 Stealth Bomber
At Air Force Anniversary 2019. Less than a week after Chinese state media
said the H-20 stealth bomber program was making “great progress,” there are now reports
that the People’s Liberation Army Air Force, might be planning to publicly reveal the plane
during celebrations the mark the 70th anniversary of its founding in 2019. It has also emerged
that the China showed off a logo featuring the silhouette of a flying wing-style aircraft
at a recent official gala promoting plans to establish a “first-class strategic bomber
division,” which may also be a nod to the up-coming H-20.
On Oct, 2018, the People’s Liberation Army Air Force’s own website published a story
regarding a morale-boosting gathering at an unspecified bomber unit assigned to the People’s
Liberation Army’s Eastern Theater Command. On the backdrop of the main stage of the event
was a logo featuring the outline of what appeared to be a tailless flying wing aircraft with
winglets. Details about the H-20’s exact design and
capabilities remain limited, but experts have widely described it as a flying wing type
that is broadly similar to the U.S. Air Force’s B-2 Spirit stealth bomber. Since the silhouette
does not clearly reflect any existing China aircraft, bombers or otherwise, it is possible
that it could be a reference to the future stealth bomber.
Regarding the H-20’s possible participation in a China anniversary parade. A China Central
Television broadcast in August 2018 had been the first to officially use the bomber’s
nomenclature and the presenter reaffirmed that the plane was a “new long-distance
strategic bomber,” which many took as an indication that the design was increasingly
mature. It is important to note that China’s own
report on the gala did not make any reference to the H-20. The other state-media reports
did not include any official, on the record statements from Chinese government officials.
The logo’s appearance, along with the rumors of the H-20’s up-coming public debut in
2019, is also just the latest in a string of semi-official public references to the
new bomber since May 2018. The graphical design could reflect the service’s plans for the
H-20, or the development of advanced aviation capabilities in general, without necessarily
being an accurate depiction of the aircraft’s actual design.
Of course, it is also entirely possible that the Chinese government is allowing this speculation
about the H-20 to run in state media outlets simply as a way of posturing against the United
States. U.S.-China relations are at their coldest point in recent memory over a host
of intersecting disputes. Experts believe that the H-20’s development
first started in the late 1990s or early 2000s and could actually be in service by around
2025. With this time frame in mind, a first flight in the next year would be well in line
with known development schedules. The B-2 first flew in 1989 and reached initial operational
capability in 1997. H-20 with a speculated unrefueled range of
up to 5,000 miles and the ability to carry at least 10 tons of weapons, including nuclear-capable
land-attack and conventional anti-ship cruise missiles, the H-20, if it were to become a
reality soon, could represent an entirely new and credible threat to U.S. All of this
could easily put the United States, as well as its defense industry, on the defensive,
as it seeks to develop countermeasures to the new Chinese capabilities.
Still, actually showing off the H-20 would have a far more pronounced impact on these
fronts. China similarly sent waves through international defense communities. So, while
it still remains to be seen whether these reports and rumors will actually lead to the
H-20 emerging in public in the coming year, the Chinese do appear to be increasingly setting
the stage for a big reveal. Bring the H-20 out into the light?
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  1. It is "very convenient " for China , just copy, steal designs and techs of The US bomber…. but FAKE ONES have never been as good as the real ones
    Shame on China .

  2. Bruh hats off to Russia at least they're original. China always copy us (US) How the fuck they going to copy us and expect to beat us with that cheap bs?!

  3. If the Chinese drive jet fighters, like they drive cars, they aren't going anywhere. facts speak for them self.

  4. Its already a super powers.That why AMERICA start a trade war.Shame on you AMERICA. If you can't catch up just LISTEN and watch.Don't be JEALOUS.

  5. Sorry but this people need to do their own style shame on them they need to steals models from others country to survive and stay in the race the for me they not count!they not have there own stuff EVERYTHING is stolen from Russia the is been use by them to have some nice weapons or hacking in stuff from USa for steal some frame for airplanes this is the people Whit no name because they have no creativity at all!!!!!

  6. Another cheap Chinese copy of Americas B-21 stealth bomber. If china is so technologically advanced WHY OH WHY is china copying American technology.

  7. PLA STAND FOR ( PEOPLE LOSER ARMY )
    CHINA BIG ( C ) STAND FOR COPY COPY COPY CHOWMEIN PEOPLE THEY LEARN HOW TO COPY INSIDE THE MOTHER STOMACH
    BEFORE THEY COME OUT.
    CHINA 1.3 OR 1.4 BILLION PEOPLE THEY HAVE ELEPHANT HEAD PEANUT BRAIN SO THEY HAVE TO BORROW USA BRAIN
    MADE IN CHOWMEIN ONLY ONE WORD AND ONLY ONE EITHER COPY OR
    VERY SUCK .2018 YOU GUY SHOULD START USE YOUR OWN BRAIN
    GOOD LUCK TO YOU CHOWMEIN.

  8. I'm not convinced about China's military technologies.
    China has a cultural disposition to just go along. Faults and missteps are swept under the table. Problems are ignored and wished away. That is absolutely no attitude to become technologically superior.

  9. The H-20 might be using four turbo-scram jet engine to fly at mach 6 speed.The H-20 will used a graphene-aluminum alloy fuselage,wings ,tail and a graphene-titanium alloy airframe like the C919

  10. This is what America gets for leaking images of the b-21 china jumped on that like pigeons to bread and copied the shit out of it

  11. US MUST DESTROY evil china's economy !.
    2000 000 000 hungers will panc, no money to buy " war toys " from Russia !.
    This is china ' s HELL DREAM !.

  12. No point being technologically advanced when you've already list the space race, unless you think you can dig up from the fabric of the earth something to challenge the powers of the universe. New Chinese bomber just to threaten Japan.

  13. My goodness, I bet they get through a serious amount of tracing paper in china, why is it the Chinese won't buy Chinese cars? check out that Land Wind X7 it's just like a Range Rover

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