reply to post by 0zzymand0s
Whose to say that China wouldn't employ the services of Russia along with other rogue nations that are against America?
I am certain that such nations would side with China and quite possibly already have. It wouldn't be to too difficult to encourage or force such
nations to allow Russia or China to house their planes.
PLAAF Transport Aircraft
Y-5 - Licensed copy of Russian Antonov An-2, made since 1950s. Light utility/transport aircraft (Cold War) Sino Defense Today
Y-7 - Copy of the Russian An-24, Y-7H based on An-26 (Cold War) Sino Defense Today
Y-8 - Copy of the Russian An-12 (Cold War) Sino Defense Today
Y-8-F600 - Modernized Y-8 Transport (Modernized) Sino Defense Today
Y-9 - Multi-purpose transport aircraft under development (Under Development) Sino Defense Today
IL-76MD - The PLAAF imported a number of Ilyushin IL-76MD medium-range transport, and the IL-78 trankers in 1990s & 2005. (Modern) Sino Defense
China's invasion doesn't have to come from conventional troops transports.
The Y-5 is able to be converted into a seaplane which can be used in the North where after the icebreakers have broken apart the ice caps the Y-5
would be used to deploy Chinese or Russian troops brought into the area via submarine.
The Y-8 is another smaller version of a transport that can get troops into areas using sucluded landing strips.
With 120 Y-8 currently in use by the Chinese they could use thesee planes to launch upto 10,000 airborne paratroopers from along with using 10 of
these planes as cargo planes that would bring 2000 tons of cargo along with them.
The Y-9 has even greater capabilities of ferrying 25 tons of cargo as well as upto 132 armed paratroopers to drop them into an area or 106 seats for
With 50 of these planes the Chinese could land another 6000 plus airborne troopers into America with.
If you read about the II-76 it would be the workhorse that China and Russia would use to bring troops and equipment in from over the top of the North
Pole. the Il-76 was designed for delivering heavy machinery to remote, poorly-serviced areas of the USSR.
This means that it was built to land almost anywhere where a flat area of land is present. The Midwest has alot of such and and long expanses of
highway that would accomodate this aircraft very nicely.
Its also clear Ozzy that you do not have any clue about warfare other than from what you see in the movies. We'll all be laughing at you through our
rifle scopes while you sit in the Chinese Internment camp.