The world does not have much details about the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China. Communist China neither releases the figures of its soldiers nor gives information about the weapons used by the soldiers. In such a situation, many secrets of the Chinese Army’s PLA have come to the fore from a document issued by the US Army.
The document released by the US Army related to the Chinese Army has been named ATP 7-100.3. This document is of 252 pages. It tells about the structure and capability of the Chinese army. The document has been designed for the training of the US Army. With its help, one can also study about the Chinese army.
It has been told in the report that the decisions that China considers defensive, they are aggressive for other countries. The decision to build an artificial island in the South China Sea is a perfect example of this. However, the document mentions only about the Chinese army. America has prepared this report after continuously watching the Chinese army for 20 years.
3 Commands of China’s Army
- light-vehicle army
- heavy-handed army
- armored vehicles
China will replace all old weapons by 2035,
news agency ANI has released parts of the document. According to this, the Chinese government is currently converting old weapons into new ones by spending money on the army. It is expected that by 2035, China will replace all its old weapons. China’s army is ahead of the US Army in terms of military vehicle. China also has 18 reserve force units, but they are not considered ready for war.
Important brigades get new weapons
The most important brigades of the Chinese Army are given new weapons first. The weapons emptied from these pass to the less important brigades. Recently when there was a skirmish between the soldiers of India and China in Ladakh. Then China sent new military equipment to the Xinjiang Military District on the India-China border.
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