BEIJING, Sept. 22 (Xinhuanet) -- Chinese Navy's East China Sea Fleet has held a three forces military landing drill. It involved land, navy and air forces, to enhance their coordination capabilities.
Jin Hang, Chinese Navy, said, "The joint drill breaks the traditional combination of the three forces. It adopts a flexible combat mode. The drill has effectively examined our comprehensive landing abilities."
The drill involves dozens of landing ships. They carry armored troops, air forces and anti-air troops. The landing formation successfully broke rival army blockades, and transported troops to a landing area.
The drill also featured a combined command system. It aimed to test the coordination abilities of the different forces under a real-fire condition.
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