Pla Modernisation And Likely Force Structure 2025 by Nagender Sp BishtPla Modernisation And Likely Force Structure 2025 by Nagender Sp Bisht

Pla Modernisation And Likely Force Structure 2025

byNagender Sp BishtForeword byP K Singh

Hardcover | August 7, 2015

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China is modernizing her military very rapidly and as her economy strengthens, the pace of military modernization is going to touch higher trajectories. This modernization would impact and alter the existing strategic environment in the world. In the region the impact will be more profound and will force her neighbors to rework their own military modernization programs, war fighting doctrines and their present position on relations with China and other regional powers and the US. Today, in addition to issues relating to human resource development, the biggest impediment is the availability of technology to develop new modern weapon systems and equipment. Will the drivers and trends of Chinese military modernization continue to be same or will there be changes? How will the modernization impact the PLA behavior, especially in its neighborhood? How will the neighbors react to this stupendous pace of militarization in the East Asia? What will be the role of Japan, Vietnam, India, Russia and US? How will china's restive periphery and PLA respond to the spread of Islamic fundamentalism? To correctly appreciate these changes, an in-depth understanding of Chinese military modernization is essential. This book is an effort in this direction and attempts to find some answers to the questions posed. The trends of modernization of the four services of the PLA have been analyzed and a capability suggested that the PLA is likely to have by 2025.
Colonel Nagender SP Bisht, a serving second generation Infantry officer was commissioned into the Jammu and Kashmir Rifles in 1990. He has served on the LC with Pakistan, LAC with China and participated in Op VIJAY in Kargil. He has a vast experience of counterinsurgency operations in South Kashmir as he commanded a Rashtriya Rifles co...
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Title:Pla Modernisation And Likely Force Structure 2025Format:HardcoverDimensions:252 pages, 9.28 × 6.3 × 0.82 inPublished:August 7, 2015Publisher:Vij Books IndiaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9384464503

ISBN - 13:9789384464509

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Preface Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction 1. PLA: Historical Perspective, its War Fighting Doctrines and RMA with Chinese Characteristics 2. PLA Army (PLAA) Modernisation 3. PLA Air Force (PLAAF) Modernisation 4. PLA Navy (PLAN) Modernisation 5. PLA Second Artillery Force (PLASAF) Modernisation 6. Dragon Fire and Indian Response Conclusion Appendix 1 Some identifications of formations and sub units in Chengdu and Lanzhou MAC Appendix 2 Deployment of PAPF in Chengdu and Lanzhou MAC Reserve formations/ units in the Chengdu and the Lanzhou MR Appendix 3 Present Deployment of the PLAAF Appendix 4 Modernization Trends PLAAF 2009 Onwards Appendix 5 Transformation of PLAN from 2007 to 2013 Appendix 6 An Analysis of the Military Balance and Equipment Holdings Annexure 1 Revolution in Military Affairs with Chinese Characteristics Bibliography Index