That's a PLA-affiliated Defence University and not the equivalent of e.g. Sandhurst or West Point. The majority of the students won't go into any active service role after graduation and of those that do most are destined for technical arms or research centres.Found it:
The AARs from UN forces in Korea said the CPVA showed a great deal of flexibility and imagination, with tactical decisions being taken at quite low levels.From what I've read they adhere to the old Soviet battle plan doctrine in that the plan must be followed to the letter and no deviation from the plan is allowed.
Know what you mean , though I was going more for Austin Healey for some reason.There was some interesting kit on display. Lots of drones and tanks........do they work though?
I think his Limo looks like a big Morris Oxford from the 1960's.
3:22 in Looks like the B2 has been ripped off design wise
Correct, or should that be collect?That's a UAV or possibly a UCAV. Doubtless the design is a rip-off. As is traditional in China...