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Sunday, August 23, 2015

China to debut new armaments in military parade

J-31A GyrfalconAbout 84 percent of armaments to be displayed in China's Sept. 3 military parade have never been viewed by the public, a senior military officer said Friday.[Special coverage]

The Army, Navy, Air Force, Second Artillery Force and Armed Police will debut new weapons and equipment, said Qu Rui, deputy director of the Office of the Parade Leading Team and deputy chief of the Operations Department of the General Staff Headquarters.

All of the armaments are domestically produced, added Qu.

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