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Chinese Air Force Planes
International herald herald writer sea corporate governance, engage by special arrangement in Beijing foreign media reports, the Chinese aircraft carrier has been the hot topic in the ChangCheng long, as long as there is any trouble, and the media will have a report and the reading.
A few days ago, the British “Jane’s defence weekly reports the” Chinese aircraft carrier pilot training begins “message, that” this is the first time China’s military history to open this kind of training project, “which sources of information is the Chinese people’s liberation army (PLA) newspaper of the news.
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Japanese Fighter Planes
Mr. Saburo Sakai (1916-2000) was one of Japan’s leading ace pilots during the World War II. His book, “SAMURAI,” became very popular all over the world. After the war, he established a printing company and served as CEO. During his service as the CEO, he was also active as a speaker for young corporate strategies and executives in top executive seminars. He usually gave four lessons to be great strategists and executives based on his own experiences as a leading fighter pilot as well as a top executive. In this article, we will go over the four lessons.
Chinese Fighter Planes
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The Principle of Sung
One of the most important principles to the Internal Martial Arts is Sung (pronounced Soong). While no directly corresponding concept exist in the English speaking culture, a working translation would be using “least possible effort” in both the physical and mental efforts. Since Sung is foreign to western culture, and Read the rest of this entry »
Chinese Air Force Planes
When Third World Nations want to build an Air Force, as their dictators get more power thru exploiting their people, they often choose the Chinese K-8 Karakorum Jet Trainer. These Chinese aircraft have special RFID Tags in them and this information is given to the United States Military to track by satellites, thru a special deal to keep China as a preferred trading partner. It is an underpowered jet aircraft, which helps teach new jet pilots how to fly fighter jets. Why would a Third World Nation want an Air Force? Well, because they can afford one and perhaps Read the rest of this entry »