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Xian dai jun shi = Conmilit
現代軍事 = Conmilit
Bib ID 1793656
Format JournalJournal [text, volume]
Description Xianggang : Xian dai jun shi chu ban she ; Beijing : Zhongguo guo fang ke ji xin xi zhong xin 
香港 : 現代軍事出版社; 北京: 中國國防科技信息中心 
v. : ill. ; 28 cm. 
Numbering Note Issues for <Nov. 1988-> called also <di 12 juan di 8 qi-> 
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Article title: 迈向现代化的澳大利亚海军 (Mai xiang xian dai hua de Aodaliya hai jun) by 邱浩兴 (Qiu Haoxing). Title translated into English: The Australian Navy is on the way to modernization. Periodical Title: 现代军事 (Xian dai jun shi) Conmilit. vol. 21, no. 11, issue 250, 1997: 52-54. Synopsis of Content: The introduction reads 'During the 1970s and 1980s, Australia held a naval advantage over neighbouring Asia Pacific countries. During the 1990s, however, the rapid economic development of East Asian countries allowed them to improve their naval capabilities. Over this period, the Australian navy's comparative advantage has been steadily dropping. In order to maintain a balance of power, the Australian navy plans to acquire major new equipment. By 2005, the total force capabilities will possess six Adelaide guided missile frigates, eight ANZAC frigates, six Collins Class submarines, and nine to twelve patrol boats'. The article also contains pictures of the naval vessels under discussion.

Article title: 澳大利亚舰艇编队首次访问青岛 (Aodaliya jian ting bian dui shou ci fang wen Qingdao) by 王松岐 (Wang Songqi). Title translated into English: The Australian naval fleet visits Qingdao for the first time. Periodical Title: 现代军事 (Xian dai jun shi) Conmilit, vol. 21, no. 11, issue 250, 1997: 6-7. Synopsis of Content: A brief article describing a visit by an Australian naval fleet to the northern Chinese port of Qingdao in August 1997. It describes the visit, including the social exchange between Chinese and Australian naval officers, as successful. Details the capabilities of the three visiting naval ships, HMAS 'Perth', 'Newcastle', and 'Success', and includes colour pictures. Background information: The China Defence Science and Technology Information Centre sponsor this journal.

Background information: The China Defence Science and Technology Information Centre sponsor this journal.

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Chiefly in Chinese; some English.

Description based on: 143 (11.88 i.e. Nov. 1988); title from cover

Frequency Monthly 
Subjects Military weapons -- Periodicals.  |  Military art and science -- Periodicals.  |  Military supplies -- Periodicals.  |  Military art and science.  |  Military supplies.
Form/genre Periodicals.
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    Collect from: Main Reading Room
    Call Number: OCS 8901 1235
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: no. 1 (1976 : Oct.)
    no. 9 - no. 42 (1977:July - 1980:May)
    no. 44 (1980:July)
    no. 46 - 61 (1980:Sept. - 1981:Dec.)
    no. 134 - 140 (1988:Feb. - 1988:Aug.)
    no. 142 - 168 (1988:Oct. - 1991:Jan.)
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