• Latest Chinese Attack Helicopter Is Another Clone Of An American Helicopter

    March 23, 2024
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    First it was the Hughes 500 Little Bird, then the Sikorsky S-70, now a ripped off version of the AH-64 Apache

    It’s not well known that China legally bought civilian versions of the famous Little Bird and Blackhawk in the 90’s during the Clinton years. This is when the Elites thought China was the future.

    These were stripped down, civilian versions with no communications, weapons, nor self -defense secrets. But when painted dark and kitted out by the Chinese, they sure similar and in the first few minutes during a raid on Kinmen Island, the similarity to American Special Operations helicopters could cause confusion and lead to the Chinese being able to seize the Kinmen Airport.

    Now it gets worse. The new Chinese attack helicopter is an illegal rip off of the famous U.S. Army AH-64 Apache.

    The Chinese now have three helicopters that mimic three key U.S. helicopters. This is planned and intentional to cause confusion on Kinmen Island, the lead Taiwanese Island, only 4.000 feet away from Communist China. Not good.

    ColRetJohn Substack



    John Mills (Col, USA, Ret)

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    Bill Czacuga

    Did they happen to purchase any of these from the taliban in Afghanistan after the Biden administration wrecklessly abandoned our citizens, our service dogs, our Afgani friends who assisted our armed forces in action ? And finally how many Billions worth of battle ready planes ,choppers artillary and weapons that we're free for the taking. For either reuse against us and any of those nations still friendly with America or to sell to other nations that are hostile to America . Such as China ?


    but they are made with chinesium

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