The Chinese have upgraded their technology in their military to an unbelievable extent. Gone are the days of conventional weapons and machinery that existed at the times of our grandparents. Here is a look at some of the most dangerous and well-equipped battle machines that the Chinese have crafted over the years. Since they are one of the three superpowers of the modern world with Russia and USA, China is not slowing down in their attempts to have top-notch security that guards and keeps the Chinese population safe.

The Chinese CH-805

This resembles the American B-2 bomber if you take a quick look. It has been developed by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation and is not meant for attacks. The military universities of China certainly waste no ideas or time to produce weapons that could help strengthen their safety and power.

The Chinese Flying Shark

The Chinese Navy’s Shenyang J-15 Flying Shark has gone for operations in the recent past. It is a descendant of the Sukhoi Su-33 Flanker that was produced in 2013. Reports have claimed that the J-15 will be produced in a limited range because the ski-jump does not allow fast speed.

China’s Nuclear Submarines

There have been several reports that three operational nuclear ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs) are in the hands of the Chinese. This opens a gate for strategic patrolling in the future.

The Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile DF-21D

This missile is regarded as the most threatening weapon to exist in the Asia-Pacific region for the US. It is also referred to as the ‘Carrier Killer.’ The medium-range DF-21D  had been manufactured specifically for the attack on American aircraft carriers.

The Pterodactyl Plane or CH-5

This aerial drone was developed by the Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group and was first flown in 2009. The Medium-Altitude Long-Endurance plan has also been adopted by several countries including the Egyptian Air Force in combat with ISIS in March 2007. The drone is for $8.5 million each and possesses a 4,400-mile range and 60 hours of flight time. Hopefully, the military insurance covers all of the bills.

China’s PLZ-45 Howitzer

This has been made use of by the Chinese, Algerian, Kuwaiti, and Saudi Arabian armies. It is a 155 mm self-propelled PLZ-45 which can house five crew members, or two loaders, a driver, commander, and gunner. It is worth $1.45 million per tank and can carry lots of weapons. There is a 155mm gun with a semi-automatic loader and a roof-mounted W-85.