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Xian H-6K

The H-6K, first flying on 5 January 2007, entered service in October 2009 during the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the People's Republic of China, and is claimed to give China its first proper strategic bomber. With a reinforced structure making use of composite materials, enlarged engine inlets for Russian NPO Saturn D-30KP-2 turbofan engines giving a claimed combat radius of 3,500 kilometres (2,200 mi), a glass cockpit with large size LCD multi-function display, and a reworked nose section eliminating the glazed navigator's station in favour of a more powerful radar, the H-6K is a significantly more modern aircraft than earlier versions. The bomb bay has been replaced by extra fuel capacity, and six underwing pylons for CJ-10A cruise missiles are fitted. The rear 23mm guns and gunner position are replaced by electronic components.

In January 2009, it was reported that an indigenous turbofan engine, the WS-18, was under development for use in the H-6K.[2]

1 Sinodefence.com

2.globalsecurity.org

8th BD   Guangzhou  11x9x  H-6K 01-16(20)  Leiyang 11193, 11196
10th BD Nanjing        20x1x  H-6K 01-12 (Anqing) 20016
36th BD Lanzhou      40х7х  H-6К 61-72(12) 40671

New Chinese aerial refueling tanker based on H-6K?

Xian HY-6K(Hongzhaji You-6K)

A new Chinese military aerial refueling aircraft that is converted from the H-6K bomber is seen on Yanliang airbase in Xi’an on Google Earth’s latest image updates of the site. Under-wing aerial refueling pods can be seen near the wingtips which differentiate this aircraft from the bomber version.

Public will get to see H-6K

The PLAAF will bring its newest bomber, the H-6K, to the Air Force Open Day at the Dafangshen Airport in Changchun, Jilin Province on Sept. 1, 2016. Also making its first appear in public are the KJ-500 AEW platform and the L-15(JL-10) advanced jet trainer.

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