Frigate Huangshan crashes through waves in South China Sea

Source:China Military Online Published: 2017/11/14 14:48:39

The comprehensive supply ship Luomahu (Hull 964) attached to a destroyer flotilla with the South China Sea Fleet under the PLA Navy provides alongside, astern and vertical replenishment-at-sea to the guided-missile frigate Huangshan (Hull 570) and the guided-missile destroyer Wuhan (Hull 169) in waters of the South China Sea in early November, 2017. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Wu Kangci)


 

Sailors aboard the guided-missile frigate Huangshan (Hull 570) collect supplies delivered by the comprehensive supply ship Luomahu (Hull 964) through a span wire during a replenishment-at-sea in waters of the South China Sea in early November, 2017. They are from a destroyer flotilla with the South China Sea Fleet under the PLA Navy. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Wu Kangci)


 

Sailors man the rails aboard the guided-missile frigate Huangshan (Hull 570) while approaching the comprehensive supply ship Luomahu (Hull 964) for a replenishment-at-sea in waters of the South China Sea in early November, 2017. They are from a destroyer flotilla with the South China Sea Fleet under the PLA Navy. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Wu Kangci)


 

The guided-missile frigate Huangshan (Hull 570) attached to a destroyer flotilla with the South China Sea Fleet under the PLA Navy crashes through waves in waters of the South China Sea during a maritime training exercise in early November, 2017. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Wu Kangci)


 

The guided-missile frigate Huangshan (Hull 570) attached to a destroyer flotilla with the South China Sea Fleet under the PLA Navy fires its main gun at simulated sea targets in waters of the South China Sea during a maritime training exercise in early November, 2017. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Wu Kangci)


 

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