The China Shandong (CV-17) ship in the harbor was found to have weird color traces on the flight deck, which was suspected to be severely damaged, which might affect the ship’s combat functions. Picture: Refurbished ‧The 27th Army Military Miscellaneous Talk Facebook/”by78″/SDF
The Facebook fan “New ‧27 Army Military Miscellaneous Talks”, which has long been concerned about international military power, published 2 satellite photos recorded as “May 9th” today (29th), referring to “China Shandong in Port of Perth ( CV-17) The ship, several structural damages were found, and serious damage occurred on the deck, which may seriously affect the combat function of the ship.” In the photo, a large area of circular shadow is especially circled, which seems to point to the damage on the flight deck.
In the Facebook fan special message area, netizens left a wide range of messages, saying nonsense, “Look at the exquisite and symmetrical circular radial burn marks, this is definitely a campfire party”, “Hurry up and cut a piece of cloth to cover it”, “The spokesperson said: Bullying the enemy’s large-scale ground simulation canvas covering the malicious P picture of OR foreign forces.” Some people speculated that “it looks like this was burned by the maximum jet fire of the engine when the fighter took off.” “It looks more like an oil spill that caused the deck to be burned cross-cutting.” Serious accident”.
However, according to expert research and judgment, the claimed “damaged location” did not show large-scale dark shadows. Instead, multiple small and multi-colored dots appeared horizontally, so the judgment was not damage. It should be a routine flight deck cleaning operation, which can only be completed by using the ship’s damage pipe ability and personnel. The dark gray part on the deck should be water marks during cleaning, and the multi-colored dots should be worn in different color vests and mobilized to scrub the deck. Personnel on board.
In fact, the Shandong ship was not notified of any patrols or exercises after it was confirmed by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy Spokesperson Gao Xiucheng on May 2 that it had conducted military exercises in the South China Sea. The latest message was the USS Reagan (CVN-76). )” The aircraft carrier entered the South China Sea on June 14. It was reported that the Shandong ship returned to its home port in Sanya, Hainan Island to “avoid forced collisions.”
The China Shandong (CV-17) ship in the harbor was found to have weird color traces on the flight deck, which was suspected to be severely damaged, which might affect the ship’s combat functions.