Rare glimpse of life aboard the aircraft carrier Liaoning | South China Morning Post

Rare glimpse of life aboard the aircraft carrier Liaoning | South China Morning Post

The People’s Liberation Army Daily has revealed what China’s first carrier, the Liaoning, looks like on the inside.

Western naval and shipbuilding experts say the hull’s design is totally different from that of the ship from which it was adapted, the Soviet Kuznetsov-class carrier Varyag.

High-resolution pictures carried by the newspaper yesterday showed areas such as the canteen, laundry room, broadcasting studio, post office, supermarket and medical centre, while feature stories explained how sailors on board had been trained and how they live.

via Rare glimpse of life aboard the aircraft carrier Liaoning | South

China Morning Post.

Not a bad little bit of PR. I’d be a little more impressed if it was a non-Chinese source, and showed berthing, the bridge, and engineering spaces.

7 thoughts on “Rare glimpse of life aboard the aircraft carrier Liaoning | South China Morning Post”

  1. Not a single Diversity lecture of sexual harassment class. How could they possibly win? Why I bet they even practice with GUNS. Tsk-tsk.

  2. …and practice with the same gun every time. I wonder if THEY have bowling alleys on board.

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