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PLA Navy commissions new comprehensive supply ship Hulun Nur

An advanced comprehensive supply ship Hulun Nur (Hull 965) joined the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy in southern China’s Guangzhou city on Sept.1, 2017.

Hulun Nur 965 is a new type of comprehensive supply ship independently developed by China using globally advanced technologies.

She is capable of conducting replenishment-at-sea with the aircraft carrier battle group or other ocean-going naval fleets.


Vice admiral Shen Jinlong, a commander of the PLA Navy, conferred the military flag and presented a certificate to the new ship.

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