What does call 81192 mean? Call 81192 event review
April 1, 2001, South China Sea. In order to defend the airspace of the motherland, pilot Wang Wei collided with a US reconnaissance plane and was killed. The fighter No. 81192 was never able to return. 19 years ago, Chinese soldiers drove a not advanced plane and drank back the enemy at the cost of their lives.
Over the past 19 years, China's national defense force has become stronger every day than in the past! 81192, please return! The motherland is strong. We'll take you home. According to the news released on the afternoon of the 31st by the social media account "aircraft spot", which has long tracked the dynamics of U.S. aircraft, a P-3C anti submarine patrol aircraft of the U.S. Navy entered the airspace of the South China Sea via the bus Strait today. The aircraft number is 161587.
It is reported that this is also the fourth time that a US military plane entered the South China Sea this week. In addition, according to the news released by "aircraft watch", an ep-3e electronic reconnaissance aircraft numbered 157318 and radio call sign sw427 of the US Navy flew over the airspace of the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea on the 31st.