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Tsiam-16
(歼-16)
Luī-hîng To iōng-tôo [en] kong-kik tsèn-tiò-ki [en]
Kok-tsi̍k Tiong-hôa jîn-bîn kiōng-hô-kok
Tsè-tsō siong Sím-iông hui-ki kong-si [zh]
Tsōng-thài Tong-ûn ho̍k-bū
Khí-tshoo iōng-tsiá Tiong-kok jîn-bîn kái-hòng-kun khong-kun [en]
Sing-sán kî-kan 2012–bo̍ktsên
Sing-sán ki-sòo 172+ tsettsí 2021[1]
Khai-huat lâi-guân Tsiam-11

Tsiam-16 (Sím-iông tsiam-16 (Sím-iông T-16); NATO tāi-hō: Flanker-K; ing-gú: Shenyang J-16) sī Tiong-kok sen-tsìn ê tē-4 tāi [en][2] siâng-tsō [en] siâng-huat to iōng-tôo [en] kong-kik tsèn-tiò-ki [en][3][4], iû Sím-iông tsiam-11 (pún-sin ên-tsū Gôlôsu ê Sukhoi Su-27 [en]), iû Sím-iông hui-ki kong-si [zh] tsè-tsō. Tsiam-16 iû Tiong-kok jîn-bîn kái-hòng-kun khong-kun [en] (TJKK) îng-ūn.[3]

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. International Institute for Strategic Studies: The Military Balance 2022, p.261
  2. Office of the Secretary of Defense. "China Military Power 2021" (PDF). p. 80. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Liu, Zhen (4 August 2018). "China's new J-16 advanced fighter jet 'targeting Taiwan' may soon be combat ready". South China Morning Post. goân-loē-iông tī 4 August 2018 hőng khó͘-pih. 12 November 2020 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  4. Bronk, page 38

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