New sea trials for the second Type 075 LHD of Chinese Navy


According to a tweet posted by Louis Cheung on 6 August 2021, some photos revealed new sea trials of the second Type 075 landing helicopter carrier, launched by Hudong–Zhonghua Shipbuilding on 22 April 2020.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 2nd Type 075 Landing Helicopter Dock of the PLA Navy (Picture source: Twitter account of Louis Cheung)


The Type 075 landing helicopter dock (Yushen-class landing helicopter assault) is a class of Chinese amphibious assault ship under construction by the Hudong–Zhonghua Shipbuilding company for the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN).

The Type 075 helicopter dock is a new generation of amphibious assault vessel and far larger than similar ships previously constructed for the PLA Navy. The Type 075 would give the Chinese navy the ability to launch various types of helicopters to attack naval vessels, enemy ground forces or submarines. The vessels will also be able to deploy landing craft and troops, plus house command and control operations.

The Type 075 has a full-length flight deck for helicopter operations and features a floodable well deck from which to disembark hovercraft and armored amphibious assault vehicles.

The LHD will have a displacement of 36,000 tons, a capacity of 30 helicopters, diesel engine with the 9,000 kW 16PC2-6B and four CIWS including two HHQ-10 and two H/PJ-11.

The H/PJ11 is a later and more capable development of the H/PJ12. The mount is of a similar design as its 7-barrel predecessor, but it is bigger since it houses a larger gun and more ammunition.


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