Community data the Cox
Commission reported in 1999 that
the PRC had gained information on
the W-88, W-87, W-78,W-76, W-70,
W-62, and W-56 nuclear warheads,
plus some warhead casing designs,
which likely helped the PLA design
new smaller warheads for its DF-31
and JL-2 missiles.
handling her; suspected of having
passed along great knowledge of
U.S. operations and methods; may
have compromised past operations
parts of stealth coating outer skin,
engine radiation suppression area,
and guidance systems. These would
have helped China design its own
IR suppression on B-2 bomber; was
recruited to give lectures in China;
convicted of selling stealth
technology that helps PLA develop
new stealthy cruise missiles. USAF’s
B-2 bombers may now face new
dangers from PLA countermeasures.
Boeing cooperated with AVIC-1
officials and provided data on the
Space Shuttle, C-17, F-15, B-70,
Delta IV rocket, and up to 24
manuals for the B-1 bomber. He
also gave many lectures in China
on the Shuttle and aircraft stress
analysis issues, which would have
aided the PLA’s space shuttle and
to former Taliban regime for U.S.
Tomahawk cruise missile pieces, a
deal that almost led to diplomatic
relations with Taliban.
Patriot SAM technology to China;
U.S. source strongly confirmed to
author that “China has the Patriot”;
this helped the PLA to develop
advanced SAMs in the first decade
of the twenty-first century.
conductive material developed by
the U.S. Navy and used to improve
the performance of submarine
sonar. This has likely improved
PLA submarine and ship sonar.
engineer Peter Lee shared
advanced radar technology useful
in tracking submarines, and he
shared nuclear testing data that
could help the PLA develop
modern nuclear warheads.
since 1983; electrical engineer for
Power Paragon; when caught he was
preparing to ship data on U.S. Navy’s
Quiet Electric Drive, a key
technology for stealthier warships
and submarines. Mak was also tasked
to find technology on electric
catapults, which would have helped
development of new rail gun weapons.
- Richard D Fisher , China’s Military Modernization , Building for Regional and Global Reach”, 2008