The projectiles penetrated multi-layered “enemy defenses” hundreds of kilometers away and destroyed the “enemy target,” according to Chinese state media.

China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLARF) Missile Force has successfully tested two new types of precision conventional missile warheads in a desert region in the northwest of the country, reports the Chinese state newspaper. Global Times.

The outlet reported that the projectiles penetrated multi-layered “enemy defenses” hundreds of kilometers away and destroyed the “enemy target.” However, it did not reveal any further details about the type of missiles or the date of the test.

Last June, the PLARF put to the test its ballistic missiles DF-26, known as ‘murderers of aircraft carriers’, to enhance their strike capabilities.

The exercise included mock ‘live fire’ attacks with various missile launches and tested the rapid response capacity of the brigade involved, which had to move the projectiles between different locations and prepare them for another round of fire.

DF-26 missiles have a  range of 4,000 kilometers  and can be used to carry out both conventional and nuclear attacks   against land and naval targets.