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Chinese sailors form an honor guard during a welcoming ceremony on September 6, 2012 in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.
WASHINGTON – China tested the world's most powerful naval gun earlier this month People with direct knowledge of a US intelligence report are expected to be ready for war by 2025.
China's guns cost $ 25,000 to $ 50,000, according to intelligence agencies. Although it is not an exact comparison because the weapons have different technologies, the US Navy's Tomahawk Cruise Missile has an estimated price tag of $ 1.4 million each.
The US Navy, which is still far from operating, remains a classified system development under the Office of Marine Research.