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Officer education is less specialized and officers are exposed to a greater variety of command and technical courses. This means that graduates are able to perform in a greater variety of posts than in the past. Courses now cover non-military subjects, reflecting an understanding that officers need a wide variety of skills if they are to be effective managers. Simply understanding combat operations is no longer sufficient. Military exchanges have further broadened the perspectives of many PLA officers.
149 The FY series of meteorological satellites provide the PRC with an improved ability to monitor natural disasters and other environmental developments. With its two pass-per-day refresh rate, the FY series of satellites can provide regular updates. The FY1’s Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR), sensing in the visible, thermal infra-red, and near infra-red bands, can detect forest and grasslands fires. 150 Similarly, the PRC has used such information to support flood limitation units, as well as to predict both areas affected by drought and by flood.
54. 151 Chou Kuan-wu, “China’s Reconnaissance Satellites,” Kuang chiao ching, 16 March 1998, pp. 36-40, translated in FBIS-CHI, 8 April 1998. 155 The products from the FSW series have been used for cartographic surveys, as well as provision of basic geographic information. 157 Other Chinese Satellites. More recently, the Chinese have begun to launch several new series of satellites. These include the Ziyuan remote earth-sensing satellites, the Beidou navigational satellites, and several micro- and mini-satellites.
A Poverty of Riches: New Challenges and Opportunities in PLA Research by James C. Mulvenon, Andrew Yang