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South China Sea Man-Made Island

South China Sea man-made island naval base 3D model. Island is approximately 2.1km squared. Based on Woody Island in the Paracel chain in the South China Sea ("Yongxing" to the Chinese, and "Phu Lam" to the Vietnamese.) The island is controlled by the Chinese military, but also claimed by Vietnam and Taiwan. SAM and anti-ship missiles have been moved to the island in 2017. The 2.7km runway on the island is capable of landing 4th generation military jets.

This asset makes an ideal accompaniment to our range of Chinese ships and aircraft.

Texture Res: Island terrain texture at 6k x 6k. Generic concrete and forest textures at 512 and 256 square respectively. 3DSMax version contains procedural ocean surface, and render set-up (lights and cameras).

Buy it here - Woody Island Naval Base


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