According to the Tianjin Binhai Aircraft Carrier Theme Park (in Tianjin City, China), the reparation project of the destroyers and submarines dock has been completed. A carrier battle group is expected to be composed before the end of the year. The Tianjin Binhai Aircraft Carrier Tourism Group is also planning to dredge the northern and southern docks of the Kiev aircraft carrier this year. More retired escort ships, supply ships, and other weapons and equipment resources will be added, in order to create a world-class island military cultural experience.
The park is planning to assemble the aircraft carrier battle group this year and to develop the northern and southern islands. Currently, the basin and channel dredging projects are on track, while the preparation work at the pier, for a few naval crafts, has started and is expected to be completed in September 2016.
In addition to the aircraft carrier battle group, the park will add a new and popular live performance -- "Ultimate Hyun Leap" to its list of "Speed stunt," "Parade," and "Russian style song and dance." Moreover, international top riders from Australia will continue to challenge the “motorcycle air leap,” “fancy flip,” “360 flip,” “separation of people and vehicles,” and other difficult stunts.
The park has also upgraded the original live (Counter-Strike) CS field to an operating area of 100,000 square meters (25 acres) outdoor and 1,600 square meters (0.4 acres) indoor, making it the largest CS field venue. The Park will also add indoor children street fighting, as well as children-children battle, children-parents collaborative battle, hostage rescue and other games venues and facilities. There will be professional instructors who will explain to the gamers how to use weapons and employ tactics to make the battles look more realistic. The upgraded CS Live field will be the country's largest, most diverse and highest-tech field.
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