А вот китайские руки что-то делают.
There are explicit discussions in PLA military literature and scientific journals on how to use ballistic missiles to attack deployed U.S. naval battle groups, particularly aircraft carriers. Indeed, the Second Artillery Corps is developing a new class of maneuvering reentry vehicles with this mission in mind.
The PLA seems to believe it is coming close to achieving a goal stated a decade ago—being able to attack a deployed U.S. aircraft carrier battle group with ballistic missiles. It is not clear, however, if the intent is to use conventional warheads or to conduct a nuclear attack. Nor is it clear if, in the event of a nuclear attack, the carrier battle group would be targeted directly or if a high altitude burst would be used to ensure that only electro-magnetic pulse effects are felt, destroying U.S. command, control, and sensor systems and clearing the way for a conventional attack.
Two officers from the Second Artillery Engineering College have studied how to modify a mobile trajectory for warhead reentry into the atmosphere to determine the effective range for attacking an enemy aircraft carrier with ballistic missiles. They conclude that providing terminal guidance will allow up to 100 kilometers of maneuverability for a warhead during terminal attack. They believe that a carrier “cannot effectively escape an attack within a short period of time.”http://www.defencetalk.com/.../China-Nuclear-Forces-Report-pub776.pdf
Кто китайские источники читает? http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/...
Tan Shoulin and Zhang Daqiao, “Effective Range for Terminal Guidance Ballistic Missile Attacking Aircraft Carrier,” in Qingbao Zhihui Kongzhi yu Fangzhen Jishu, Vol. 28, No. 4, August 2006, pp. 6-9.