BEIJING—The Chinese YJ-18 anti-ship missile made its first public appearance in the country’s Oct. 1 National Day parade, several years after its reported first deployment. Displayed in two ground-to-ship versions, the weapon was described by an official television commentator as a joint service weapon that can be easily hidden. It is also fitted to warships, launched vertically. The displayed versions were the original YJ-18 (simply designated as such) and the YJ-18A. ...

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