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nnj ultra barking in the glory of it massive World War two parade China's military now has serious like a hand official freight three hundred thousand troops will be taught by the end of twenty seventeen and they try to modernize its forces but in Beijing senior correspondent and Blanshard report ringing change could be easier said than done they've got to get away from the old way of thinking that it's quite deeply ingrained in the military without thinking about how they can be a more professional Morgan army and if you've got people in the leadership structure hoping that twenty thirty forty years were only used one where doing things , when I was on the parklands around because you got to do it another way that's going to be a very big challenge for the big challenge for those still in the job what about the soldiers who were headed for the exit are one of the problems here of course is how do you make sure that three hundred thousand people who are effectively are going to be losing their jobs but then leave the military and go into the streets and have nothing to do with military will be very aware that only forty that they will spend money on retraining programs and looking off-again through our how they deal with that certainly going to be a challenge thinking plans to spend big on equipment like golf yet anti satellite missiles role in soldier salary but ineffective fighting force in the only thing on China's military agenda cleaning up top level corruption is another issue priorities that's been no mean feat bribery and graft have plagued bolted for decades shaking the military's reputation littering and scandal feel the job cops Beijing and other military reform will happen in a quote step by step manner