The J-16D, which has large electronic warfare (EW) pods on both its wingtips, would accompany other aircraft in their missions and provide EW support like jamming, deception, and even signals intelligence (SIGINT) or intelligence-gathering by interception of signals.
The WZ-7 will be used by the Chinese armed forces to conduct reconnaissance missions but according to Chinese military sources, it could be equipped with sensors suitable for designating naval vessels for targeting by anti-ship ballistic missiles and cruise missiles.
Good time to dust of / update that drone survival guide.
While you’re at it, re-read the Standard Operating Procedure for mitigating drones.
Keep thinking you’re safe while they’ve built an LSA inside the Southern Border.