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alain57
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Message par alain57 le Mer 17 Juin 2009 - 14:44

Algeria buys Russian Yak-130 combat trainers

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/8104/

16:23 GMT, June 16, 2009 LE BOURGET | Russia's Irkut aircraft building corporation has agreed to supply
16 Yak-130 trainer/light attack jets to Algeria, the company's head said at the 2009 International Paris Air Show.
"We will have a contract with Russia's Defense Ministry for 62 aircraft, and we will supply 16 Yak-130 planes to
Algeria. Besides, applications for 150 Yak-130 have been received, about which we hold talks with [Russian state arms exporter] Rosoboronexport," Oleg Demchenko said.

Demchenko said the first Yak-130 to be delivered to Russia's Air Force in July is undergoing flight tests in the city of Nizhny Novgorod on the Volga.
"The first two planes from the Algeria contract are in the final assembly," Demchenko said.
Demchenko also said Irkut would complete the delivery of Su-30 Flanker-C fighters to Algeria in 2009.

"We have completed contracts for Malaysia - 18 planes. This year we are completing the delivery of planes to Algeria and continuing the delivery of planes and technological components to India," he said.

Irkut's exports in 2007 were about 20% of Russia's total armaments exports. In line with current contracts with India, Malaysia and Algeria, the corporation has shipped some 40 Su-30 MK fighters.

alain57
Whisky Quebec

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Message par alain57 le Lun 29 Juin 2009 - 10:45

24 F-16 block 52 for egypt

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/8328/

20:16 GMT, June 28, 2009 Egypt has requested the US to supply it 24 new Lockheed Martin F16 Block 52
fighter aircraft to upgrade its existing fleet.
Egypt's hosting of President Barack Obama's "mutual respect" speech to the Muslim world came at the
same time the Obama administration quietly was agreeing to Egypt's longstanding request to purchase some 24 F-16 fighters, according to a report in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

According to informed sources, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates relayed the commitment in his May 5 meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
The Egyptian request for Lockheed Martin’s F-16s and other munitions had been denied repeatedly by the former Bush administration over Egypt's record on human rights and democracy. Those munitions included the
Longbow Apache helicopter, mobile air defense systems and the Joint Direct Attack Munition which is a guidance kit that converts existing unguided or "dumb" bombs into "smart" munitions.

Lockheed Martin chief executive officer Robert Stevens confirmed that the company had been notified of the
Egyptian request.
The 24 F-16s would replace some of the other 220 F-16s of varying capability that Egypt has acquired on five separate occasions beginning in 1980 under direct U.S. Foreign Military Sales and through the
Netherlands and Turkey.
Egypt has been flying the F-16 since 1982, and received 220 of the aircraft by 2002 (42 Block 15 F-16A/B, 40 Block 32 F-16C/D and 138 Block 40 F-16C/D).

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Message par Invité le Lun 29 Juin 2009 - 15:15

Les deux premiers Eurofighter Typhoon livrés à la force aérienne royale saoudienne, commande de 72 à EADS
http://www.flightglobal.com/sectionhome/sectiondefault.aspx?NavigationID=190&CategoryID=10252&SlotID=5


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Message par Invité le Lun 29 Juin 2009 - 23:31

Modernisation et renforcement des forces armées sud coréennes.

Phase 3 : remplacement des F4 et F5, candidat : le F15 Silent Eagle.

Comme le F15 a raflé les phases 1 et 2.... Mais le JSF serait un candidat.
Aviation Week :

South Korea is in a race to modernize and strengthen its air force. A marker looming large in that contest is the takeover of operational control (Opcon) of all military forces on the Korean
peninsula by 2012.

Aviation in all its forms will play a major role in determining success in the effort. South Korea is fielding a formidable strike force, but still has far to go in the esoteric fields of reconnaissance, forward air control and airborne intelligence gathering, including cyber/network/information operations.

At the moment, Seoul’s defense ministry is deep in discussions about buying 3,000-lb. payload,
24-plus-hr. endurance Global Hawk unmanned reconnaissance aircraft to improve surveillance of North Korea’s troops packed into the areas just north of the capital, according to U.S. 7th Air Force officials.

The UAV’s 1-ft.-resolution electro-optical sensor and a new, large-antenna AESA (active, electronically scanned array) radar—operated from above 65,000 ft.—will make it easier to monitor North Korean tunnels. They’re tough targets because they are on the reverse side of mountains and hold many of the 13,000 tube and rocket artillery systems pointed toward Seoul, say U.S. military analysts.

South Korean officials say the decision was made during high-level talks in mid-May to sell Global Hawks to the air force for introduction during 2015-16. That’s a 4-5-year delay to an
earlier plan—derailed by a weakened currency—to field the capability by 2011, a year before the turnover of operational control. Global Hawk is a much-needed asset to supplement the South Korean air force’s four Raytheon-Hawker 800 and 17 RF-4C reconnaissance aircraft.

Meanwhile, the nation’s new F-15Ks are getting a rapid introduction. What officials here call the “Slam Eagle” won the F-X Phase 1 competition in 2002 over the Dassault Rafale,
Eurofighter Typhoon and Sukhoi Su-35. The Boeing design—an initial total of 39 aircraft—was chosen for the ease of integrating stockpiles of weapons already available to South Korea.

In Phase 2, the South Korean air force bought another 21 F-15Ks in 2007 (with delivery continuing through June 2010) to replace F-5A/Bs. These aircraft have compatibility with
the Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile and bunker busters, including the 5,000-lb. GBU-28 that was developed for the U.S. during the 1991 war with Iraq to destroy deeply buried command-and-control sites.

The F-X Phase 3 program is to provide 40-60 advanced multirole strike/fighters by 2014 to replace more of the air force’s aging F-4 and F-5 fleet. Proposed candidates so far are the
F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and reduced-signature F-15 Silent Eagle.

An even longer term fighter project is dubbed KFX. It is to be an indigenous design with twin engines and an internal weapons bay to keep the radar signature low, and is intended to
replace the last of the F-4s.



In addition to the 60 F-15Ks, the South Korean air force’s order of battle includes 169 KF-16s (built by Korean Aerospace Industries). In service or in delivery are 170 variants of the supersonic (Mach 1.4) T-50. These include the F/A-50, T/A-50 and T-50B for light attack, training, aerobatics and fighter transition.

Another category of interest is the KAI-built KT-1, a locally modified and produced variant of the PC-9 two-seat turboprop. The South Korean air force flies 85 of them as trainers. Another
20, designated KA-1, are modified for close air support and forward air control. This is a key mission for the South Korean air force and army as U.S. tactical air controllers (ground based) and forward air controllers (in aircraft) are reduced in numbers in proportion to
the U.S. troop drawdown on the Korean peninsula.

South Korea’s pilot training program consists of the beginner course with the T-103, basic course with the KT-1 (PC-9 variant) and for “battle-purpose aircraft” pilots the advanced course with the T-50, say senior air force officials. At that point, since 2008, students
transition directly to the KF-16. This system has reduced training time to 26 months from 32. Total flight time is reduced by 26% and the cost of training by 30%, say senior South Korean air force officials. In 2012, when the TA-50 is fielded, a lead-in fighter training course will be established.

The other route in pilot training is the “air mobility aircraft” for those who will fly transport
aircraft and helicopters.

While air force modernization is moving swiftly, few expect the roles and mission of the South
Korean air force to change perceptibly after opcon transfer on Apr. 17, 2012.

The primary goal is stable force management led by South Korea’s joint chief of staff. Seoul intends to maintain a strong air force that can minimize damage in the early stages of war. The plan is to efficiently manage combined South Korean/U.S. assets such as fighters, reconnaissance aircraft, strategic bombers and information/cyberoperations during combat.
http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/SKOR062909-2.xml&headline=South%20Korean%20Air%20Force%20Modernizes&channel=defense

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republic_of_Korea_Air_Force

pascal83
Whisky Quebec

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Message par pascal83 le Lun 27 Juil 2009 - 10:56

http://www.reuters.com/article/marketsNews/idINLR12262020090727?rpc=44

3 A330MRRT pour les saoudiens . Il se rajoute au trois commandé en 2007

jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

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Message par jullienaline le Jeu 10 Sep 2009 - 17:52

8 Hawker Beechcraft T-6A pour la Force Aérienne Iraquienne.

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/9733/

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jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

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Message par jullienaline le Ven 2 Oct 2009 - 22:27

Bonsoir à tous,

L'Inde envisage d'acquérir 50 Su-30MKI supplémentaires. Cela monterait le total à 280 appareils.

MOSCOW | India wants to buy another 50 Sukhoi-30MKI multi-role fighters, an Indian daily reported on Friday according to Russia's press agency RIA Novosti.

According to The Times of India, the 50 air-superiority fighters will come on top of the 230 already contracted from Russia in three deals worth a total of $8.5 billion.

The paper quoted Indian Air Force (IAF) chief Marshal P V Naik as saying his force was indeed "interested" in acquiring more Sukhois, which will be "the mainstay of India's fighter fleet for the foreseeable future, to further enhance its combat potential."

He stressed, however, that the acquisition was not "country or adversary-specific."

India previously said it was satisfied with the performance of Russian Su-30MKI fighters.

The IAF originally ordered 50 Su-30MKI aircraft from Russia in 1996-98 and an additional 40 planes in 2007. Hindustani Aeronautics (HAL) was also contracted to build 140 aircraft in India between 2003 and 2017 under a licensed production agreement.
http://www.defpro.com/news/details/10220/

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jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

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Message par jullienaline le Dim 11 Oct 2009 - 18:12

Bonjour à tous,

La marine russe passe commande de 24 MiG-29K embarqués.

Armements: la Marine russe achètera 24 chasseurs MiG-29K embarqués

MOSCOU, 9 octobre - RIA Novosti. L'aviation navale de la Flotte russe commencera en 2010 l'acquisition d'un lot de 24 chasseurs embarqués MiG-29K et MiG-29KUB pour le porte-avions Admiral Kouznetsov, a annoncé vendredi à RIA Novosti une source haut placée interne au ministère de la Défense.
Actuellement, l'aviation navale emploie des chasseurs Su-33 dont la durée de service expire en 2025.
"Bien que la durée de service de cet avion prenne fin en 2025, nous pensons déjà à les remplacer et projetons de commencer en 2010 l'acquisition de 24 appareils embarqués pour l'Admiral Kouznetsov", a expliqué l'interlocuteur de l'agence.
Selon la source, les premiers essais de ces chasseurs se sont déroulés avec succès. "Du 28 septembre au 2 octobre, deux chasseurs MiG-29K et MiG-29KUB ont décollé et se sont posés avec succès sur le pont du porte-avions", a indiqué la source.
http://fr.rian.ru/defense/20091009/123433318.html

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jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

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Message par jullienaline le Mer 14 Oct 2009 - 18:32

Bonjour à tous,

L'armée de l'air marocaine commande 24 Hawker Beechcraft T-6C trainer.

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/10491/

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jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

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Message par jullienaline le Ven 13 Nov 2009 - 13:54

Bonjour à tous,

Le Pakistan commande 36 exemplaires du chasseur de 4ème génération Chengdu J-10B. Je rappelle que c'est une reprise par La Chine du Lavi développé en son temps par Israel.

Pakistan Buying Chinese J-10 Fighters

Pakistan and China have been cooperating for a number of years on the JF-17/ FC-1 Thunder, a low-medium performance, low-cost aircraft that has attracted interest and orders from a number of 3rd World air forces. In November 2009, a long-rumored deal was announced for China’s Jian-10/ FC-20 4+ generation fighter, whose overall performance compares well with the F-16C/D Block 52 aircraft that Pakistan has ordered from the United States.
The J-10 has been reported as a derivative of the 1980s Israeli Lavi project, and reportedly incorporates an Israeli fly-by-wire control base that was transferred in the project’s early years. The change in relations that followed the Tienanmen Square massacre hurt the J-10 project badly, however, forcing the replacement of planned Western avionics and engines with Chinese and Russian equipment. The required redesign was very extensive, affected all areas of the airframe, and took over a decade, amounting to the development of a new aircraft. The first operational J-10 unit entered service with the PLAAF in July 2004.
China has reportedly ordered 100 J-10s to date. The initial Pakistani order is for 2 squadrons, but could expand as technical cooperation and orders increase. The $1+ billion sale represents the J-10’s first export order… but almost certainly not its last.
http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/Pakistan-Buying-Chinese-J-10-Fighters-05937/#more-5937

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/11/13/334681/pakistan-signs-deal-for-chinese-j-10-fighters.html

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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 21:18

Bonsoir à tous

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/11/17/335116/dubai-09-uae-signs-for-two-saab-340-based-early-warning.html



Dubai 09: UAE signs for two Saab 340-based early warning aircraft
By Craig Hoyle

Saab has announced receipt of a roughly SKr1.5 billion ($218 million) contract to supply the United Arab Emirates Air Force and Air Defence with two Saab 340-based airborne early warning and control system aircraft.

Announced on 17 November, the sale of the Saab Microwave Systems Erieye radar-equipped turboprops followed reports at the Dubai air show that the UAE was poised to order a gap-filler surveillance capability while it looks to conduct longer-term assessments on larger designs, such as one based on the Boeing 737 airliner.

"The [Saab 340] system will provide a detailed situational picture that can be used in conjunction with, for example, border control and rescue operations," says Saab. Its contract also covers the provision of associated ground equipment and logistics support.


Deux AEW sur base SAAB 340 en attendant mieux probablement.
En attendant mieux.

Bonne soirée


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jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

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Message par jullienaline le Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 21:31

Bonsoir à tous,
Bonsoir Poncho,

Il y a aussi cette commande de 25 Pilatus PC-21 par les EAU.

United Arab Emirates Selects Pilatus PC-21 Turboprop Training Aircraft



Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is proud to announce that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Air Force & Air Defense (AF&AD) has entered into a contract in excess of 500 Million Swiss Francs to procure a fleet of 25 PC-21 turboprop aircraft, together with an integrated ground based training system and a comprehensive
logistics support package.

After Switzerland and Singapore, the UAE is now the third country to revolutionise its training pipeline with the most modern and most advanced turbo trainer aircraft on the market today.

Delivery of the aircraft and the complete training system is scheduled to commence in 2011, paving the way for basic and advanced flying training in the UAE to be in line with the 4th generation equipment already in service in the front line squadrons, enabling the UAE AF&AD to continue to produce first class pilots for these demanding platforms.

The decision to select the PC-21 training system was made after an extremely tough and thorough evaluation by the UAE, which looked at all available options. It is a major success for Pilatus Aircraft Ltd in the Middle East and we believe it will encourage other forces in the region and beyond to take a close look at our pilot training solution.

As a partner to the UAE AF&AD for more than 25 years, in supporting the existing fleet of PC-7 trainer aircraft, this award is proof positive of the confidence and trust our customer has bestowed on Pilatus Aircraft Ltd for securing the future of their basic and advanced flying training requirements. Once Pilatus always Pilatus.

Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is committed to continue serving the UAE AF&AD with its world renowned dedication to Swiss precision and quality, through delivering and supporting the most advanced turbo trainer aircraft in the world the Pilatus PC-21.
http://www.defpro.com/news/details/11310/

Et pour résumer les deux commandes :

http://www.defensenews.com/story.php?i=4380234&c=MID&s=AIR

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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 19 Nov 2009 - 10:45

Du nouveau pour cette après midi ?

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/the-dewline/2009/11/dxb09-the-dubai-surprise.html


The Ministry of Defense for the United Arab Emirates has called a press conference at the Dubai Air Show on Thursday at 3pm.

The timing of the event -- scheduled for the show's fifth day -- is unusually late for a major announcement and especially aggravating for, um, certain aerospace journalists who (blush) took the red-eye flight to London last night.

What the MOD plans to announce is a mystery, but it could be any number of big things. I departed the Dubai Air Show after waiting in vain for three days for a major contract signing. As of yesterday evening, negotiations were ongoing for several major contracts. The announcement could involve contract signings for the Dassault Rafale, Boeing C-17, Lockheed Martin C-130J, Raytheon airborne standoff radar or Alenia Aermacchi M346. It could also involve something that we don't know anything about yet.

Gardons l'oeil ouvert


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jullienaline
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Message par jullienaline le Mar 24 Nov 2009 - 9:19

Bonjour à tous,

Le Japon envisage d'acquérir une quarantaine de F-35 pour remplacer ses F-4EJ.

Japan Mulls F-35 Purchase As Next Main Fighter Jet: Report

Japan is considering buying about 40 F-35 fighter jets as the future mainstay of the nation's air force, it was reported Monday.

Japan has officially been pacifist since World War II but has been gradually expanding the role of its military, in part because of concern over nuclear-armed North Korea and China's continued military growth.
The defense ministry will likely seek funds in the fiscal 2011 budget for the fighters, Kyodo said, citing unnamed sources.
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), being developed by the United States, Britain, Australia and other countries, is estimated to cost about 9 billion yen ($101 million) each, Kyodo said.
Japan initially aimed to acquire the F-22 Raptor, which is built to evade radar detection at supersonic speeds, to replace its aging F-4EJ fighter fleet, but the United States has announced a plan to halt production of the jet.
Japan has been looking at six models of aircraft, including the Raptor, the F-35 and the Eurofighter - designed by a European consortium.
http://www.defensenews.com/story.php?i=4389389&c=ASI&s=AIR

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Message par jullienaline le Ven 25 Déc 2009 - 18:44

Bonjour à tous,

La Russie vend 20 Mig-29 au Myammar.

Le Myanmar achète 20 MiG-29 (journal)

Le Myanmar achètera 20 chasseurs MiG-29 pour 400 millions d'euros, a rapporté mercredi le journal d'affaires Vedomosti en référence à une source proche de l'agence russe d'exportation d'armements Rosoboronexport.

D'après la source, l'offre russe l'a emporté sur celle de Pékin qui avait proposé aux Birmans ses chasseurs récents J-10 et FC-10 à des conditions très avantageuses. Dans les années 1990, l'armée du Myanmar avait été essentiellement équipée par Pékin, pour un total de 2 milliards de dollars, a rappelé la source.

"Il ne s'agit pas de la première livraison de MiG-29 au Myanmar qui avait déjà acheté 12 chasseurs en 2001, mais c'est le contrat le plus important après la résiliation en 2007 d'un marché prévoyant la livraison à l'Algérie de 34 appareils Mig-29SMT/UBT et que l'armée de l'air russe a commencé à racheter dès cette année, précise le journal.

Depuis la résiliation du contrat algérien un accord sur la livraison de six chasseurs de ce type a n'été conclu qu'avec le Sri Lanka en 2008. L'année dernière, le ministre russe de la Défense Anatoli Serdioukov a annoncé la livraison gratuite de 10 MiG-29 au Liban.
http://fr.rian.ru/economic_news/20091223/185720184.html


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Message par jullienaline le Dim 3 Jan 2010 - 10:51

Bonjour à tous,

L'Egypte commande 24 F-16 de plus.

Egypt Signs Deal To Buy 24 F-16s From Lockheed

NEW YORK - Lockheed Martin is to sell 24 F-16 jet fighters to Egypt in a $3.2 billion deal, a company spokesman said Dec. 29.

"We understand that the governments of the United States and Egypt have reached an agreement over a contract for military sale to provide 24 F-16s to Egypt," Lockheed spokesman Joe Stout said.
The company hoped to get the contract signed "early next year," he said, adding that the figure "was the amount in the agreement between the two countries."
According to Lockheed, the F-16 is flown by 25 nations. More than 4,400 aircraft have been delivered worldwide from assembly lines in five countries.
The latest Egyptian deal, to "supplement" the current fleet, had been in discussion for some time but was officially notified to the U.S. Congress in October, Stout said.
The Egyptian Air Force is the fourth largest F-16 operator in the world, according to defense industry reports. It began flying the F-16 in 1982, after years of using military equipment supplied by the former Soviet Union.
Shares in Lockheed Martin closed 1.27 percent higher Dec. 29 at $76.66 in Wall Street trading.
Relations have improved under President Barack Obama's administration. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak flew to Washington in August for his first presidential summit in the United States in five years, following differences with the Bush administration.
Obama chose to address the Muslim world in Cairo in June, vowing a "new beginning" for U.S. ties with the Islamic world and promising to end years of "suspicion and discord."
Egypt receives about $1.5 billion annually in U.S. aid.
http://www.defensenews.com/story.php?i=4437627&c=AME&s=AIR

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Message par jullienaline le Dim 14 Fév 2010 - 14:47

Bonjour à tous,

Peut-être 6 C-130J en plus des 6 déja commandés en 2007.
En tout cas, la base de l'Armée de l'Air indienne est dimmensionnée pour.

India intends to buy six more C-130J transport aircraft

NEW DELHI (PTI): Expected to acquire six additional C-130J 'Hercules' transport aircraft, India is likely to issue a Letter of Request (LOR) to the United States in this regard this year.

After the placement of the new order, the number of such aircraft ordered by the IAF will go up to 12 as under an inter-governmental deal with the US in 2007, India had ordered for six Lockheed Martin-built C-130Js worth around $1 billion, IAF officials told PTI here.

In the earlier deal, the IAF had kept the option open of procuring six more aircraft.Confirming the IAF's interest in getting six more aircraft, Lockheed's India head Roger Rose said, “We are expecting to receive an LOR soon from the Indian government for additional C-130Js.”. He added the company was already preparing the infrastructure for housing 12 C-130Js in special operations configuration at the Hindan air base near here.

The IAF operates a fleet of IL-76 heavy-lift and AN-32 transport aircraft and decided to procure the C-130Js for carrying medium loads of around 15-20 tonnes.Listing the induction of the first C-130J in first quarter of 2011 as his priority, Rose said the company was doing offsets worth around $ 300 million for the contract.He said the offsets obligations were being fulfilled by the company through investments in setting up training and simulation facilities for the aircraft in India.

On the scope of the C-130J in India, Rose said the paramilitary and special forces including the Border Security Force have shown interest, adding “we see a market for selling around 50 C-130Js in India.”
http://www.brahmand.com/news/India-intends-to-buy-six-more-C-130J-transport-aircraft/3165/1/18.html

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Message par jullienaline le Lun 15 Fév 2010 - 23:19

Bonsoir à tous,

L'Inde pourrait commander à la Russie un lot supplémentaire de chasseurs embarqués Mig-29K. Cette commande porterait sur 29 appareils en plus des 16 déja commandés.

L'Inde pourrait acquérir un lot supplémentaire de chasseurs russes (médias)

L'Inde pourrait acquérir un lot supplémentaire de chasseurs embarqués russes MiG-29K, a rapporté samedi l'agence d'information indienne IANS, en référence à un expert russe ayant requis l'anonymat.

Selon la source russe, ces avions seront destinés à remplacer les vieux Sea Harrier britanniques qui équipent la Marine indienne.

Ce contrat de près de 1,2 milliard de dollars pourrait être signé dans le cadre de la visite que le premier ministre russe Vladimir Poutine effectuera en Inde en mars prochain, selon les médias indiens.

Une source bien informée au sein des industries russes d'armements a indiqué de son côté à RIA Novosti que les négociations sur l'acquisition par l'Inde de 29 chasseurs MiG-29, en supplément aux 16 déjà achetés par New Delhi, étaient déjà en cours, mais que les parties n'étaient pas encore parvenues à un "accord définitif".

Cette information apparaît en prévision du salon d'armements terrestres et navals DEFEXPO INDIA 2010, qui ouvre ses portes lundi dans la capitale indienne, avec la participation de 30 pays. Cette année, le salon, selon ses organisateurs, sera surtout consacré aux armements navals.

L'exposition russe, d'une surface de plus de 400 mètres carrés, sera l'une des 10 plus importantes.
http://fr.rian.ru/defense/20100213/186052748.html

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Message par jullienaline le Mer 3 Mar 2010 - 18:28

Bonjour à tous,

Deux C-130J pour la Tunisie.

Tunisia signs for two Lockheed C-130Js

Tunisia has become the latest customer to commit to Lockheed Martin's C-130J Hercules, having signed a contract to acquire two of the aircraft.
Announced on 2 March, the deal will cover the delivery of two stretched-fuselage C-130J-30s in 2013 and 2014, says Lockheed. The company will also be responsible for providing an initial three-year logistics support package under the acquisition.
Lockheed says it signed a contract with the Tunisian defence ministry in Tunis during February, but has not disclosed the value of the transaction.
Flightglobal's MiliCAS database lists the Tunisian air force as having eight roughly 50-year-old C-130Bs and one newer C-130H in its active inventory. "The new C-130Js will support Tunisian operations across the mission spectrum, including relief efforts around the world, firefighting and traditional airlift sorties," says Lockheed.
Current C-130J operators include Australia, Denmark, Italy, Norway, the UK and the USA, while Lockheed also now has orders to supply the type to the air forces of Canada, India, Iraq, Oman, Qatar and Tunisia. The United Arab Emirates has also selected the type for a 12-aircraft tactical transport requirement.
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/03/03/338980/tunisia-signs-for-two-lockheed-c-130js.html

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Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par Beochien le Jeu 4 Mar 2010 - 17:43

Le F 35 , ça patine aussi, 2 ans de retard et qq PB de cdes sous jacents!
Pas étonnant qu'ils n'aient plus d'argent pour des Tankers performants!
Surprenant ... il y en a qui perdent leur poste ...

Pour une fois en Fr dans l'usine nouvelle !

http://www.usinenouvelle.com/article/deux-ans-de-retard-en-vue-pour-le-f-35-de-lockheed-martin.N127443

Des retards des deux côtés de l’Atlantique. Alors que les négociations
sur les surcoûts de l’Airbus A400M pourraient connaître leur dénouement
la semaine prochaine, l’US Air Force vient d’annoncer que le F-35 a de
fortes chances de ne pas être opérationnel avant fin 2015. Soit un
retard de deux ans. Le Pentagone, par la voix du secrétaire général de
l’armée de l’Air Michael Donley, incite Lockheed Martin à accélérer la
cadence, tout en maîtrisant les coûts.

Remplaçant à terme du F16, l’avion furtif souffre déjà de surcoûts,
notamment en raison des reports de commandes par plusieurs
gouvernements participant au financement initial – leur identité et
leur nombre n’ont pas été révélé. Huit pays accompagnent les Etats-Unis
: Grande-Bretagne, Italie, Pays-Bas, Turquie, Canada, Australie,
Danemark et Norvège.

Le F-35 Joint Strike Fighter représente le programme le plus coûteux du
Pentagone, avec un budget total de 708 milliards de dollars. Dans les
25 prochaines années, l’US Air Force prévoit d’en acquérir 2 500
exemplaires. Face au non-respect des enveloppes et du calendrier, le
secrétaire d’Etat à la Défense Robert Gates a limogé début février le
général chargé du projet et gelé une somme de 614 millions de dollars
qui devait être versée à Lockheed Martin

JPRS

jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par jullienaline le Sam 6 Mar 2010 - 17:04

Bonjour à tous,

L'Egypte va recevoir 20 F-16 supplémentaires.

Lockheed Martin Receives $213 Million Contract For 20 New F-16s For Egypt

Fort worth, Texas, March 3rd, 2010 -- The U.S. government has awarded an initial $213 million to Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] for long-lead tasks for the production of 20 new Advanced Block 52 F-16 aircraft for Egypt.
"This is a great day for Lockheed Martin and a testament to the enduring partnership and commitment we have made to the government of Egypt. We remain committed to providing our customer with a proven, advanced 4th Generation multirole fighter," said John Larson, vice president, Lockheed Martin F-16 programs. "This marks the 53rd follow-on buy of F-16s by 14 repeat customers. The aircraft we will deliver to Egypt will join the fleet of more than 4,400 F-16s representing 25 nations."
The new aircraft order includes 16 F-16Cs and 4 F-16Ds, and will supplement the Egyptian Air Force's (EAF) existing fleet of F-16s and contribute to the modernization of the EAF. The final Egyptian F-16 under this contract will be delivered in 2013.
Egypt was the first Arab country to purchaseF-16s through a Foreign Military Sales program called Peace Vector. The Egyptian Air Force received a total of 42 F-16s in its first order in 1980 and since then has purchased five more lots of aircraft, for a total of 240 F-16 Fighting Falcons.
http://www.lockheedmartin.com/news/press_releases/2010/100303ae_f16_Egypt.html

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Whisky Charlie

Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par jullienaline le Dim 28 Mar 2010 - 17:09

Bonjour à tous,

La Malaysie devrait signer en avril pour 4 CN-235 de patrouille maritime.

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/03/25/339819/malaysia-to-order-cn-235-maritime-patrol-aircraft-from.html

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Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par jullienaline le Dim 28 Mar 2010 - 17:35

La Roumanie choisit le F-16 au détriment du Gripen et de l'Eurofighter. Elle devrait acheter dans un premier temps 24 appareils d'occasion et ensuite 24 appareils neufs.

La Roumanie opte pour le F-16 aux regrets de Saab et d’Eurofighter

Bucarest va acheter 24 F-16 d’occasion aux Etats-Unis et pourrait acquérir 24 autres appareils neufs de Lockheed Martin. Vaincus, le suédois Saab et le consortium européen Eurofighter expriment leur déception.
Les Américains vainqueurs en terre roumaine. Pour remplacer ses MiG-21, Bucarest a annoncé cette semaine avoir choisi le F-16 de Lockheed Martin, au détriment du Gripen de Saab, de l’Eurofighter (EADS, BAE Systems et Finmeccanica) et du Rafale de Dassault Aviation. Le ministère roumain de la Défense a opté pour l’achat de 24 F-16 d’occasion et envisage d’acquérir 24 appareils neufs du même modèle, puis 24 F-35 à plus long terme. Les 24 avions de chasse d’occasion seront achetés aux Etats-Unis pour près de 1,3 milliard de dollars. Une somme comprenant l’assistance technique (3 à 5 ans), des simulateurs de vol, la formation des pilotes et des munitions. Les premiers appareils devraient être livrés en 2013. Le projet, validé par le conseil suprême de Défense, doit encore recevoir le feu vert du Parlement.

Saab s’est déclaré « surpris » de la décision roumaine. L’industriel suédois appelle le ministère de la Défense à soumettre toutes les offres en lice au Parlement. « Malheureusement, les forces armées roumaines risquent de se retrouver avec des rebuts », a déclaré un responsable de Saab, estimant que son offre est « de loin la meilleure dans une perspective économique, compte tenu des taux d'intérêts bas et de l'offset (investissements compensatoires) à 100 %. ».

De son côté, le consortium Eurofighter a exprimé sa « profonde déception » et regrette l’absence d’appel d'offres international, « selon la procédure standard dans les pays de l'Union européenne. Cela prive le pays d'une occasion de plus de renforcer ses liens avec l'industrie aérospatiale européenne, qui estime néanmoins que la Roumanie pourrait jouer un rôle important dans ce domaine, comme l'a prouvé l'investissement de l'un de nos partenaires à Brasov (centre) ». Allusion à la future construction (pour 45 M€) d’une usine de composants aéronautiques par la filiale d’EADS, Premium Aerotec.
http://www.usinenouvelle.com/article/la-roumanie-opte-pour-le-f-16-aux-regrets-de-saab-et-d-eurofighter.N128745

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Whisky Charlie

Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par jullienaline le Lun 16 Aoû 2010 - 22:29

Bonsoir à tous,

2 C-130J et un A320 pour Oman air Force.

http://www.reuters.com/article/idCNLDE67F1NN20100816?rpc=44

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Whisky Charlie

Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par jullienaline le Ven 8 Oct 2010 - 22:41



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Whisky Charlie

Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par jullienaline le Dim 10 Oct 2010 - 23:14

Bonsoir à tous,

L'inde devrait commander 4 P8I Poseidon de plus, s'ajoutant ainsi aux 8 déja commandés.

http://www.india-defence.com/reports-4597

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pascal83
Whisky Quebec

Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par pascal83 le Lun 11 Oct 2010 - 12:14

http://www.boursorama.com/infos/actualites/detail_actu_societes.phtml?num=12a542b454d42fb69cc1cbc55e40fa6f

L'inde reveindrai sur son premier choix qui est l'A330MRTT qu'elle trouve plus moderne que le russe et l'americain.

art_way
Whisky Charlie

Re: commandes miltaires divers

Message par art_way le Mer 20 Oct 2010 - 20:03

Washington annonce une vente d'armes géante à l'Arabie Saoudite


L'administration Obama a notifié mercredi au Congrès une vente "importante" d'avions et d'hélicoptères militaires à l'Arabie Saoudite, qui pourrait atteindre 60 milliards de dollars, a annoncé un haut responsable de la diplomatie américaine.Le plan prévoit d'autoriser la vente de dizaines de chasseurs bombardiers F-15 et de trois types d'hélicoptères (dont 70 Apache et 72 Black Hawk), a indiqué Andrew Shapiro, sous-secrétaire d'Etat chargé des Affaires politico-militaires.Il a précisé que cette vente "ne devrait pas dépasser 60 milliards", ce qui en ferait, si l'ensemble du contrat était réalisé, la vente d'armes la plus importante jamais réalisée par les Etats-Unis.L'accord permet en particulier la vente de 84 F-15 neufs et la rénovation de 70 autres.La livraison des armes sera échelonnée sur 15 à 20 ans.Le porte-parole du département d'Etat, Philip Crowley, avait justifié en septembre la coopération militaire avec Ryad par "les inquiétudes bien compréhensibles que l'Arabie saoudite et d'autres pays ont au sujet de l'émergence de l'Iran".Le Congrès a la possibilité d'amender et de retarder cet accord. M. Shapiro a dit ne pas s'attendre à une opposition d'Israël à la vente.

http://www.boursorama.com/infos/actualites/detail_actu_marches.phtml?num=1821b3e0a496fbd67721d4041146110e


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