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sevrien
Whisky Quebec

Rolls-Royce military

Message par sevrien le Mer 22 Avr 2009 - 9:24

Bonjour, chers tous ! "Calling Mission Control" !

Lien : http://www.rolls-royce.com/defence/news/2009/210409_missioncare_marine_corps.jsp
Rolls-Royce awarded $106 million Missioncare™ contract for KC-130J engine support to U.S. Marine Corps
Tuesday, 21 April 2009
Rolls-Royce today announced a $106 million MissionCare™ contract with U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) to provide support for Rolls-Royce AE 2100D3-powered KC-130J tanker aircraft, flown by the United States Marine Corps (USMC). The contract covers one base year plus three option years and is the second AE 2100D3 support contract Rolls-Royce has been awarded this year.

Contrat intéressant pour RR.
Dennis Jarvi, President Defense North America for Rolls-Royce, said:
“Rolls-Royce has been providing support services to the USMC KC-130J program since 2003 and we are pleased to build on that long standing relationship. MissionCare will deliver improved mission readiness with more predictable costs to the USMC, supporting the propulsion system throughout its entire lifecycle.”

Le Militaire commence à voir certains avantages de choses qui existent das le Civil !
MissionCare is a comprehensive engine-care program customized to meet the needs of Rolls-Royce defense customers. The KC-130J MissionCare contract is truly "power by the hour” - a single contract line item number is used to pay a fixed price based on aircraft hours flown. Contract performance is measured almost exclusively against the fleet-driven performance metric of engine availability.

Ceci peut donner, évidemment, une grande sécurité, .. un 'confort'... aux Militaires sur les plans purement militaire...... et budgétaire.
Under the terms of the agreement, which is administered by NAVAIR at Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, Maryland, Rolls-Royce will provide engine management, support, trouble shooting, parts supply and logistics support for the aircraft, operating at three U.S. Marine Air Stations: Miramar, CA, Cherry Point, NC and Okinawa, Japan.

Pas mal ! Et ces contrats militaires sont bien utiles pour la stabilité du "business" de RR !

alain57
Whisky Quebec

Re: Rolls-Royce military

Message par alain57 le Mer 13 Mai 2009 - 18:57

Bonsoir je propose (naturellement après accord de Sevrien et des admins) de rebaptiser ce sujet .. ROLLS-ROYCE moteurs militaire ..


Dernière édition par alain57 le Mer 13 Mai 2009 - 23:33, édité 1 fois

alain57
Whisky Quebec

Re: Rolls-Royce military

Message par alain57 le Mer 13 Mai 2009 - 18:58

Rolls-Royce signs $75 million contract with Royal Malaysian Air Force on Adour fleet

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/7405/

08:34 GMT, May 13, 2009 Rolls-Royce has signed a £75 million MissionCare™ contract with the Royal
Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) to support the Adour engines which power its fleet of Hawk aircraft.

The five-year contract covers the overhaul of the fleet of 26 Adour Mk871 engines, an annual training programme for RMAF engineers and the calibration, maintenance and re-certification of the Adour test bed located at the Kuantan Air Base. The RMAF will also be supported by an in-country technical representative and have access to the Rolls-Royce Operations Centre for 24/7 technical support.

The RMAF operates both the trainer and light combat variant of the BAE Systems Hawk and is a leading operator of the Adour Mk871, accumulating over 43,000 flying hours on the engine.

Commenting on the new MissionCare agreement Benjamin Downing, VP Customer Business at Rolls-Royce
Defence Aerospace, said: “This long-term MissionCare contract has enabled Rolls-Royce to provide the RMAF with improved support and capability and the additional benefit of a predictable budget cycle.

“The Adour has been a hugely successful engine and we believe that there are great opportunities for
Rolls-Royce to further improve the support and performance of the installed fleet by partnering with customers like the RMAF to develop innovative solutions.”

General Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Azizan bin Ariffin, Chief of Royal Malaysian Air Force commented: “Rolls-Royce has been instrumental in assisting the RMAF to adopt the most suitable solution for its Adour Mk871 engines. We are confident this excellent partnership will continue towards generating a genuine ‘win-win’ situation for the coming years.
“Rolls-Royce has made a major contribution to the Malaysian aerospace industry. The longstanding professional relationship between the RMAF and Rolls-Royce has seen many significant achievements and the long-term effects have been outstandingly beneficial to both parties.”

Rolls-Royce has had a significant presence in Malaysia for many years, since Rolls-Royce aero engines first powered the Comet and F27 aircraft in the 1960s. Today, the company’s extensive product range is active in
Malaysia across all four of its business sectors: civil aerospace, defence aerospace, marine and energy, with Rolls-Royce products available on more than 220 platforms.

The Adour engine is produced by Rolls-Royce Turbomeca, Europe’s longest-running aerospace joint venture. Since its launch over 2,800 Adour engines have been delivered to date, accumulating over seven-and-a-half
million flying hours.

The Royal Malaysian Air Force operates a number of Rolls-Royce engines, including the Viper, Spey, T56 and Model 250. In addition it has also ordered the Airbus A400M aircraft, powered by the TP400 engine which
Rolls-Royce produces with its partners as part of Europrop International. The Royal Malaysian Navy flies the Super Lynx helicopter which is powered by the LHTEC T800, a Rolls-Royce partnership engine with Honeywell.

sevrien
Whisky Quebec

Re: Rolls-Royce military

Message par sevrien le Mer 13 Mai 2009 - 20:57

Alain57, ....et merci pour ce post ! J'allais poster l'annonce de "RR Defence", sous lien :
http://www.rolls-royce.com/defence/news/

Wednesday, 13 May 2009
Rolls-Royce has signed a £75 million MissionCare™ contract with the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) to support the Adour engines which power its fleet of Hawk aircraft.

C'est l'endroit pour le classer qui semble poser des problèmes !

Est-ce que les Admin -Mod. ne pourraient pas nous trouver une rubrique / un topic, pour héberger les réacteurs d'avions de chasse, ou des "jet trainers", .... par exemple, y afférents ?

alain57
Whisky Quebec

Re: Rolls-Royce military

Message par alain57 le Mer 13 Mai 2009 - 23:35

Merci.

sevrien
Whisky Quebec

Re: Rolls-Royce military

Message par sevrien le Jeu 14 Mai 2009 - 0:13

Oui ! Merci ! Very Happy

sevrien
Whisky Quebec

Re: Rolls-Royce military

Message par sevrien le Mer 27 Mai 2009 - 10:45

Bonjour, chers tous ! Bonne nouvelle pour RR !

Lien :
http://www.rolls-royce.com/defence/news/2009/c130j_contract.jsp
Rolls-Royce awarded $80 million contract for C-130J engine
Wednesday, 27 May 2009
Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has been awarded a contract worth $80 million by the U.S. Air Force to provide AE 2100D3 spare engines and parts to power Lockheed Martin C-130J military transport aircraft for the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Marine Corps, the Royal Norwegian Air Force and the Indian Air Force.

Commande sympathique !
Dennis Jarvi, President Defense North America for Rolls-Royce, said: “Rolls-Royce is proud of its long-standing relationship with our Air Force and Marine Corps customers and are pleased that they continue to demonstrate their confidence in the AE 2100D3 engine.”
“The C-130J has earned an international reputation as a valuable, multi-role transport aircraft and Rolls-Royce is committed to doing its part to ensure these aircraft are ready to carry out critical missions whenever and wherever they are needed.”

Le "speech habituel", ... mais il est bien dit !
The AE 2100D3 engine is a lightweight, modular turboprop engine with 4,600 shaft-horsepower. The “common core” AE engine line is produced by Rolls-Royce and manufactured in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A. Along with the AE 3007 and AE 1107C-Liberty, the proven engine line has totaled more than 37 million hours of service.
The agreement, which is administered by the U.S. Air Force at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, U.S.A., includes an initial 27 AE 2100D3 spare engines and parts for delivery through 2011.

Plus de 37 million d'heures ? C'et impressionnant, non ?

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