Tunisia: OH-58D Kiowa Warrior Aircraft Equipment and Support

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Message par anzar » 19 septembre 2016, 23:45

Super thanks for sharing :super:
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Message par skiesowner » 27 octobre 2016, 10:48

A Kiowa Warrior.Tunisian pilots are in Roswell, New Mexico, for training on the Kiowa Warrior helicopters the North African nation is due to soon take delivery of.
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Six OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopters were seen at Roswell International Air Centre by mid-September in full Tunisian markings. Training is being provided by Integration Innovation Inc (I3) under contract from the US Army.

Training equipment was delivered to Roswell from early August, with Tunisian pilots and maintenance technicians arriving later that month. According to the Roswell Daily Record, training will take place over six months, through to January next year, during which time 24 pilots and 50 technicians will be trained. The US Army Security Assistance Training Management Organisation has been responsible for management of the training programme.

"Because there is a shortage of US military training slots available to train foreign pilots and maintainers, our company was chosen to provide this training," I3 President William Looney told the Roswell Daily Record.

Tunisia is due to receive 24 Kiowa Warriors from the United States, and 12 Black Hawk transport helicopters. In May this year the United States government approved the sale of 24 ex-US Army OH-58Ds, weapons and equipment to Tunisia in a deal worth $100 million.

A wide variety of equipment and weapons will be installed on the OH-58D helicopters that are classified as excess defence articles, including Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS); AGM-114R Hellfire missiles; M124 miniguns; rocket launchers, and Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) rounds. This additional equipment is worth $44.3 million.

Integration Innovation Inc opened its training facility at Roswell in July this year.
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Alors on parle de Janvier 2017 pour les Kiowa et même les UH60 version standard, green
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Message par dominator » 28 octobre 2016, 14:26

l'article parle d'une formation de 24 pilotes et 50 techniciens
cette formation débutera janvier 2017
mais je pense que le nombre de pilotes doublera

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Message par skiesowner » 28 octobre 2016, 22:13

dominator a écrit :l'article parle d'une formation de 24 pilotes et 50 techniciens
cette formation débutera janvier 2017
mais je pense que le nombre de pilotes doublera
Il faut bien lire avant de commenter.
Training equipment was delivered to Roswell from early August, with Tunisian pilots and maintenance technicians arriving later that month. According to the Roswell Daily Record, training will take place over six months, through to January next year, during which time 24 pilots and 50 technicians will be trained
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Message par skiesowner » 07 novembre 2016, 19:32

Dispatched for sure but are they delivered yet !?


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Message par tahiadidou » 01 décembre 2016, 03:49

This is still in New-Mexico given the ground markings.

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Message par Edward007 » 11 décembre 2016, 01:24

Croatia receives final OH-58D Kiowa helicopters


Croatia received 11 more Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior armed reconnaissance helicopters on 3 December, completing the donation of 16 of the helicopters from the United States.
The helicopters were delivered by a US Air Force C-5 Super Galaxy to the 93rd Air Base of the Croatian Armed Forces in Zemunik, near Zadar.

All 16 helicopters delivered to Croatia were manufactured between 2010 and 2012 as part of the United States' Wartime Replacement Aircraft Program to replace helicopters lost in action in Iraq/Afghanistan
http://www.janes.com/article/65986/croa ... elicopters

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Message par anzar » 11 décembre 2016, 01:29

C'est pour la Croatie pas la Tunisie :!:
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Message par Edward007 » 11 décembre 2016, 01:38

anzar a écrit :C'est pour la Croatie pas la Tunisie :!:
La Tunisie réceptionne ces Kiowa en 2017 , personne ne sait la date exact

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Message par Edward007 » 30 décembre 2016, 22:06

A graduation ceremony was held Dec. 21 at the Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell Performing Arts Center for members of the Tunisian Air Force who spent the last several months receiving aircraft training at the Roswell International Air Center.
The U.S. Army brought members of the Tunisian Air Force to Roswell as part of a program that provides training and equipment to foreign militaries so they can better protect and provide security within their own countries, while also becoming better prepared to work jointly with the U.S. military if necessary. Tunisia is a U.S. ally located on Africa’s northern coast.


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Message par Edward007 » 29 janvier 2017, 22:03

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Fifty-five foreign air force members have graduated a months-long training course on the OH-58D Kiowa during a ceremony at the Performing Arts Center of the Eastern New Mexico University in Roswell, New Mexico.

The pilots and maintenance crew members from the Tunisian Air Force received training on the armed reconnaissance helicopter at the Roswell International Air Center as part of a foreign military sales case managed by the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command.

"This graduation (held Dec. 21) brings together Tunisia's capability of integrating air-ground operations utilizing the Bell Helicopter OH-58 Kiowa Warrior for observation, utility and direct fire support," Col. William Krahling, USASAC's director of EUCOM/AFRICOM regional operations, said.

Krahling called this a turning point for the fledgling democracy, as it brings a significant new capability to the country and Northern Africa.

This is especially important as Tunisia continues to face terrorist threats throughout the region despite its successful transition to a democratic state. Libya, with which it shares a 500-kilometer border, is one of many competing threats in the region. Tunisia also remains on high alert as the Islamic State loses ground in Syria and Iraq, causing Tunisian citizens-turned-militants to return to Tunisia.

Assisting the young democracy, USASAC is managing two multimillion dollar FMS cases that provide instruction, equipment and long-term sustainment to the Tunisian Air Force. The instruction and sustainment portion of the case is being executed by the Security Assistance Training Management Organization, a USASAC subordinate organization that deploys subject matter experts to 25 countries to meet the training needs of America's allies.

While the FMS cases are a huge success for the coastal nation, the real test will be in the coming months, according to William Sautter, a country program manager in the AFRICOM Regional Operations Directorate.

Sautter said newly trained TAF members are looking forward to integrating their reconnaissance capabilities (Kiowa) with the assault capabilities of UH-60M Black Hawks expected to arrive in country this summer. Meshing the new skills and equipment with their ground forces will take work, but it's a challenge Sautter said the Tunisians are ready to take on.

"The Tunisian Air Force plan is to use the Kiowas as part of its main defense against violent extremist organizations conducting terrorist attacks on military and civilian targets in Tunisia from remote domestic bases and Libya," Sautter said.

He said by March approximately 75 Tunisian Air Force members will graduate the Kiowa training, making them one step closer to strengthening their nation's defense. But it is not only Tunisia's national defense that is receiving a boost.

https://www.army.mil/article/181455/sec ... _air_force


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Ils sont arrivés au bercail alors?!
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