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Message par saf » 26 janvier 2018, 22:39

http://defence-blog.com/army/thales-unv ... hicle.html
jamais compris pourquoi l'armée française ne l'a pas adopté pour remplacer les VAB ça leur a couté 18 paras à Uzbin. Les Australien eux en Afghanistan avec le bushmaster etaient mieux protéger.

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Message par geronimo » 20 mars 2018, 22:30

Capacité opérationnelle initiale pour les P-8A australien !
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La Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) a déclaré la capacité opérationnelle initiale (IOC) son appareils multimission maritime (MMA) Boeing P-8A « Poseidon », soit cinq mois plus tôt que prévu.

L'étape, qui a été annoncée par le service le 20 mars, vient avec 6 des 12 avions actuellement basé à Edinburgh en Australie du Sud. Trois autres aéronefs subissent actuellement le processus d'approbation pour une flotte finale de 15 aéronefs.
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Le Boeing P-8A «Poseidon» :
Le P-8A "Poseidon" est un avion de longue portée de lutte anti-sous-marine (ASM) et antisurface (LAN), renseignement, surveillance et reconnaissance (RSR). Le P-8A est capable de longues patrouilles proche et loin des côtes.

Le P-8A "Poseidon" est conçu pour assurer l'avenir de la Marine à long rayon d'action dans les missions de patrouille maritime. Le P-8A offre une plus grande capacité de combat et demandera moins d'infrastructure tout en se concentrant sur la réactivité et l'interopérabilité avec les forces traditionnelles. L’avion pourra échanger ses informations avec l’ensemble des bâtiments de surface, sous-marins, avions et drones en service dans l’US-Navy.

Pour Boeing, le choix de base d’une cellule de B737 NG permet une importante réduction des coûts, le constructeur estime cette base permettra de décliner d’autres versions du P-8A afin de remplacer plusieurs appareils actuellement en services et destinés à des opérations spéciales. Pour Boeing, il sera possible par exemple de remplacer les B707 et autres C-130 spécialisés dans les domaines de l’écoute électronique, commandement volant, guerre psychologique (PsyOps), brouillage. Cet avion équipé de liaisons 11 et 16 et de systèmes internet, doit agir dans un concept de guerre en réseau en collaboration avec des drones.

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Message par malikos » 27 mai 2018, 12:23

Australian Army to roll out Black Hornet micro UAVs
Gabriel Dominguez, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
24 May 2018

Australian Army soldiers with a PD-100 Black Hornet UAV during an exercise at the Shoalwater Bay Training Area in Queensland on 4 May 2018. Source: Commonwealth of Australia
The Australian Army (AA) will soon roll out the PD-100 Black Hornet Personal Reconnaissance System (PRS) across one of its brigades in Brisbane, the Department of Defence (DoD) in Canberra announced in a 24 May statement.

The rollout and sustainment of the micro unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) is an AUD18 million (USD13.6 million) project and a “key capability milestone for the army as it continues to be a technologically advanced force”, said the DoD.

Brigadier Susan Coyle, commander of the AA’s 6th Combat Support Brigade and of the service’s only UAS unit – the 20th Surveillance Target Acquisition Regiment – was quoted in the statement as saying that the rollout is a “significant achievement for the army”.

“UASs are a game-changer for the army, providing enhanced situational awareness for better mission execution for Australian soldiers,” said the brigadier, adding that the rollout of these micro UASs to AA soldiers is an "exciting example of adopting tactical robotic technology”.

The AA operates several UASs ranging from the rotary-wing Black Hornet PRS to large, nine-hour endurance surveillance systems such as the RQ-7B Shadow 200.

The latest move comes after manufacturer FLIR Systems announced in October 2017 that it had been awarded a USD6.8 million contract to supply an undisclosed number of its PD-100 Black Hornet 2 PRSs to the AA.

The US-based company said at the time that the UASs would be used to support surveillance and reconnaissance operations at platoon and troop level, adding that deliveries were expected to commence in 2018 and be completed within one year.

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Message par Dragunov » 14 juin 2018, 19:18

Australian submarine sonar systems begin $407 million upgrade

June 14 (UPI) -- Australia's submarine fleet will receive sonar system upgrades with a $173 million contract with Thales Australia, the the company and Minister for the Defense Industry Christopher Pyne announced on Thursday.

The contract is part of a $407 million project approved by the Australian government to improve the sensor capabilities of the country's Collins Class, six diesel-electric motor submarine fleet. Work will begin later this year at Thales' Rydalmere facility in western Sydney. About 70 percent of the overall work, which will directly create over 140 jobs, will be of Australian industry content.

Thales will work with local industries to deliver upgrades to the six-submarine fleet, it said on Wednesday. The legacy cylindrical arrays on the vessels will be replaced with the Modular Cylindrical Array, which is based on new Sonar 2076 technology, the company said.
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Re: Armée Australienne [Australian Defence Force]

Message par tahiadidou » 27 juin 2018, 04:03

Remplacement de 19 AP-3C Orion par 6 drones MQ-4C Triton pour la surveillance maritime et ISR.
Vu le cout du programme complet, plus de $5B, ce n'est pas donné.
Australia to boost maritime surveillance with acquisition of six MQ-4C Triton UASs
Julian Kerr, Sydney - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
26 June 2018

Australia is to acquire six Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton maritime unmanned aerial systems (UASs), with the first platform scheduled to enter service in mid-2023, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced on 26 June.

All six Tritons are planned to be fully operational by late 2025, Turnbull disclosed in a joint statement with Defence Minister Marise Payne and Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne.

“The Triton will complement the surveillance role of the P-8A Poseidon aircraft through sustained operations at long ranges as well as being able to undertake a range of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance tasks,” the statement said.

“Together, these aircraft will significantly enhance our anti-submarine warfare and maritime strike capability :scratch: , as well as our search and rescue capability.”

Initial spending of AUD1.4 billion (USD1.04 billion) on Project Air 7000 Phase 1B will cover purchase of the first aircraft and AUD364 million will be spent on the construction of new operational and support facilities at Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) base Edinburgh near Adelaide and RAAF base Tindal in the Northern Territory, as well as on initial ground support equipment, training, and spares.

Total programme cost was not disclosed but is expected to be around AUD7 billion.

The initial amount also includes an AUD200 million investment in the US Navy-led Triton co-operative development programme.

“This co-operative programme will strengthen our ability to develop advanced capability and conduct joint military operations”, the joint statement said.

Together with the P-8A Poseidon multimission maritime aircraft, the high-altitude, long-endurance Tritons will replace the RAAF’s fleet of 19 AP-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft that entered service in the mid-1980s. The last of the Orions will be retired in 2023.
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Re: Armée Australienne [Australian Defence Force]

Message par sadral » 01 juillet 2018, 22:25

Grosse surprise, la marine australienne a opter pour une variante des frégates T126 de BAE Systems alors que NAVANTIA était +ou- favori.
BAE wins multi-billion pound Australian warship contract
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British defence giant BAE Systems has won a multi-billion pound contract from the Australian government to build nine new warships, marking a significant victory for British military exports.

BAE beat Italian and Spanish rivals to win a large slice of the £19.6bn ($25.7bn; A$35bn) spending programme.

The ships will be based on anti-submarine frigates that BAE is building for the UK's Royal Navy.

However, the new warships will be built in Australia by a local workforce.

BAE's Australian arm said the construction of the ships locally would make a significant contribution to Australia's economy "creating thousands of jobs, supporting new industries and boosting the national supply chain for decades to come".

"We are proud to have been selected as preferred tenderer to provide the Royal Australian Navy with a world-class ship, equipped with the latest technologies and designed specifically to meet its needs," BAE Systems Australia chief executive, Gabby Costigan said.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May said the deal was also an "enormous boost" for the UK economy and reflected the government's strategy to "build on our close relationships with allies like Australia" as the UK prepares to leave the EU.

It is the first export of a British design for new-build frigates since the 1970s, the UK government said.

The ships to be built will be based on BAE Systems' Type 26 frigate, and will be called the "Hunter class".

Production in Australia is expected to commence in 2020.

Australian jobs

The Hunter class ships will be built in Adelaide, South Australia, by government-owned ASC Shipbuilding and the programme is expected to create at least 5,000 local jobs across about 30 years.

"The Hunter class will provide the Australian Defence Force with the highest levels of lethality and deterrence our major surface combatants need in periods of global uncertainty," the Australian government said.

The ships will be fitted with long-range anti-missile defence systems.
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While the overall budget is £19.6bn, only a part of that will come to BAE Systems for the design and build of the frigates.

BAE Systems chief executive Charles Woodburn said: "I am proud that our world class anti-submarine warfare design and our approach to transferring technology and skills to the nations in which we work is expected to contribute to the development of an enduring world-class naval shipbuilding industry in Australia."

Italy's Fincantieri SpA and Spain's Navantia also bid for the contract.

'Deal of the century'
BAE's shipyards on the Clyde in Glasgow are unlikely to see a significant boost to jobs.

Gary Cook of the GMB union criticised the deal, saying: "The inconvenient truth is that we're not exporting ships, only manufacturing jobs that should be going to British shipbuilding communities.

"And had the UK government and BAE invested in the promised frigate factory at Scotstoun, those frigates could easily be built here.

"Instead, there is a rubble pile where that factory should be, while 4,000 jobs and significant prosperity will be enjoyed in Australia and not the UK."

Nevertheless, defence analysts said the deal represented a significant success for British naval exports.

"It is the deal of the century," said Francis Tusa, editor of industry newsletter Defence Analysis.

The UK has had an "abysmal" export record for warship sales for the past five decades, he said. But this represented "a massive sea-change".

Canada, which is also planning to order warships later this year, might be influenced by Australia's decision, he added.

Selling the design overseas will help spread the costs of design and production of many elements of the frigate, potentially bringing down the cost of the Type 26 to the Royal Navy significantly, according to Mr Tusa.

However, it was not only BAE Systems who would benefit from the deal, he said.

Small and medium-sized UK companies would be likely to win orders for some of the technology required on the Australian ships.

Firms that are already supplying the UK government's order of the Type 26 would be in a strong position to also supply Australian orders.
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Message par leraincy » 01 juillet 2018, 22:48

C'est ultra cher :affraid:
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Message par sadral » 01 juillet 2018, 23:16

leraincy a écrit :
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C'est ultra cher :affraid:
c'est le prix pour avoir du vrai TOT
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Message par sadral » 02 juillet 2018, 20:17

sadral a écrit :
01 juillet 2018, 23:16
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C'est ultra cher :affraid:
c'est le prix pour avoir du vrai TOT
Ce programme SEA 5000, qui doit débuter en 2020, permet aussi de créer 4000 emplois en Australie ce qui est loin d’être négligeable...et enfin, il clôture le méga plan de modernisation de la RAN et la relance de la construction navale australienne puisqu'il avait été précédé en 2016 par le programme des sous-marins océaniques au profit du français Naval Group ex DCNS (avec Lockheed Martin) pour environ 34 milliards d’euros et celui des 12 nouveaux patrouilleurs hauturiers au profit de l'allemand LURSSEN (80 mètres et 1700 tonnes) pour environ 2 milliards d’euros.
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Message par deyaziz » 02 juillet 2018, 21:06

leraincy a écrit :
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C'est ultra cher :affraid:
Que es qui te prend leraincy ? c'est les australiens qui payent :D


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Message par leraincy » 02 juillet 2018, 21:10

En effet mais c'est psychologique des que je vois un prix très élevé voir trop pour une transaction c'est comme si l'on arrache cet argent dr mon porte monnaie qui contient 50 ......euros :lol!:
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Re: Armée Australienne [Australian Defence Force]

Message par sadral » 03 juillet 2018, 00:09

Une maquette de la frégate ...et pour info elle aura la version améliorée du systéme AEGIS
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