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Messaggio da richelieu » 18 agosto 2019, 11:30

India/Russia ... nuovi affari in vista ...
... ovvero ... nuovo episodio di una storia d'amore che, pur con alterne vicende, dura ormai da decenni ... :love3:
New Delhi is expected to commit to a series of new major arms deals with Moscow at the next session of the Indo-Russian intergovernmental commission on military industrial cooperation, to be held in October.
These would include a contract on 18 additional kits for the Sukhoi Su-30MKI heavyweight multirole fighter for assembly at HAL’s Nasik plant.
This would bring the grand total of such aircraft procured since 1999 to 240.
Additionally, the Indian Air Force would receive “over 20” used MiG-29 lightweight interceptors from the Russian Air and Space Force (VKS) for their subsequent conversion into MiG-29UPG multirole aircraft.
... ainonline.com ... "India Expected To Sign for More MiG-29s and Su-30MKIs in October" ...
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Sud Corea & Giappone ... arrivi e conferme ...

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In merito alla futura fornitura a Taiwan di caccia F-16 di ultima generazione ... ecco l'analisi di FlightGlobal ...
Washington's formal approval to sell 66 new Lockheed Martin F-16 C/D Block 70s to Taiwan provides a much-needed boost for the island state, but has already drawn the (inevitable) ire of Beijing.
A Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) statement (*) on the pivotal sale has been expected for some months, with confirmation finally coming late last week from the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Couched in the DSCA's standard format, the approval lists the full scope of the deal ...
... "ANALYSIS: Taiwan's F-16 deal and the price of deterrence" ...

(*) ... dsca.mil ... "Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO) – F-16C/D Block 70 Aircraft and Related Equipment and Support" ...
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L' India punta sull' integrazione del missile ASRAAM su buona parte dei suoi aerei da caccia ...
MBDA’s Advanced Short Range Air-to-Air Missile (ASRAAM) appears set for integration on several Indian combat aircraft.
The weapon will be part of the missile armament for Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) Tejas Mk-1A, a combat capable version of the Hawk Mk132 called Hawk-India (Hawk-i) and Sukhoi SU-30MKIs, in addition to upgraded Sepecat/HAL Jaguar strike aircraft.
... flightglobal.com ... "India moves towards broad adoption of ASRAAM" ...
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Messaggio da richelieu » 23 agosto 2019, 12:29

richelieu ha scritto:E' vero ... non sono caccia ... però ... :wink:
La Repubblica Ceca di fronte ad una scelta ... :toothy4:
The US Department of State has given its approval to potential deals that could equip the Czech Republic with Bell UH-1Y/AH-1Z or Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters.
Detailed by the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) on 3 May, a possible Foreign Military Sales purchase by Prague could involve either an initial four AH-1Zs (*) or 12 UH-60Ms (°).
Such acquisitions would cost around $205 million and $800 million, respectively, including weapons, training and in-service support.

... flightglobal.com ..... "Prague weighs Mi-24 replacement options" ...

(*) ... https://www.dsca.mil/major-arms-sales/c ... elicopters ...

(°) ... https://www.dsca.mil/major-arms-sales/c ... elicopters ...
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La Repubblica Ceca ha scelto ...

... https://twitter.com/BellFlight/status/1 ... 8433371137 ...

... defence-blog.com ... "Czech Republic chose Venom and Viper helicopters from U.S. maker Bell Helicopter" ...
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MAKS 2019 ...
Una nuova versione del 'Fulcrum' ?

... https://twitter.com/TheDEWLine/status/1 ... 9287757825 ...

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MAKS 2019 ...
Le sanzioni USA alla Russia si fanno sentire ... :violent1:
The USA’s Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) is making air forces wary of buying Russian aircraft and other weapons.
That’s according to officials from Russian defence holding company Rostec and the country’s export agency Rosoboronexport, who spoke during the MAKS air show near Moscow on 28 August.
CAATSA was enacted in retaliation for Russia’s invasion and occupation of Ukraine’s eastern regions and Crimean Peninsula.
... flightglobal.com ... "MAKS: US sanctions make air forces wary of Russian jets" ...
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Canada ...

UK MoD e Airbus Defence and Space battono in ritirata ...

... https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-r ... t-all_ml_0 ...

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richelieu ha scritto:Canada ...

UK MoD e Airbus Defence and Space battono in ritirata ...

... https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-r ... t-all_ml_0 ...
Un commento di AINonline ...
The withdrawal of the Typhoon leaves three fighters in the running: the F-35, Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet, and Saab Gripen.
Both Boeing and Saab have also voiced their concerns about the changes to ITB requirements.
... "Typhoon Pulled from Canada Competition" ...
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Polonia ... prime consegne degli F-35A nel 2024 ... e IOC nel 2026 ...
Poland could receive its first four F-35As in 2024 as part of Lockheed Martin's 16th production lot, according to Greg Ulmer, the company's vice-president and general manager for the programme.
Speaking at the MSPO show in Kielce, Ulmer said the initial batch of Block 4-standard aircraft would be used for training Polish pilots and maintainers in the USA, probably at Luke AFB in Arizona.
Warsaw would have a full squadron of 16 F-35As, support equipment and spare parts available in 2026, when Lockheed expects its air force to achieve initial operational capability with the stealthy type.
A full mission simulator facility will also be established in the country.
... flightglobal.com ... "Lockheed outlines F-35 production plan for Poland" ...
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Nuovi caccia per il Canada ... e ritiro dell' Eurofighter dalla competizione ...
Il commento, in ritardo, di FlightGlobal ...

... "Field shrinks further for Canada fighter contest" ...

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India ... i primi Rafale in consegna entro il mese ...

... https://twitter.com/VishnuNDTV/status/1 ... 9963084800 ...

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Polonia ... il Dipartimento di Stato USA approva la vendita di 32 F-35A ...
The US State Department has approved the sale of 32 Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II stealth fighters to Poland as part of a package worth an estimated $6.5 billion.
NATO member Poland wanted the stealth aircraft as a counterweight to Russia, a country Poland has viewed as increasingly aggressive following invasions of Georgia and Ukraine.
The F-35As are to replace the Polish air force’s Russian-built MiG-29 and Su-22 fighters, says a US State Department notice posted online on 11 September (*).
The deal has not been finalised.
... flightglobal.com ... "USA approves $6.5bn sale of 32 F-35A stealth fighters to Poland" ...

(*) ... dsca.mil ... "Poland – F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Aircraft" ...

Anche qui ... defensenews.com ... "Poland cleared to buy F-35 fleet" ...
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Messaggio da richelieu » 16 settembre 2019, 22:29

E' in arrivo Peregrine ... un nuovo missile aria-aria compatto attualmente in fase di sviluppo presso Raytheon ... 
Se adottato ... dovrebbe sostituire i modelli attualmente in servizio ... https://twitter.com/Raytheon/status/1173646856750059521 ...
Raytheon is developing the "Peregrine," a new medium-range air-to-air missile that is half the size of current dogfight missiles but offers greater speed and longer range.
The weapon would allow Air Force fighter jets to double or triple their munitions loads, sharply increasing the number of shots they could take in a single mission.
The Peregrine is being developed with Raytheon’s own funds, according to Mark Noyes, a senior business development official in the company’s air warfare systems sector.
While Raytheon is not developing the missile to meet a specific Air Force or Navy requirement, the Peregrine is meant to meet the Pentagon's need for large numbers of affordable weapons that still “overwhelm an enemy," Noyes said.
The weapon is expected to measure just under 6 feet long and 150 pounds, less than half the weight and length of Raytheon's AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile and AIM-9X Sidewinder that fly on fighters across the Defense Department.
Fonte ... airforcemag.com ... http://www.airforcemag.com/Features/Pag ... ssile.aspx ...

Anche qui ... defensenews.com ... https://www.defensenews.com/digital-sho ... le-design/ ...

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