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Re: Il tiro della corda .....

Messaggio da richelieu » 22 agosto 2019, 11:27

Settore Indo-Pacifico ... la superiorità USA è a rischio ...
Un rapporto dall' Australia ...
China is gaining an increasingly favorable military position in the Indo-Pacific, leaving the United States no longer able to enjoy military primacy in the region, a new report by an Australian think tank has warned.
The Sydney-based United States Studies Centre says the region is now vulnerable to China making a quick move to secure a military or strategic advantage, with the cost of an American counter-move potentially too high to bear.
In its report, analysts also lament the “combined effect of ongoing wars in the Middle East, budget austerity, underinvestment in advanced military capabilities and the scale of America’s liberal order-building agenda has left the US armed forces ill-prepared for great power competition in the Indo-Pacific."
The report, titled, “Averting crisis: American Strategy, Military Spending and Collective Defence in the Indo-Pacific,” adds that over the next decade, the U.S. defense budget “is unlikely to meet the needs of the National Defense Strategy owing to a combination of political, fiscal and internal pressures."
... defensenews.com ... "China now strong enough for a surprise move in the Indo-Pacific" ...
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Re: Il tiro della corda .....

Messaggio da richelieu » 17 settembre 2019, 11:50

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27 luglio 2019, 13:02
ICBM di nuova generazione ...
Colpo di scena ... Boeing abbandona la competizione ...
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Boeing is abandoning its bid to build the next intercontinental ballistic missile amid an ongoing dispute with the Air Force about rocket propulsion.
The Air Force had planned to choose between Boeing and Northrop Grumman to be the program’s sole contractor about a year from now.
By not bidding, Boeing is walking away from its six-decade legacy of Minuteman missile work and throws a wrench into the Air Force’s plans for a competitive selection.
With only two vendors in the US solid rocket motor industrial base, the Air Force must now decide whether a single bidder is acceptable, or whether it must revise its request for proposals to satisfy Boeing’s objections.

... airforcemag.com ... "Boeing Backs Out of Nuclear Missile Competition, Prompting USAF Choices" ...
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"Rientro anch'io? ... NO, TU NO !" ...

Ground Based Strategic Deterrent ... Boeing, che a Luglio aveva abbandonato la competizione, prova a rientrarvi ma ... Northrop Grumman le sbatte la porta in faccia ...

... airforcemag.com ... http://www.airforcemag.com/Features/Pag ... -ICBM.aspx ... [-X

Ora NG rivela il suo team ...
The Northrop lineup includes Aerojet Rocketdyne, BRPH, Clark Construction, Collins Aerospace, General Dynamics, Honeywell, L3Harris, Lockheed Martin, Parsons, and Textron Systems, as well as many small and midsize companies it did not name.
It did not disclose workshare among the participants.
Quanto a Boeing ...
Boeing wrote the Air Force in July to say that it cannot compete with Northrop on price, given the latter’s vertical integration with Orbital ATK.
Last week, Boeing issued a statement that it had failed to persuade Northrop to form a joint “national team” combining the expertise of both, and would therefore not be participating in GBSD.
Industry sources noted, however, that Boeing could still change its mind and submit a bid by the December deadline, and Manuel said that’s what Northrop will assume in developing its bid.
Manuel declined to discuss whether Boeing and Northrop had in fact held discussions about a joint offering, and said Northrop Grumman’s lineup is a “national team.”
Fonte ... airforcemag.com ... http://www.airforcemag.com/Features/Pag ... oeing.aspx ...

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