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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 7 Aoû 2009 - 10:00

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DATE:06/08/09
SOURCE:Flight International
India orders FLIR surveillance equipment for C-130Js
By Craig Hoyle

FLIR Systems has received a $7.2 million contract to equip the Indian air force's future fleet of Lockheed Martin C-130J tactical transports with AAQ-22 Star Safire III electro-optical/infrared sensors.

"The units will be installed on C-130J fixed-wing surveillance platforms in support of Indian ministry of defence airborne missions," says FLIR, which announced its order on 5 August. Deliveries will conclude by 2011, it says, with the sale also including training and other related services.

India is the first military buyer for the new-generation Hercules to include an EO/IR sensor suite in its order configuration, with its selection of the Star Safire III following that of the US Coast Guard, which is also buying the system for some of its HC-130J long-range surveillance aircraft.

Six C-130Js are on order for the Indian air force, with the service's first example scheduled to emerge at Lockheed's Marietta plant in Georgia during 2010.

FLIR has not revealed how many sensors will be supplied under its new production contract, but New Delhi's May 2007 Foreign Military Sales request for the C-130J deal listed a requirement for eight AAQ-22 systems, including two spares.

The US Special Operations Command's planned HC/MC-130Js and some upgraded transports for the US Marine Corps are also expected to receive EO/IR sensors in the future.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 11 Aoû 2009 - 4:21

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DATE:10/08/09
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India approves deals for Ka-31, AW101 helicopters
By Radhakrishna Rao

India's cabinet committee on security has approved the planned purchase of another five Kamov Ka-31 airborne early warning helicopters from Russia for an estimated Rp9.5 billion ($198 million).

To join the Indian navy's five AEW-configured Ka-31s in providing radar picket services, the new aircraft will be equipped with E-801M Oko sensors, which can track up to 40 airborne and surface threats simultaneously.

New Delhi has also finalised a plan to acquire 12 VVIP-configured AgustaWestland AW101 helicopters. The aircraft will be delivered with self-protection equipment capable of warding off missile threats.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 11 Aoû 2009 - 18:46

Est-il vrai que l'inde fait parti des 10 puissances militaires du monde ?
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 11 Aoû 2009 - 18:49

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Est-il vrai que l'inde fait parti des 10 puissances militaires du monde ?
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 11 Aoû 2009 - 18:53

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 18 Aoû 2009 - 14:42

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India kicks off fighter jet trials:
Bangalore, India: India on Monday began the trials of fighter jets being hawked by the world’s six top aerospace giants vying for a 12-billion-dollar military contract, officials said.
The sale of 126 combat planes to the technology-starved Indian Air Force will be the world’s most lucrative fighter jet contract in more than a decade.
Military air traffic controllers said Boeing kicked off the trials with a display of its F-18 “Superhornet” jets in Bangalore, hub of India’s aeronautical and space industry.
“Two F-18s carried out two sorties of 45 minutes each,” a controller said as military aviation experts watched the exercise.
The assessment is due to continue for almost a year before New Delhi makes its choice from the six companies, defence ministry officials in New Delhi said.
Lockheed Martin of the US and Europe’s EADS will be among the other five firms descending on Bangalore.
India is on a spending spree to update its largely Soviet-era weapons system.
After Boeing, Lockheed Martin is next in line to showcase its F-16 to the technology-hungry Indian Air Force, the officials said.
The European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS) will offer its Typhoon Eurofighter, while Russia is seeking to sell the MiG-35 and MiG-29.
French Dassault, which constructs the Mirage, has put forward its Rafale aircraft as a contender.
The line-up is completed by Gripen, part of Sweden’s Saab.
Industry sources have said Lockheed Martin and Boeing have emerged as frontrunners.
Contract stipulations prevent the contending firms from unveiling any detail of the contract, which includes the outright purchase of 18 fighter jets by 2012 and another 108 to be built in India.
India also has an option to buy 64 more jets.
The Indian Air Force, the world’s fourth-largest, is also spending 1.6 billion dollars to buy 40 Russian Sukhoi fighter planes by 2010 and is shopping for hundreds of helicopters and transport planes.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 21 Aoû 2009 - 7:48


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MAKS-2009: la Russie a livré le premier des trois avions-radars A-50 à l'Inde


17:44 | 19/ 08/ 2009

MOSCOU, 19 août
La Russie a livré le premier des trois avions-radars A-50 à l'Inde, a annoncé mercredi le directeur général adjoint de l'agence russe d'exportation d'armes "Rosoboronexport" Alexandre Mikheïev au Salon aérospatial international MAKS-2009 à Joukovski, dans la région de Moscou.

"La Russie mène à bien le contrat de livraison des avions A-50 (Awacs russe) en Inde. On nous a commandé trois appareils et nous en avons déjà livré le premier", a indiqué M.Mikheïev.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 21 Aoû 2009 - 20:09

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Pilot killed in Sea Harrier crash
An Indian Naval fighter aircraft today crashed off Goa coast, killing the pilot.
"The Indian naval 'Sea Harrier' aircraft, which was on a routine exercise mission, crashed at about 1157 hours," a naval spokesman told PTI here.
The single-seater aircraft crashed in the Arabian sea 15 miles away from the shore.
"Lieutenant Commander Saurav Saxena, the pilot of the aircraft lost his life in the incident," the spokesman added.
Navy officials in Goa said the aircraft wreckage has been spotted and the cause of the mishap would be known once the flight data recorder is recovered.
This crash is the second Naval air accident this year, the previous one involving a Kamov 28 helicopter in March 2009. The last Sea Harrier accident was reported in December 2007 off Goa, in which the pilot had bailed out safely.
The Navy is now just left with 10 Sea Harriers of the over 20 it had bought in mid-1980s. These aircraft are currently operated by the Navy from its lone aircraft carrier INS Viraat and from shore-based air bases.
The Navy had upgraded the aircraft recently to extend its service life by another five years in view of the delays in the DRDO and HAL coming out with the Naval version of the Light Combat Aircraft.
The Navy plans to replace the Sea Harriers with MiG 29K, which were procured from Russia along with the Aircraft carrier Admiral Gorshkov in 2004.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 21 Aoû 2009 - 20:28

ca vient quand on prend la maintenance a la legere et qu´on prend ses avions pour des riksha,la moitié perdue depuis mi-80s ,pas tres honorifique
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Dim 23 Aoû 2009 - 8:46

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MEGACONTRAT INDE ET ISRAËL- MISSILES : LE GROUPE RAFAEL REMPORTE UN CONTRAT DE PLUS D'UN MILLIARD DE DOLLARS



Par Daniel Rouach à Tel-Aviv
Rubrique: Armes
Publié le 21 août 2009 à 09:57

EXCLUSIF - MISSILES : Un article du journal Haaretz est passé quasiment inaperçu ce matin: la société d’armement israélienne Rafael vient de remporter un méga-contrat de plus d’1 milliard de dollars. Les Indiens ont bien compris tout l’intérêt de travailler avec Israël et vont reçevoir un savoir-faire unique et ayant fait ses preuves sur le terrain.
Rafael et l’Indien Bharat Electronics avaient signé récemment un accord afin de créer une joint-venture stratégique dans le domaine des missiles.
Rafael avait déclaré à cette occasion que “cette joint-venture facilitera les transferts de technologie et permettra à l’Inde de renforcer ses capacités technologiques dans le domaine des missiles”.
Ce dernier méga-contrat d’un milliard de dollars restera dans les annales de l’histoire moderne d’Israël car il est le reflet de la capacité de l’Etat Hébreu de vendre et transférer des technologies dans le secteur du high-tech militaire de manière massive.
Face à la concurrence accrue d’autres pays (France, Russie…), Israël met en place depuis une dizaine d’années une stratégie de partenariat et de transfert technologique avec l’Inde afin de renforcer sa position de premier partenaire dans le domaine de la défense.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Dim 23 Aoû 2009 - 8:59

tiens,l´inde ne compte plus sur la russie dans les missiles,bizarre Exclamation
le brahmos aura peut etre une tete israelienne Laughing
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Lun 24 Aoû 2009 - 8:41

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Russia to deliver engines for Indian MiG fighters
ZHUKOVSKY: Rosoboronexport and Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) have signed a contract at the MAKS-2009 air show on the delivery of 26 RD-33 series 3 engines to India, Russia’s state arms exporter said on Friday.
The RD-33 series 3 is an upgraded version of the RD-33 powerful RD-33 turbofan engine with thrust vectoring for MiG family fighters. The engine provides superior maneuverability and enhances the fighter’s performance in close air engagements.
In 2005, Russia signed a $250 million deal with India to modernize engines for the MiG-29 fighters of the Indian Air Force. According to the terms of the deal, HAL will make 120 RD-33 series 3 jet engines at its Koraput plant for the upgrade of MiG-29 fighters.
The current contract will help HAL master the assembly of the RD-33 jet engines and use the experience in the assembly of next generation jet engines.
“These engines are installed on MiG aircraft, including the MiG-35 fighters, which are participating in the announced tender on the delivery of 126 fighters to the Indian air force,” a Rosoboronexport official said.
Six major aircraft makers – Lockheed and Boeing from the United States, Russia’s MiG, which is part of the UAC, France’s Dassault, Sweden’s Saab and the EADS consortium of British, German, Spanish and Italian companies – are in contention to win the $10 billion contract.
Russia has said that the first two MiG-35 aircraft will be delivered to India in August for test flights prior to the results of the tender. In late 2009, Russia will conduct a series of flight tests with live firing for an Indian air force delegation at a testing ground in Russia.
Moscow has also said it is ready to transfer all key technology to India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. and provide assistance for the production of the aircraft in the country if MiG-35 wins the tender.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Lun 24 Aoû 2009 - 20:09

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Indian army receives first T-90 tanks made under Russian license



18:3724/08/2009

NEW DELHI, August 24 (RIA Novosti) - India's defense industry handed over to the army on Monday the first ten T-90 Bhishma main battle tanks assembled under a Russian license at a domestic plant, Indian media reported.

The Indian Army was the first export customer for the T-90s, which have been in service with the Russian Armed Forces since the mid-1990s. India ordered 310 T-90s in 2001 following delays in the manufacturing of the indigenous Arjun main battle tank and Pakistan's decision to purchase the T-80 from Ukraine.

An agreement was also signed for the licensed production of another 1,000 T-90s. However, production was delayed due to Russia's reluctance to transfer technology, prompting India to purchase another 300 tanks from Russia last year.

Licensed production of the tanks had earlier stalled due to a disagreement with Russia over transfer of technology, which was resolved at the end of 2008.

The Heavy Vehicles Factory at Avadi, near Chennai, plans to produce 100 tanks per year.

The T-90 is equipped with 125 mm smooth-bore gun, 12.7 mm anti-aircraft machine gun and 7.62 mm co-axial machine gun supported with high accuracy sighting systems, and automatic loader for higher firing rate.

It also features sophisticated protection from chemical, biological and nuclear attacks.

Local media cited Indian Minister of State for Defense Pallam Raju as saying on Monday that domestic production T-90 tanks was an "important milestone" for the Indian army and a step towards attaining self-sufficiency in its preparedness.

According to open sources, about 700 T-90 tanks have been deployed so far with six armored regiments in northern and central India.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 9:40

en attendant l'entré en service de leur sous marin nucléaire, les indiens prénnent une autre russe:
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Le sous-marin nucléaire russe Nerpa sera remis à l'Inde (état-major)



OULAN BATOR, 26 août - RIA Novosti. Le sous-marin nucléaire russe Nerpa sera remis en leasing à l'Inde après la fin des tests, a annoncé mercredi à Oulan Bator le chef d'état-major général des Forces armées russes, le général Nikolaï Makarov.
"Aucune date n'est fixée, mais il n'y a pas de raison de retarder (la remise du sous-marin à la partie indienne)", a indiqué le général.
Le futur équipage indien du sous-marin arrivera en Russie à la mi-septembre pour apprendre à commander le nouveau submersible. Le Nerpa sera loué à l'Inde pour une longue période à la fin de 2009, dès qu'il sera livré à la Marine russe.
Le sous-marin nucléaire Nerpa (K-152, projet 971, code Schuka-B) est un sous-marin de troisième génération mis en chantier en 1991 à Komsomolsk-sur-l'Amour. Avec un tirant d'eau de 8.140 à 12.770 tonnes, il développe une vitesse maximale de 30 noeuds. Sa profondeur maximale d'immersion est de 600 mètres, avec une autonomie de 100 jours. L'équipage compte 73 hommes. Le sous-marin est doté de quatre lance-torpilles de 533 mm et de quatre lance-torpilles de 650 mm.
Les premiers essais en mer du nouveau sous-marin ont débuté à l'automne 2008. Le 8 novembre 2008, le déclenchement involontaire du système anti-incendie à base de fréon a tué 20 personnes des 208 personnes à bord et en a blessé 21 autres. Les tests ont repris début juillet 2009 et se sont terminés avec succès.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 10:34

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India grounds Sea Harriers after latest crash
By Siva Govindasamy

India's navy has temporarily grounded its remaining British Aerospace Sea Harrier FRS51 fighters, following a fatal crash that has reduced its fleet of the type to just 11 of the 30 or so aircraft that it acquired in the 1980s. Shocked

The aircraft crashed into the sea, killing its pilot, while on a routine training exercise off Goa on 21 August, the Indian defence ministry says. Checks are being conducted on the navy's remaining Harriers, which are likely to resume operations within days.

Indian navy chief of staff Adm Sureesh Mehta says "every crash is a matter of concern", but refutes suggestions that his service's Sea Harriers are prone to accidents.

In 2007, New Delhi launched a Hindustan Aeronautics-led mid-life upgrade programme for its Sea Harriers, with the work expected to extend the life of the aircraft by 15 years until 2023. Enhancements included fitting Elta Systems EL/M-2032 multi-mode fire control radars and Rafael Derby beyond visual-range air-to-air missiles.

India plans to replace some of its Sea Harriers with 16 RSK MiG-29K/KUBs that it had originally expected to field from 2004. Following programme delays, the first aircraft will be delivered late this year.

New Delhi also has plans to produce a naval variant of its Aeronautical Development Agency Tejas light combat aircraft, with the navy to potentially acquire enough to equip two squadrons. However, a naval prototype has yet to fly, and no production deal has been signed.

The Indian navy also plans to replace many of its other legacy aircraft, with its requirements including deals for new transport and maritime patrol aircraft, plus anti-submarine warfare, transport and utility helicopters.

Separately, Russia's Rosoboronexport arms agency and HAL have signed an agreement under which New Delhi will acquire Klimov RD-33 Series-3 engines for use in its upgraded MiG-29s. The same design powers the MiG-35 on offer for the service's more than $10 billion medium multirole combat aircraft competition.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 13:16

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India rolls out locally-built Russian tanks

New Delhi: India on Monday unveiled a first batch of 10 tanks built locally under licence from Russia and said it planned to manufacture 100 such units every year.

India has already acquired nearly 700 T-90 tanks as part of a 2001 deal with Russia that also included local production of more units through a technology transfer pact.

The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) said each of the Indian-built tanks would cost up to 150 million rupees (three million dollars).

The tank has advanced protection system to protect crew and equipment from chemical, biological and radioactive nuclear attack, a DRDO statement said after the rollout from a state-run facility in southern Chennai city.

Junior Defence Minister Pallam Raju hailed the deliveries as an important milestone, the Press Trust of India reported.
The overall objective is to ensure self-sufficiency in defence preparedness to the maximum possible extent, Raju added.

Russia, which supplies 70 percent of Indias military hardware, has also helped its long-time ally to locally build a nuclear-powered submarine which was put on sea trials last month.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 14:09


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The first batch of Indian army's T-90 battle tanks "Bhishma," manufactured and assembled entirely in India in collaboration with Russia, are seen during a special rolling out ceremony at Avadi in Chennai, India, Monday, Aug. 24, 2009

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 16:42

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India's navy has temporarily grounded its remaining British Aerospace Sea Harrier FRS51 fighters, following a fatal crash that has reduced its fleet of the type to just 11 of the 30 or so aircraft that it acquired in the 1980s. Shocked
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les indien sont les rois des crashs, s'ils n'améliorent pas leur maintenance ce n'est même pas la peine d'aller jusqu'au bout dans les différents programmes d'acquisition (MKI, MMRCA, PAK FA, TEJAS..)
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 16:46

je voudrais pas être à la place des pilotes d'essais du TEJAS...... pale

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 17:01

Les pakistanais sont beaucoup plus pragmatiques et expérimenter..
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 17:08

ils ont surtout moin de moyen que l'Inde mais celà a peut importance car aujourd'hui le conflit se joue à l'échelle des ADM maintenant !

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 17:15

Viper a écrit:
ils ont surtout moin de moyen que l'Inde mais celà a peut importance car aujourd'hui le conflit se joue à l'échelle des ADM maintenant !

Ils ont peu de moyen, mais sont beaucoup plus compétent que les indiens...
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 18:35

c´est vrai,PAF est imbibée dans la tradition occidentale du training et la bonne maintenance,les indiens sont encore sur "la quantité prime"
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 28 Aoû 2009 - 7:14

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India intercepts Air France plane

India scrambled a MiG-29 fighter jet to intercept an Air France passenger plane after it failed to identify itself correctly, the Indian air force says.

The Bangkok-bound flight from Paris had entered Indian airspace from Pakistan.

The pilot had used the wrong Identify Friend or Foe (IFF) code, which allows ground radars to differentiate between friendly and enemy aircraft.

The MiG was told to "break off and return to base" when the correct code was given, an air force official said.

Flight Lt Priya Joshi also told the AFP news agency that a report had been filed with India's civil aviation authorities over the incident.

The Air France Airbus-343 had entered India above Amritsar, in the north-west of the country, early on Thursday morning.

The Indian air force has stepped up security along the border with Pakistan in the wake of the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed more than 170 people.
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