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MessageSujet: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Dim 13 Sep 2009 - 8:38

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Dim 13 Sep 2009 - 16:27

F-16E block-60 UAE AF during Red Flag'09



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MessageSujet: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 22 Oct 2009 - 1:05

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 29 Oct 2009 - 21:58

la brochure officielle des Dash 9

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Lun 9 Nov 2009 - 19:29

quelques achats interessants se profilent pour l´UAE lors du Dubai Air Show

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DATE:09/11/09
SOURCE:Flight International
UAE: building an arsenal
By Stephen Trimble

After catapulting to the ranks of the world's third-largest arms importer since 2004, the United Arab Emirates is continuing to stockpile its rapidly growing arsenal of advanced weapons systems.

Lockheed Martin had barely completed deliveries earlier this year of 60 Lockheed Martin F-16E/F Block 60s, which joined about 60 Dassault Mirage 2000-9s, when the UAE signed another wave of high-profile weapons contracts.

New aircraft deals announced at the IDEX exhibition in February ranged from the Alenia Aermacchi M346 trainer/light attack fighters to Boeing C-17s and Lockheed Martin C-130Js. Those contracts followed an announced last September that the UAE would invest up to $9 billion to bolster its air defence systems, acquiring Lockheed's Patriot Advanced Capability system and terminal high-altitude air defence batteries.


UAE F-16 US Air Force

As the Dubai air show opens its doors on 15 November, the world's arms contractors are gearing up for yet a third major around of acquisitions.

This next wave is likely to be as comprehensive - and expensive - as the preceding rounds. UAE officials are seeking to buy even more advanced fighters, stand up a battle management and command and control network, acquire a new fleet of light airlifters and - unique among Gulf states - locally design and manufacture a Predator-class unmanned aircraft system.

UAE officials are careful to defend themselves against accusations that the world's 51st largest economy, according to the CIA Factbook, spends a disproportionate amount on defence.

Among major arms importers, only China and South Korea spent more than the UAE's $7.1 billion on imported weapons from 2004-8, says the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. Forecast International predicts that spending on new defence acquisitions will rise to $7 billion in 2009. That means nearly 4% of the country's overall wealth is invested in weapons procurement.

UAE officials, however, may argue that the country is only catching up on decades of benign neglect in the defence sector. With regional neighbour Iraq embroiled in three major wars in the last three decades, continuing concerns about Iran's nuclear intentions and the persistent threat of domestic terror attacks, the response in Abu Dhabi and Dubai is not especially surprising.

The UAE and Iran remain in dispute over the sovereignty of three Persian Gulf islands - Abu Musa, Greater Tunb and Lesser Tunb, Richard Russell, an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, wrote in the latest issue of Joint Forces Quarterly magazine. Moreover, the UAE sits directly across the Persian Gulf from Iran and near the vital commercial chokepoint of the Strait of Hormuz.

Amid so many sensitive security issues, the UAE is careful to balance its diplomatic interests as it pursues weapons. SIPRI estimates that the UAE's current arsenal is maintained with a mix of 60% US-made kit and 40% by other countries, mainly European.

While the preceding round of defence acquisitions were dominated by contributions from US industry, the UAE is likely to pursue a new round that involves greater imports from Europe and perhaps Russia and China. No matter where the kit is sourced, however, UAE will expect its purchases to support its growing domestic arms industry.

Perhaps no other deal is more significant - for both buyer and seller - than the UAE's next round of fighter acquisitions. Talks between the UAE, the French government and Dassault over the Rafale have dragged on since at least 2007, but could finally reach a conclusion with this year's Dubai air show.

A signed order for up to 60 new Rafale fighters would greatly strengthen the UAE's ability to penetrate deep into Iranian airspace, as well as protect its own aerial borders from intrusion. The deal would also restore the geo-political balance of the UAE's arms inventory.

For Dassault, signing a contract for the Rafale could finally break the programme's export barrier, aggravated by near-misses to Russian or US competitors in Libya, Morocco, Singapore and South Korea. A successful deal with Abu Dhabi could pave the way for further sales in the Gulf region and elsewhere.

The road to a contract signing has so far witnessed many twists and complications, not least the status of UAE's existing fleet of Mirage 2000-9s.

It is widely presumed the UAE will require Dassault to take back the used fleet and find them new homes. For the transfer to work politically, the 2000-9 fighters may have to be picked by another Arab state, such as Egypt or Pakistan. However, Romania is reportedly also involved in talks for the UAE's used fighters.

The UAE also could make the Rafale sale part of its strategy to dramatically increase the capabilities of its domestic industrial base. In September, French president Nicolas Sarkozy promised Brazil local assembly for the F-X2 contract. If the UAE asks for equal treatment, Dassault could be hard-pressed to make the sums work.

Another contract hotly pursued by weapons makers is the UAE requirement for an airborne early warning and control aircraft. The UAE issued a classified request for information in 2006, drawing responses for the Boeing 737 AEW&C, Northrop Grumman E-2D Advanced Hawkeye and Saab 2000 Erieye.

The UAE has slowed the bidding process for its military to get better acquainted with the capabilities of an airborne command post.

A contract signing could be imminent, and could surprise many observers. Although the E-2D is widely considered the favourite to win the deal, the UAE has signalled to at least one bidder that it wants to take a different approach.

Egan Greenstein, Boeing's AEW&C senior manager, says the UAE is likely to adopt a two-phase acquisition strategy, with the first step to acquire an "interim solution" primarily for training. According to Greenstein, that system is likely to be the Saab Erieye, a radar that could be mounted on either the Saab 2000 or Saab 340 turboprops.

Greenstein says the interim system could be followed by a full solution, for which Boeing has submitted a proposal for the 737 AEW&C.

"We are the most capable, longest range and highest altitude platform in this market," Greenstein says.

Boeing is also proposing to match the airborne platform with a ground-based battle management network called Vigilaire, produced exclusively by Boeing Australia and therefore not subject to normal restrictions under the US international trade in arms regulations (ITAR) laws.

The UAE's spending largesse has not been lavished on only the French or US industry. Italy's Finmeccanica gained a foothold in the UAE market in February with the sale of 48 M-346 trainers, of which a portion will serve as light-strike fighters.

The deal seems to have opened the door for other Finmeccanica units to advanced into the Emirates with products. In particular, Alenia Aeronautica has identified the UAE as a potential customer for up to six C-27J light airlifters.

A C-27J deal would complement the UAE's sudden interest in airlift capability. The UAE has already signed a deal for 12 C-130Js medium transports. A contract to buy four Boeing C-17s remains in negotiations between the company and the UAE.

Signing that deal is critical to the future of Boeing's C-17 production line. The four aircraft are among 15 already in some stage of production based on orders signed or promised in the US government's fiscal year 2009. Boeing must complete the UAE deal or be stuck with four "white tail" airlifters with no customer.
The Saab Erieye AEW is a candidate for a major contract in the UAE

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Lun 9 Nov 2009 - 23:59

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Another contract hotly pursued by weapons makers is the UAE requirement for an airborne early warning and control aircraft. The UAE issued a classified request for information in 2006, drawing responses for the Boeing 737 AEW&C, Northrop Grumman E-2D Advanced Hawkeye and Saab 2000 Erieye.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 10 Nov 2009 - 2:37

C'est vrai que leur armée commence vraiment avoir une sacré gueule...ce que je retient aussi c'est l'aspect formation, par exemple l'accord de défense avec la france prévoi une grande part transfert d'expertise et de savoir faire ....je pense qu'il a certainement eu d'autre accord de se type avec d'autres pays.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 14:41

on dirait Yak que les émiratis qui vont avoir ce bijou, 2 appareils pour 221M$ vivement ,notre G-550 sera un EWA
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UAE to buy two Saab 340 early warning aircraft
DUBAI (Zawya Dow Jones)--The United Arab Emirates armed forces Tuesday signed a EUR148.3 million contract with Swedish company Saab (SAAB-B.SK) for two SAAB340 Early Warning Aircraft, and said it is evaluating "several options" to buy permanent solution early warning aircraft from Northrop Grumman (NOC) and Boeing (BA).

The Saab contract meets the army's "interim" operational requirements, armed forces chief of logistics staff Faris AlMazrouei told a press conference at the Dubai Airshow.

Northrop Grumman (NOC), Boeing, and Saab are still in the running for permanent solution early warning aircraft deals, AlMazrouei said.

"The permanent solutions that are available in the market are from Boeing, the Northrop Grumman E-2D, and there is another solution from Saab. But these solutions are still under study, even in their own nations."

The Saab contract includes buying the aircraft, associated systems, and providing air crews training, as well as maintenance and repair services. The first SAAB340 Early Warning aircraft will be imported in the third quarter of 2010, and the second one will be delivered around the first quarter of 2011.

The U.A.E. also Tuesday signed a contract worth 520 million Swiss francs ($511.54 million) with Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. of Switzerland to buy 25 basic training PC-21 aircraft, to be used for basic and combat operational training.

The Saab deal will be financed by the National Bank of Abu Dhabi, while Waha Capital will finance the Pilatus order, AlMazrouei said.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 15:26

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on dirait Yak que les émiratis qui vont avoir ce bijou, 2 appareils pour 221M$

le prix est correct pour ce type d'appareil qui est abordable...

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 16:03

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on dirait Yak que les émiratis qui vont avoir ce bijou, 2 appareils pour 221M$

le prix est correct pour ce type d'appareil qui est abordable...
tu m'as pas bien compris Viper, 2 appreils pour 221M$, sa veut dire 110.5M$ pour chaque avions, alors que note G-550 est à un prix de 142 M$ ( si je me rappele bien ), alors il sera un EWA, et pas VIP, déjà les G-550 EW, sont utilisé dans pas mal de pays, et autres sont en route de les acquérir notament l'Inde

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 16:50

donc quand ils auront leurs permanents AEW les 2 SAAB seront free,belle opportinuité,mais les UAE prendront bcp de temps avant de se décider..

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 18:44

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C'est vrai que leur armée commence vraiment avoir une sacré gueule...ce que je retient aussi c'est l'aspect formation, par exemple l'accord de défense avec la france prévoi une grande part transfert d'expertise et de savoir faire ....je pense qu'il a certainement eu d'autre accord de se type avec d'autres pays.

reste a connaitre leur combativité

j ai vu des troupe saoudienne en route pour combattre les houtis, ok leur matos et genial, mais je peu te dire que leur troupe font presque de la peine (les soldat avait l air perdu, effrayé, portée mal leu tenue et les rang ...etc

http://www.break.com/usercontent/2009/4/saudi-army-713532.html



j ai toujour consideré ces armée comme manquant de combativité (meme avec tous le matos du monde)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 23:32

Fremo a écrit:

tu m'as pas bien compris Viper, 2 appreils pour 221M$, sa veut dire 110.5M$ pour chaque avions, alors que note G-550 est à un prix de 142 M$ ( si je me rappele bien ), alors il sera un EWA, et pas VIP, déjà les G-550 EW, sont utilisé dans pas mal de pays, et autres sont en route de les acquérir notament l'Inde

Exact, ton analyse m'avait échapé Fremo... Mea-culpa !

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donc quand ils auront leurs permanents AEW les 2 SAAB seront free,belle opportinuité,mais les UAE prendront bcp de temps avant de se décider..

J'ai peur que les suédois nous fasse le même coup que les suisses avec les M109... Rolling Eyes

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 19 Nov 2009 - 23:26


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Team Rafale confident of UAE order

By: Chris Pocock
November 17, 2009
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Officials from Team Rafale are quietly confident that a deal for up to 60 airplanes will be made with the United Arab Emirates. Meanwhile, they are signing agreements here at the show with local entities that further strengthen the French influence in Emirati education and industry.
Eric Trappier, executive v-p international, Dassault Aviation, confirmed here yesterday that the UAE air force had been offered the “F3 Plus” standard of the Rafale, also known as “the Roadmap.” (See Sunday’s Dubai Airshow News, page 6 and Cool. A complete service and support package is also on the table. He also confirmed that the UAE has been offered the more powerful version of the M88 turbofan engine, rated at nine metric tons thrust, which Snecma has proposed but not yet developed because the French air arms do not require it. “It’s up to the UAE to decide whether they want this,” Trappier added.

Trappier said that the UAE did have some specific requirements, which he did not provide. AIN believes that these mostly concern unique weapons configurations. These are not in evidence here, but they were suggested by Dassault in model form at the Paris Air Show in June.

However, one previous plan to add conformal fuel tanks to the jet, with a UAE order in mind, has been dropped. “Our empty weight, our internal fuel carriage, our fuel tank options and our mtow are already the best of any current fighter,” Trappier claimed.

A part or complete exchange of the UAE Mirage 2000-9 fleet does not form part of the current negotiations for the Rafale. If there are any such negotiations, they are apparently taking place at government level. There have been reports that Egypt is interested in taking some of the Mirages, the last of which was delivered to the UAE in 2007.

Dassault Systèmes signed an agreement here in Dubai yesterday with Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research (Kustar), which has campuses in Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. Dassault Systèmes will help train Emiratis in the fields of 3-D visualization and product lifecycle management, in which it is a world leader. Dassault Systèmes is due to sign another agreement today, with local industry.

Thales said here yesterday that its joint venture with Abu Dhabi-based Baynuna Aviation Technology is officially established. According to the venture’s CEO, Khalid Al Bu-Ainnian, the company “aims to extend its services and product lines throughout the region, as well as contributing to building the UAE’s own industrial defense capabilities in advanced avionics systems.” General Khalid is the former chief of the UAE air force. Thales now has five joint ventures in the UAE. Team Rafale already has a separate joint venture with Baynuna–Dasbat Aviation–which promotes the Rafale in the UAE.

Two more joint ventures emerged yesterday with other Team Rafale members, both involving Baynuna. Snecbat Engine Technical Services (with Snecma) will provide logistics support service for the UAE’s M53-P2 engines that currently power the Mirage 2000-9s, and other fleets, while Sagembat Defense has been established with Sagem. It will develop, deliver and support high-technology products, to include smart weapons, which presumably refers to the Aasm family.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Sam 21 Nov 2009 - 14:24

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Sam 21 Nov 2009 - 15:06


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 4 Déc 2009 - 21:53

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United Arab Emirates – CH-47F CHINOOK Helicopters
WASHINGTON, December 3, 2009 – The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress today of a possible Foreign Military Sale to the United Arab Emirates of 16 Chinook helicopters, and communication equipment, as well as associated parts, equipment, training and logistical support for a complete package worth approximately $2.0 billion.
The Government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has requested a possible sale of 16 CH-47F CHINOOK Helicopters, 38 T55-GA-714A Turbine engines, 20 AN/APX-118 Transponders, 20 AN/ARC-220 (RT-1749) Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio Systems (SINCGARS) with Electronic counter-countermeasures, 40 AN/ARC-231 (RT-1808A) Receiver/Transmitters, 18 AN/APR-39A(V)1 Radar Signal Detecting Sets with Mission Data Sets, flight and radar signal simulators, support equipment, spare and repair parts, publications and technical documentation, site survey, construction and facilities, U.S. Government and contractor technical and logistics support services, and other related elements of logistics support. The estimated cost is $2.0 billion.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 4 Déc 2009 - 22:39

le prix unitaire est plus cher que celui d'un F-16 BLOC52+ !!!!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 4 Déc 2009 - 22:47

purée c est super cher comme meme, nous on les a payé moins cher de memoire
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 4 Déc 2009 - 22:53

les F coutent quelques ~80M$,la grande somme vient des APR39A/IFF/SINCARS qui les equiperont ainsi que les details de la logistique/service qui sont viennent avec..

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Lun 7 Déc 2009 - 22:37

Peut être une mauvaise nouvelle pour les fans du Rafale.

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Dubai 09: UAE reveals fifth-generation fighter ambitions

By Stephen Trimble

A top United Arab Emirates military leader aspires to obtain a fifth-generation fighter in the very near term, suggesting a potential new sales coup for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

"I hope that within a couple years the UAE, like many other countries, will have a fifth-generation fighter," says Brig Gen Ibrahim Naser Alalawi, deputy commander of the UAE Air Force and Air Defence. Alalawi was speaking at the Dubai International Air Chiefs conference held yesterday morning at Dubai's Knowledge Village Conference Centre.

Lockheed's F-35 is expected to be the only fifth-generation fighter available for sale for perhaps another decade. The Chinese J-12 and the Russian/Indian PAK-FA remain in the early stages of development.

The UAE has previously not been named among the several countries - including the UK, Australia and Israel - planning to buy the first export F-35s scheduled for delivery after 2013.

Ibrahim made the remark in the context of delivering a speech on the UAE's requirements for filling a capability gap with a new generation of advanced jet trainers. The UAE has selected the Alenia Aermacchi M-346 as a lead-in trainer for its new Lockheed F-16E/F Block 60s.

The US Air Force, meanwhile, is considering buying the M-346 as the last step for building up the skills of future F-35 pilots.

Alalawi did not elaborate beyond expressing his hope that the UAE will own a fifth-generation fighter. Subsequent slides showed pictures of the Lockheed F-22 and F-35. US law prohibits Lockheed from selling the F-22 abroad, but the US government strongly supports foreign sales of the F-35 to its allies.

It was not immediately clear how Alalawi's remarks could influence support among UAE military leaders to acquire another advanced fourth-generation fighter - the Dassault Rafale - even sooner.

Lockheed originally projected F-35 sales in the Middle East in programme briefing slides dating back to 2002. But more recently the company has declined opportunities to name the UAE as a near-term sales target. The F-35 is not even on display at Lockheed (stand E450), which is instead dominated by a model of the F-16.
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/11/15/334899/dubai-09-uae-reveals-fifth-generation-fighter-ambitions.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 8 Déc 2009 - 11:12

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Peut être une mauvaise nouvelle pour les fans du Rafale.

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Dubai 09: UAE reveals fifth-generation fighter ambitions

By Stephen Trimble

A top United Arab Emirates military leader aspires to obtain a fifth-generation fighter in the very near term, suggesting a potential new sales coup for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

"I hope that within a couple years the UAE, like many other countries, will have a fifth-generation fighter," says Brig Gen Ibrahim Naser Alalawi, deputy commander of the UAE Air Force and Air Defence. Alalawi was speaking at the Dubai International Air Chiefs conference held yesterday morning at Dubai's Knowledge Village Conference Centre.

Lockheed's F-35 is expected to be the only fifth-generation fighter available for sale for perhaps another decade. The Chinese J-12 and the Russian/Indian PAK-FA remain in the early stages of development.

The UAE has previously not been named among the several countries - including the UK, Australia and Israel - planning to buy the first export F-35s scheduled for delivery after 2013.

Ibrahim made the remark in the context of delivering a speech on the UAE's requirements for filling a capability gap with a new generation of advanced jet trainers. The UAE has selected the Alenia Aermacchi M-346 as a lead-in trainer for its new Lockheed F-16E/F Block 60s.

The US Air Force, meanwhile, is considering buying the M-346 as the last step for building up the skills of future F-35 pilots.

Alalawi did not elaborate beyond expressing his hope that the UAE will own a fifth-generation fighter. Subsequent slides showed pictures of the Lockheed F-22 and F-35. US law prohibits Lockheed from selling the F-22 abroad, but the US government strongly supports foreign sales of the F-35 to its allies.

It was not immediately clear how Alalawi's remarks could influence support among UAE military leaders to acquire another advanced fourth-generation fighter - the Dassault Rafale - even sooner.

Lockheed originally projected F-35 sales in the Middle East in programme briefing slides dating back to 2002. But more recently the company has declined opportunities to name the UAE as a near-term sales target. The F-35 is not even on display at Lockheed (stand E450), which is instead dominated by a model of the F-16.
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/11/15/334899/dubai-09-uae-reveals-fifth-generation-fighter-ambitions.html

les usa ont decider de couler le rafale et faut dire qu ils y arrivent!!!! ils ont ramené du lourd au salon 2009
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 8 Déc 2009 - 15:38

qui prendra les 2000-9 emiratis?egyptiens,pakis ou roumains?..

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qui remarque la bourde de flight global? Rolling Eyes

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 8 Déc 2009 - 18:06


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Abu Dhabi Mar Confirms In Talks With ThyssenKrupp On HDW



Arab shipbuilder Abu Dhabi Mar Tuesday confirmed it is in preliminary talks with German steelmaker ThyssenKrupp AG (TKA.XE) on German submarine builder Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, or HDW.
"I can confirm that Abu Dhabi Mar is talking to Thysenkrupp, the owner of HDW," a Germany-based spokesman for Abu Dhabi Mar told
Dow Jones Newswires.
"Abu Dhabi Mar and Thysenkrupp are in due diligence on Blohm Voss, and in that context, they have also talked on HDW," the spokesman said, adding "there are no final discussions or negotiations. They are in preliminary talks."
He wouldn't confirm the size of the stake they are reportedly looking at. "They're focusing on Blohm Voss and completing that."
The comments come in response to an article in German daily newspaper Handelsblatt Tuesday, citing sources that Abu Dhabi Mar wants to take a 24.9% stake in HDW.
Company Web site:
www.abudhabimar.com; www.thyssenkrupp.com

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 8 Déc 2009 - 18:36

oui je l´ai vu sur canal eco allemand,vont pas leur donner 25% pour ne pas avoir un mot a dire,les arabes sauvent les europeens sans conditions..meme le gouvernement n´a pas encore dit son mot,l´industrie militaire est sensbile ici,surtout quand les etrangers s´y interessent

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