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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 28 Jan 2016 - 11:42

Patria AMV vehicle selected by the United Arab Emirates



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The General Headquarters of the United Arab Emirates’ Armed Forces has ordered Patria AMV 8×8 armoured wheeled vehicles. All details of the contract are classified.

“This is a magnificent extension for the ongoing, successful co-operation between the UAE Armed Forces and Patria. UAE Armed Forces have been very satisfied with their existing AMV vehicles as they meet all the customer’s needs and are suitable for the needed, challenging circumstances.

These vehicles will be produced by our Polish partner in a very tight time schedule. The agreement done now is very significant for Patria, and we are excited about this and looking forward to providing the vehicles”, says Mika Kari, President of Patria Land business unit.

Patria AMV offers effective protection, increased mobility, modularity and combat proven performance. The vehicle’s structural solutions enable high payload capacity, high level of protection and integration of heavy weapon systems. Patria AMV has received excellent feedback from customers for its performance in combat and crisis management operations in Afghanistan and Chad. Patria has contracts for over 1,400 Patria AMV vehicles.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mer 9 Mar 2016 - 10:25

UAE To Buy 8 Italian-Made Drones for €316M



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The UAE agreed to a €316 million contract to purchase eight Piaggio P.1HH Hammerhead unmanned aerial vehicles, the General Headquarters of the United Arab Emirates Armed Force  said Tuesday.

The aircraft will be equipped with EO/IR (Electro-Optical Infra-Red) cameras, radar and communications systems, Piaggio said in a statement, adding that the contract also covers logistic support and training.

The contract has been signed with Abu Dhabi Autonomous Systems Investments (ADASI).

Italy-based Piaggio is controlled by Mubadala, an Abu Dhabi-based strategic investment firm.

Last year Piaggio said the Italian Air Force, which has been closely involved in the development of the UAV, would be the launch-customer of the Hammerhead, with deliveries to start this year.

The Hammerhead is an unmanned version of Piaggio’s P.180 business jet.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 11 Mar 2016 - 17:34

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UAE Air Force orders AAQ-24 DIRCM to protect its C-17 transports
Mar 11, 2016





The United Arab Emirates Air Force could protect its eight Boeing C-17A strategic transports with Northrop Grumman’s AN/AAQ-24(V) large aircraft infrared countermeasures (LAIRCM) system under a $225 million deal recently approved by the US government.

Northrop would be a subcontractor to Boeing if the deal closes. Abu Dhabi is seeking eight Northrop AAQ-24 LAIRCM suites, each comprised of three Guardian laser transmitter assemblies, six ultraviolet missile warning sensors and other major components.

The equipment itself is worth $83 million, according to the agency, but the total program cost is closer to $225 million over six years.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Lun 14 Mar 2016 - 16:37


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UAE Black Hawks on CSAR mission in Yemen after Mirage 2000-9D crashed



It was a UAE Air Force Mirage 2000-9D that crashed in Yemen today and Black Hawk helicopters were dispatched to the scene for combat search-and-rescue. The crew however did not survive the crash.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Lun 14 Mar 2016 - 19:21

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 18 Mar 2016 - 16:17

Rafale : un contrat avec les Emirats Arabes Unis s'éloigne en 2016




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Abu Dhabi décalerait une éventuelle commande du Rafale à 2017, voire 2018. Elle pourrait être découpée en trois tranches (trois fois 20 avions de combat).

Selon plusieurs sources concordantes, les Émirats Arabes Unis (EAU) ne devraient pas signer de contrat Rafale cette année (60 appareils).

Pour autant, les EAU restent toujours très intéressés par l'avion de combat de Dassault Aviation.

Le prince héritier d'Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan a d'ailleurs promis une nouvelle fois au ministre de la Défense Jean-Yves Le Drian lors de sa dernière visite aux Émirats, de passer commande à la France.

Ce sera au mieux en 2017, mais probablement après les élections présidentielles, voire en 2018.

La commande pourrait être découpée en trois tranches (3 fois 20) avec une modernisation des premiers appareils achetés, explique-t-on à La Tribune. "Il faut être très patient", explique-t-on à La Tribune.
La guerre au Yémen coûte cher

Pourquoi attendre 2017, voire 2018 ? La guerre au Yémen, qui est partie pour durer, coûte très cher aux Émirats. En outre, les EAU pâtissent d'un prix du baril trop faible. Il a perdu plus de la moitié de sa valeur depuis juin 2014. Sur le New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex), le baril de "light sweet crude" (WTI) pour livraison en avril s'élevait jeudi à 39,87 dollars.

Enfin, les Émirats, qui sont déjà très bien équipés, utilisent dans les combats au Yémen la plupart de leurs systèmes d'armes achetés ces dernières années, notamment les Mirage 2000-9 appréciés par les pilotes émiratis. Ils en détiennent une petite soixantaine.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 29 Mar 2016 - 12:13

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Belarus with UAE signed the new supply agreement for delivery of the heavy-duty Tank Transporters
Mar 28, 2016





Minsk Wheel Tractor Plant, (TM VOLAT®), Belarus, and Al Badie Trading Establishment, UAE, signed the Supply Agreement for delivery of the heavy-duty Tank Transporters (total load capacity is 136 t) to the UAE GHQ Armed Forces. VOLAT is launchinVolat off-road Tank Transporterg the new Tank Transporters specially designed for the needs of the UAE GHQ Armed Forces, expanding its worldwide presence and confirming its ability to meet the requirements of the most demanding Customers in the international markets.

The new Volat off-road Tank Transporter consists of 8×8 all-wheel drive prime mover MZKT-741351, semi-trailer MZKT-999421 and trailer MZKT-837211, and is capable to carry up to 3 tracked and wheeled combat vehicles (MBT, BMP-3, Howitzer G6) or 20/40-foot containers up to 130 tons.

Prime mover MZKT-741351:

– Equipped with CAT С18 engine, ALLISON transmission with electronic control, hydraulic double-drum winch;

– Fully independent suspension for securing of high cross-country ability and steerability;

– More space in newly designed steel modular cabin enabling to locate up to 8 seats for driver and combat vehicle crew;

– Different variants of cab armoring secured by special fittings, brackets for rifles and pivoting roof hatch.

Semi-trailer MZKT-999421 and trailer MZKT-83721:

– Movable shelter on trailer and semi-trailer;

– Extendable loading platform (width adjustable from 3 650 mm to 4 650mm);

– Semi-trailer hydraulic wheel drive (optional) to increase a cross-country ability ;

– Approach of the armored tracked vehicles from trailer to semi-trailer.

MZKT-741351+MZKT-999421+MZKT-837211 is equipped traditionally with onboard information system, tire pressure control system and CTIS as a.

During development of the new heavy-duty Tank Transporter the latest designing ideas and engineering solutions were implemented by VOLAT to secure the highest level of quality and reliability along with high load capacity and endurance.

The first unit of the new Tank Transporter MZKT-741351+999421+837211 is expected to be supplied to the UAE GHQ Armed Forces in July 2016.

The Supply Agreement was signed on behalf of VOLAT by the General director Mr. Igor Letov and on behalf of Al Badie Trading Establishment by the Vice-President Mr. Khaled Mohammed Al Badie.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 29 Mar 2016 - 14:03

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Yemen conflict: Al-Qaeda ‘used surface-to-air missile’ to bring down Emirati fighter jet




Al-Qaeda has acquired sophisticated surface-to-air missiles, The Independent has learned, which were used to shoot down an Emirati fighter jet in a dangerous escalation of the civil war raging in Yemen.

A French-made Mirage jet, flying in the air force of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), crashed into a mountain side just outside the southern port city of Aden on 14 March. Authorities claimed that the crash was “the result of a technical malfunction”, but sources dispute this, claiming that the jet was shot down with Russian munitions. The incident raises the spectre of other jihadist branches accessing sophisticated surface-to-air missiles in Syria, Iraq and further afield.

The UAE is part of a Saudi-led coalition that has carried out a year-long war against Shia Houthi rebels, primarily from the air. Also involved in the war is al-Qaeda’s regional affiliate, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). With the bombing war dragging on, AQAP has worked assiduously and quietly to consolidate its hold in south Yemen.

Two pilots flying the jet were killed in the crash and locals reported seeing Apache helicopters and the jet engaged in an attack on AQAP forces dug into a district to the west of Aden. Security sources have estimated that some 300 jihadist fighters were under attack at the time the jet came down.

A source in Yemen told The Independent that the surface-to-air missile was a Russian-manufactured SA-7 or “Strela”. The SA-7 is a shoulder held heat-seeking missile. It has a “kill zone” range of between 15 and 1,500 metres in altitude, suggesting that the Mirage was flying low in a strafing run on the AQAP positions when it was hit.

The SA-7 has been around for several decades. The most likely source is Bulgaria which, after the breakup of the Soviet Union, sold Russian military hardware, including the SA-7, to countries alll over the Middle East.

The incident was the fourth time a coalition jet had crashed in the Yemen campaign, but the first in which a surface-to-air missile was used.

In late December an American-made F-16, part of Bahrain’s air force, came down in Saudi Arabia. The pilot ejected and survived in what appeared to be a crash related to a technical problem.

In May of last year, a Moroccan pilot died when his F-16 crashed in the north Yemen governorate of Saada. The Houthis claimed at the time that the jet was flying low and was hit by anti-aircraft guns positioned in the mountains. Coalition authorities said technical problems caused the crash.

The third plane, a Saudi F-15, came down in international waters in the Gulf of Aden at the start of the war, with officials citing mechanical issues.

A second source, who has close links with the Saudi intelligence service, said that the missile which brought down the Emirati jet this month was acquired by AQAP in raids on military bases that have occurred over the past year.

“Al Qaeda has confiscated huge amounts of weapons from bases in Yemen,” he said. He cited two such bases, one at al-Aryan along the southern coast east of Aden and another at Ataq, the capital of the southern governorate of Shabwah.

Using alliances with local tribes, al-Qaeda now controls the oil rich governorate of Hadhramaut together with the coastal city of Mukalla. Shabwah lies to the west of Hadhramaut and it too is largely controlled by AQAP and its tribal affiliates. “Al-Qaeda are smarter than Islamic State [Isis],” the source said. “They speak with the tribal elders, they co-opt people, get them on their side. Islamic State uses fear and coercion. It’s flashy and seeks a lot of attention but al-Qaeda is laying low and playing the long game.”

The source also said that what he called “co-operative army officers” were making it easy for the jihadists to get weapons, many of them supplied by the Americans to the Yemeni army during the presidency of Ali Abdullah Saleh. Mr Saleh who ruled Yemen with an iron hand for several decades was forced out in 2012 in the wake of popular protests.

The source claimed that soldiers loyal to Mr Saleh, who is allied to the Houthis, as well as soldiers supporting the current Saudi backed president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi are selling arms to AQAP. “They are getting the weapons from both sides,” the source

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 5 Mai 2016 - 14:06

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Egypt, UAE Khalifa 2 Exercise Ends
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Activities of the Khalifa 2 exercises in which formations of the Egyptian and UAE Naval Forces took part were concluded in the UAE territorial waters.

The several days’ drills involved intensive training activities on carrying out joint operations.

Warships from the two countries carried out naval tactics during the day and night times as well as training on how to confront enemy targets in cooperation with the air force.

The exercise represented one of the most important and biggest drills in the Gulf region as it tackles combat activities as well as means to exchange military expertise through the use of the most up-to-date naval combat technology.

The exercise, which affirms the depth of historical relations between the two countries, is part of training with armies of friendly countries.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Sam 14 Mai 2016 - 0:58

United Arab Emirates-AGM-114 R/K Hellfire Category III Missiles


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WASHINGTON, May 13, 2016 - The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the United Arab Emirates for AGM-114 R/K Hellfire Category III Missiles and equipment, training, and support. The estimated cost is $476 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale on May 11, 2016.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has requested a possible sale of four-thousand (4,000) AGM-114 R/K Hellfire Missiles over the next three (3) years in increments of one-thousand (1,000) to one-thousand five-hundred (1,500) missiles. Also included in this possible sale are training and technical assistance. The total estimated value of MDE is $468 million. The overall total estimated value is $476 million.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Dim 15 Mai 2016 - 13:05

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Emirats : deux tués dans le crash d'un avion militaire


AFP 15/05/2016



Un avion de l'armée de l'air des Emirats arabes unis s'est écrasé dimanche lors d'un vol d'entraînement, tuant les deux occupants de l'appareil, a annoncé le commandement général des forces armées émiraties.

Un instructeur et un jeune pilote ont péri dans l'accident, a précisé l'armée dans un bref communiqué publié par l'agence officielle WAM.
L'armée n'a pas précisé le type de l'avion mais indiqué qu'une enquête avait été ouverte sur les circonstances de l'accident.

http://www.lorientlejour.com/article/986082/emirats-deux-tues-dans-le-crash-dun-avion-militaire.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Dim 15 Mai 2016 - 14:10

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Dim 15 Mai 2016 - 16:35

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mer 18 Mai 2016 - 17:43

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UAE set to get 4,000 more Hellfire missiles

Jeremy Binnie, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
18 May 2016


The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) suggested the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has used large numbers of AGM-114 Hellfire missiles during its military operation in Yemen when it said on 13 May that the State Department had approved an Emirati request for another 4,000 missiles.

The DSCA said the 4,000 AGM-114R/K missiles were estimated to be worth USD468 million and will be delivered in increments of at least 1,000 missiles over the next three years.

The AGM-114K has an armour-penetrating warhead, while the AGM-114R is a multipurpose missile that combines the AGM-114K's anti-armour capability with the blast/fragmentation effect of the AGM-114M and the thermobaric effect of the AGM-114N.

The DSCA said the UAE would use the missiles to "strengthen its homeland defence".

The UAE's previous Hellfire request was made in September 2011 and consisted of 500 AGM-114R-3 missiles with associated equipment and support estimated to be worth USD65 million. That came after a request was made for 363 AGM-114N-3 missiles in August 2009.

The UAE has four aircraft types that can launch Hellfire missiles: Boeing AH-64D Apache attack helicopters, Bell/NorthStar Aviation 407MRH armed scout helicopters, and two variants of the Air Tractor/Thrush crop duster that have been developed into attack aircraft by IOMAX.

The UAE is known to have deployed Apache, 407MRH, and Air Tractor aircraft to southern Yemen since March 2015, when it became a leading member of the Arab coalition that intervened to reinstall Yemen's ousted president. It has also deployed Air Tractors to southern Saudi Arabia to help protect that country from cross-border attacks.







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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 27 Mai 2016 - 17:11

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India and Russia have agreed ‘in principle’ to export the world’s fastest anti-ship cruise missile, BrahMos, to UAE, Vietnam, South Africa and Chile.


Sources in the government told FE on Thursday that several structural changes were made in the defence exports policy and these were yielding results. “As far as the BrahMos missile is concerned, talks with countries like UAE, Chile, South Africa and Vietnam are in advanced stages.”

http://www.financialexpress.com/article/economy/india-russia-team-up-to-export-worlds-fastest-anti-ship-cruise-missile-brahmos/266967/#vuukle_div

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Lun 30 Mai 2016 - 16:46

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India and Russia have agreed ‘in principle’ to export the world’s fastest anti-ship cruise missile, BrahMos, to UAE, Vietnam, South Africa and Chile.


Sources in the government told FE on Thursday that several structural changes were made in the defence exports policy and these were yielding results. “As far as the BrahMos missile is concerned, talks with countries like UAE, Chile, South Africa and Vietnam are in advanced stages.”

http://www.financialexpress.com/article/economy/india-russia-team-up-to-export-worlds-fastest-anti-ship-cruise-missile-brahmos/266967/#vuukle_div

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 2 Juin 2016 - 11:31

India seeks to deepen defence and trade ties with UAE

Rahul Bedi, New Delhi - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
02 June 2016
ndia is aiming to bolster trade and defence ties with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and other Middle Eastern states. The move comes as the Indian Air Force (IAF) began the second edition of its 10-day Desert Eagle-II combat exercise with the UAE Air Force on 24 May, deploying four Sukhoi Su-30MKI multirole fighters.

The UAE Air Force fielded Mirage 2000-9 and Block 60 F-16 combat aircraft for the drill, which simulates multiple combat scenarios, the IAF said in a 27 May statement. Senior Indian officials pointed out that through such bilateral exercises - the second since 2008 - New Delhi is also seeking to maintain, service, upgrade, and weaponise the UAE's 12 BAE Systems Hawk 132 advanced jet trainers (AJT).


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 2 Juin 2016 - 23:47

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02/06/2016

Saab prépare le premier GlobalEye pour les EAU !





Les Emirats Arabes Unis (EAU) ont passé commande pour deux appareils d’alerte précoce et de contrôle aéroporté (AEW&C) de type « GlobalEye » en novembre dernier. Le contrat d’une valeur de 1, 27 milliards de dollars a été signé avec l’avionneur suédois Saab.

Premier Appareil en préparation :



Le premier des deux appareils Bombardier Global 6000 est arrivé en suède chez Saab à Linköping. La première phase de modifications a débuté en vue de la modification de la cellule de l’avion Global pour y recevoir l’ensemble des systèmes électronique de Saab. La grande cabine du biréacteur Global 6000 offre un espace confortable pour l’installation des postes de commandes et de surveillance. Le personnel pourra se tenir debout. Le poste de pilotage est doté du nouveau système d’avionique Bombardier Vision. Offrant les plus récentes technologies, cet impressionnant biréacteur peut relier Paris à Tokyo sans escale avec huit passagers et de trois à quatre membres d’équipage (en mode jet privé). Il peut franchir 6’000 milles marins (11’100 km) à Mach 0,85 avec jusqu’à huit passagers.

De son côté la Société de Défense et de la sécurité Saab installera sa nouvelle version du système de radar Saab « Erieye ». Le système « Swing Role Surveillance System » (SRSS) capable de détection simultanée et le suivi des cibles multiples dans les airs, sur terre et en mer.

Le GlobalErye :



Le système AEW&C GlobalEye disposera donc de la nouvelle version du radar « Erieye », le SRSS de type AESA qui offre une détection supérieur à 600 kilomètres. Les caractéristiques du système comprennent, la production d'onde adaptative (y compris la compression numérique, codées en phase d'impulsion), le traitement du signal et de poursuite de cible (TWS) tout au long de la couverture angulaire du système à l’aide de fréquences basses et moyennes. Le système permet une capacité de détection avant et en arrière du cap de l'avion.

En matière de détection maritime, le système est couplé avec le radar Selex-ES 7500E en bande I (8 à 12,5 GHz) ventral. Le GlobalEye est capable de détecter des navires à environ 400 km et même des contacts plus petits, comme par exemple un jet ski et des bateaux gonflables (CPCR) et un périscope de sous-marin à très longue portée au-delà des 100 nautiques miles. L’ensemble du système est capable de fonctionner dans un environnement de guerre-électronique et de cyberguerre. L’identification de piste aérienne est facilitée par un IFF Mode 5 (ou norme nationale du client).

Un second client :

La semaine dernière, l’avionneur Saab a annoncé avoir reçu une nouvelle commande pour son "GlobalEye" d’un client qui désire pour l’instant rester anonyme.


Photos : 1 & 2 Images de synthèse du Global Eye @ Saab

http://psk.blog.24heures.ch/archive/2016/06/02/saab-prepare-le-premier-globaleye-pour-les-eau-861536.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 3 Juin 2016 - 14:17

L'info est en chinois et date de 2014


l'Armée Émirati possède des MLRS chinois de type AR3 et SR5





 



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 3 Juin 2016 - 23:44


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Dim 12 Juin 2016 - 13:00

L''armée Emarati a annoncé ce matin la perte d'un hélicoptère, du pilote et de son assistant

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UAE pilots killed as helicopter crashes into Arabian Gulf

A UAE military helicopter crashed into the sea, killing both crew members on board, state news agency WAM reported on Sunday. The General Command of the UAE Armed Forces said the accident happened over the Gulf and inside UAE territorial waters. The command extended its condolences to the families of the airmen. No further details have been released at this time.
http://7days.ae/uae-pilots-killed-helicopter-crashes-arabian-gulf/87301

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 16 Juin 2016 - 18:31

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Le Mirage 2000-9 plébiscité


16 juin 2016/ Actualité Industrie et matériels




L’armée de l’air émiratie serait très satisfaite de la performance de ses Mirage 2000-9 engagés massivement dans les opéra­tions au Yémen. Il s’agit de la version la plus avancée de l’appareil de Dassault, dotée notamment d’un radar RDY-2, d’une capacité de ravitaillement en vol, de tir de missiles de croisière Black Shaheen (SCALP) et de missiles antinavires Exocet.

Les respon­sa­bles émiratis insistent notamment sur le très bon comportement du moteur M53 P2 : le nombre d’heures de vol est passé de 9 000 à 15 000/an depuis plusieurs mois sans entraîner de baisse de la disponibilité opération­nelle des appareils.

Par ailleurs, un programme de coopération sur la bombe guidée AASM de Sagem serait en discussion entre Paris et Abou Dhabi, les Emiratis souhaitant convaincre Dassault d’accepter l’intégration rapide de l’AASM sur Mirage 2000-9 alors que Dassault insiste toujours pour la réserver au Rafale. Une problé­matique que les Emiratis pourraient soulever lorsque Jean-Yves Le Drian se rendra aux Emirats dans les prochaines semaines.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 17 Juin 2016 - 11:48

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UAE Announces End of Yemen Military Operations
Awad Mustafa6:05 p.m. EDT June 15, 2016


DUBAI — The United Arab Emirates on Wednesday announced the end of its military operations in Yemen.

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr. Anwar Gargash made the announcement during a lecture at the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi's court on Wednesday night.

In a tweet summarizing Gargash’s remarks, Sheikh Mohammed, crown prince of Abu Dhabi and deputy supreme commander of the armed forces, said: “Our standpoint is clear: war is over for our troops. We are monitoring political arrangements, empowering Yemenis in liberated areas."

According to Abu Dhabi owned newspaper, The National, Gargash discussed the difficult choice the UAE made to become involved in the war in Yemen and the disappointing results of peace talks.

“After 50 discouraging days of Yemeni peace talks in Kuwait, there is no unified vision for the future. There are alarming signs that the south wants to defect and that radicalism is on the rise," he was quoted saying by the newspaper.

Other obstacles Yemen faces include the rise of al-Qaida with the support of the Muslim Brotherhood, the minister added. He also criticized Iranian influence for fueling sectarian divisions in the region and “exporting chaos."

“War was never the choice but it was the only solution after exhausting all other outcomes," he was quoted.

“The future of stability means taking a bigger stance when it comes to national security. Legitimacy needs to be restored and the Iranian influence has to be stopped. It’s time that the line be drawn."

Gargash added that the UAE would help to rebuild Yemen but ultimately “building Yemen is the role of the Yemenis."

According to Mahmoud Sharief Mahmoud, director of research at the Dubai-based Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis, the military operations have ended.

"The role of the UAE noncombatant forces will begin with civilian forces in Yemen to start the process of nation building," Mahmoud said. He added that the UAE forces will remain in a security posture until the transition is complete.

"We should be expecting the return of UAE forces within the coming months as their will not be any immediate withdrawal until security is stabilized," Mahmoud added.

The announcement came on the back of the negotiations in Kuwait between the Saudi-led coalition and the Houthi rebels sponsored by the United Nations. The role of a military committee and the formation of a transitional government is one point of contention for the Saudis, said Mahmoud.

A statement from the coalition should be expected in the next coming days, Mahmoud added.

Another threat to the agreement, said Mahmoud, is the deputy leader of the Houthi rebels, Abdullah Al Razami, who is is amassing his forces towards the northern border of Yemen with Saudi Arabia in an attempt to derail the agreement."

No statements have been made by the Saudi government or the coalition leadership in Riyadh concerning the UAE announcement. Currently, the Saudi air and ground forces are engaging in Yemen along with a large number of troops from Sudan in addition to Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain.

Email: amustafa@defensenews.com


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 17 Juin 2016 - 12:35

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CAE to Develop Naval Training Centre for UAE Navy
(Source: CAE, Inc.; issued June 15, 2016)
MONTREAL, Canada --- CAE was awarded contracts by the General Headquarters (GHQ) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Armed Forces. One of the programs awarded is to design and develop a comprehensive Naval Training Centre (NTC) for the UAE Navy.

The purpose-built NTC facility will feature a range of integrated ship simulation-based training suites as well as maritime aircraft sensor stations that will be used to deliver training for individuals, command teams, and whole ship crews. In addition, the overall naval training system for the UAE Navy is being designed for networking and interoperability to enable distributed multi-platform and joint mission training.

With potential phases, the UAE NTC program could be worth approximately C$450 million over the next 15 years.

CAE has established CAE Maritime Middle East LLC to serve as the prime contractor and program management company in Abu Dhabi, UAE. CAE will be supported on the program by Babcock International, one of the United Kingdom's leading engineering support organizations, as well as other local UAE companies.

"This is a major strategic win for CAE and clearly demonstrates our capabilities to serve as a training systems integrator across all defence domains," said Gene Colabatistto, CAE's Group President, Defence & Security. "The UAE Navy selected CAE as its training partner because of our focus and expertise in training, and the result will be a comprehensive naval training enterprise that helps the UAE Navy achieve a high level of fleet operational readiness."

The UAE NTC will include whole ship simulation suites for the bridge, combat information centre (CIC), and machinery control room (MCR). CAE's naval tactical mission trainers (TMTs) will be provided and can be reconfigured for a variety of vessel types, and used to deliver individual training across a range of ship systems and subsystems, including Combat Management Systems, sensor, and weapons systems.

The naval tactical mission trainers will be networked and used as part of a whole ship configuration for team and multi-ship training. CAE will also provide airborne tactical mission trainers to represent both fixed-wing and rotary-wing maritime aircraft that can be included as part of joint and collective mission training exercises.

The UAE NTC will feature a tactical control centre that will be used to coordinate and conduct comprehensive joint training and mission rehearsal exercises. The training facility will include all the requisite functionality and capability to perform naval exercise planning, execution, analysis, debrief, and evaluation. The whole ship simulation suites of various vessels combined with a high-fidelity synthetic environment based on the Common Database (CDB) will also enable development and evaluation of naval tactics, procedures and doctrine.

The UAE Naval Training Centre will be located in Taweelah with connectivity to several other naval and air bases throughout the UAE. The UAE NTC is expected to be complete and ready-for-training by early 2019.


CAE is a global leader in delivery of training for the civil aviation, defence and security, and healthcare markets. We design and integrate the industry's most comprehensive training solutions, anchored by the knowledge and expertise of our 8,000 employees, our world-leading simulation technologies and a track record of service and technology innovation spanning seven decades.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Ven 17 Juin 2016 - 15:42

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Les Émirats arabes unis comptent retirer leurs forces du Yémen


Posté dans Moyen-Orient, Opérations par Laurent Lagneau Le 17-06-2016




Alors que, en avril, un fragile cessez-le-feu est entré en vigueur entre les rebelles houthis, proches de l’Iran, et les forces loyales au président yéménite, Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, soutenu par une coalition dirigée par l’Arabie saoudite, et que les deux parties ont engagé des pourparlers de paix au Koweït, sous l’égide Nations unies, les Émirats arabes unis ont annoncé leur intention de réduire significativement leur engagement militaire au Yémen.

« Notre position aujourd’hui est claire: la guerre est pratiquement terminée pour nos troupes », a en effet déclaré, le 15 juin, le chef de la diplomatie émiratie, Anouar Gargach. « Nous surveillons les arrangements politiques, donnant aux Yéménites le pouvoir dans les régions libérées », a-t-il ajouté.

Grâce à l’intervention de la coalition arabe, les forces loyalistes ont repris un certain nombre de territoires, notamment dans le sud du Yémen, qui avaient été précédemment conquis par les rebelles houthis et leurs alliés, c’est à dire les fidèles d’ Ali Abdallah Saleh, l’ex-président yéménite. Pour autant, la situation est encore loin d’être réglée dans la mesure où il faut aussi prendre en compte les organisations jhadistes, qui ont profité du chaos ambiant pour accroître leur emprise.

D’ailleurs, les forces émiraties ont joué un rôle déterminant, en avril, lors de la reconquête de la ville portuaire de Moukalla, tombée aux mains d’al-Qaïda dans la péninsule arabique (AQPA) un an plus tôt.

Les Émirats, qui ont engagé, au Yémen, leurs chars Leclerc, ont subi des pertes relativements lourdes, avec plus de 80 soldats tués en 15 mois. Et,cela a donné lieu à des tensions étant donné que la majorité des militaires morts dans les combats étaient originaires de Ras al-Khayna, l’un des sept émirats de la fédération émiratie.

Aussi, d’après RFI, Ras al-Khayna aurait fait part de son mécontentement, ce qui expliquerait l’annonce de ce retrait militaire du Yémen. Ou du moins l’intention affichée par les autorités émiraties.

Car, dans les faits, tout n’est pas aussi simple. Ainsi, au lendemain de son annoncé, le secrétaire d’État émirati aux Affaires étrangères a précisé que l’engagement militaire des Émirats se poursuivra tant que la coalition arabe continuera ses opérations au Yémen.

« Nos forces armées (…) ont combattu avec courage et professionnalisme. Leur rôle continue aux côtés (…) de l’Arabie saoudite, jusqu’à ce que la coalition annonce la fin de la guerre », a-t-il affirmé, via Twitter.

http://www.opex360.com/2016/06/17/les-emirats-arabes-unis-comptent-retirer-leurs-forces-du-yemen/
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