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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 28 Fév 2019 - 17:18

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UAE confirms Chinese 155 mm AH4 gun-howitzer acquisition

Christopher F Foss, Abu Dhabi - Jane's Defence Weekly

28 February 2019


The UAE is the first known operator of the AH4. Source: Norinco



The United Arab Emirates (UAE) military confirmed it has acquired Norinco AH4 gun-howitzers on 21 February, when it announced on the last day of the IDEX show held in Abu Dhabi that it had awarded an AED30 million (USD8.2 million) contract to the local company International Golden Group (IAG) to supply ammunition for the weapon.

An industry source told Jane's that the UAE has received at least one batch of six of the 155 mm/39 calibre lightweight gun-howitzers to arm a battery for deployment in Yemen.

The UAE has already deployed some of its Denel G5 155 mm/45 calibre towed gun-howitzers to Yemen but these are considered too heavy for some missions. The G5 weighs about 14 tonnes, while Norinco says the AH4 weighs 4.5 tonnes. This means that, unlike the South African gun, it can be moved by one of the UAE's CH-47F Chinook transport helicopters using a sling.

The industry source said the UAE has also taken delivery of a quantity of the latest Norinco GP6 laser-guided 155 mm projectile, which the Chinese company says has a minimum range of 6 km and a maximum range of up to 25 km with a first round hit probability of at least 90%.

The UAE had already been suspected of using the GP1 laser-guided projectile after the remnants of one was photographed by a militant group in eastern Libya, where the Gulf state has deployed a small military force in support of the Libyan National Army.

The GP6 is claimed to be more resistant to jamming than the GP1, while its multiple laser coding technology enables co-operative multi-target engagement. The GP1 and GP6 are also referred to as the GP155 and GP155A respectively. Norinco also markets the GP155B, which is guided by a global navigation satellite system (GNSS).
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Lun 11 Mar 2019 - 16:07

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Two from Brize Sunday 10th March

Post  by BOLLO » Sun Mar 10, 2019 8:42 pm


Hello all.Made the trip down to Brize today Sunday to catch the departure of the UAE AF L-100/C-130H-30 1217 UAF 1214 from Brize in some very v windy gusts.
Got lucky as well with the KAF KC 130J KAF 328 still being on the deck and graph able from the fence.Here are a couple,thanks for looking.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mar 12 Mar 2019 - 19:33

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Mer 13 Mar 2019 - 22:03

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United Arab Emirates to receive Belarusian MZKT-741351 tank transporters

March 2019 Global Defense Security army news industry
Posted On  Wednesday, 13 March 2019 16:57



The Armed Forces of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are set to receive its ordered Belarusian-made MZKT-741351 tank transporters by the end of 2019, according to the Minsk Wheel Tractor Plant (MZKT Volat) that manufactures the vehicles.


The road train composed of the MZKT-741351 prime mover plus the MZKT-999421 semi-trailer and the MZKT-837211 trailer (not towed on this picture
taken in the EAU) is 42-meter long and has a payload capacity of 136 tons (Picture source: Volat)



"The [MZKT-741351] transporter has successfully passed through the tests in the UAE. The serial production of the vehicles has already been launched, and the Emirati army will take the delivery of the transporters later this year," said the enterprise. The spokesperson for the MZKT did not specify the number of the platforms to be delivered to the UAE.

The MZKT-741351 is powered by an 812 hp Caterpillar C18 turbocharged engine associated to an Allison electronically-controlled automatic gearbox. The vehicle has a full-time 8x8 drive. Maximum road speed is electronically limited to 70 km/h. The prime mover is fitted with a central tyre inflation system.

The road train composed of the tractor plus the MZKT-999421 semi-trailer and the MZKT-837211 trailer is 42-meter long. The platform transports up to three combat vehicles. The Belarusian MZKT-741351 prime mover and associated trailers were specially developed to meet requirements of the United Arab Emirates. A pre-production prototype was first publicly revealed in 2016. It was planned that, during the same year, the prototype would be delivered to the UAE for trials. The MZKT-741351 is a revised and updated version of the previous MZKT-74135 with a different layout. The new vehicle can haul more load. Its predecessor, the MZKT-74135, was also developed to participate in the United Arab Emirates tender and eventually 40 units prime movers with associated trailers were ordered.

The unique feature of the MZKT-741351 prime mover is that it is used in conjunction with two trailers. These are MZKT-999421 6-axle semi-trailer which weights 26,000 kg and has a payload capacity of 76 tons and MZKT-837211 6-axle trailer, which weighs 18 tons and has a payload capacity of 60 tons. Combined hauled load capacity for this road train is 136 tons. So, this vehicle can transport one Leclerc main battle tank and two infantry fighting vehicles at once, for instance.

When fully loaded this road train has a range of 700 km. When hauling only a loaded semi-trailer, the tank transporter has a 900 km range.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Emirati/Union Defence Force (UAE)   Jeu 14 Mar 2019 - 18:05

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UAE debuts ‘weaponised’ UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter

Richard Scott, London - Jane's International Defence Review

14 March 2019


A weaponised UAE Joint Aviation Command UH-60M fires its GAU-19 miniguns during the IDEX 2019 dynamic display.
Source: IHS Markit/Patrick Allen



The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Joint Aviation Command showcased UH-60M helicopters upgraded to Armed Black Hawk standard for the first time in public during the IDEX 2019 exhibition held in Abu Dhabi in February.

Developed by Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky business, the Armed Black Hawk kit provides for the ‘weaponisation’ of the UH-60M utility helicopter. The UAE became the launch customer for the upgrade package under a USD270 million contract announced in February 2011. AMMROC (Advanced Military Maintenance Repair Overhaul Centre) – an Abu Dhabi-based joint venture between the Emirates Defense Industries Company (EDIC), Sikorsky, and Lockheed Martin – is prime contractor for the UAE programme.

Specifically designed for the all-digital UH-60M and S-70i Black Hawk variants, the Armed Black Hawk kit adds stub wings port and starboard for external stores and weapons systems. Each stub wing has two stores pylons for air-to-surface missiles, 7-round or 19-round Hydra 70 rocket pods, and/or miniguns. Alternatively, the stores hardpoints can host 200-gallon external fuel tanks.

A FLIR Systems AN/AAQ-22 BRITE Star II multi-sensor electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) turret is fitted beneath the nose. BRITE Star II incorporates a 3-5 µm thermal imager, a high-resolution colour daylight camera, a laser designator/rangefinder, and a laser pointer.

The Armed Black Hawk kit integrates directly into the UH-60M flight management system, presenting targeting data on the main cockpit multifunction displays and helmet sights. According to Sikorsky, the integration simplifies targeting from standoff distances “by calculating the complex ballistics required for effective airborne gunnery”. It added, “Once the weapons interfaces and [EO/IR] sensor are integrated with the Black Hawk helicopter's existing controls and displays, [customers] can add external wings and weapons of choice in less than three hours to perform a range of medium attack missions."
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