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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Mar 18 Aoû 2009 - 23:36

Renard-du-desert a écrit:
Desolé je ne savais pas qu'il y'avait un topic , pour l'Us air Force , toutes mes excuses .
vous passez votre temps à vous exuser! faites attention c'est plus simple! ça devient agaçant! Evil or Very Mad
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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Ven 21 Aoû 2009 - 22:01

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L'armée US s'attaque au stress des soldats pour limiter les suicides



21/08/2009 Confrontée à des taux record de suicides et une vague de dépressions parmi ses soldats, l'armée américaine compte peu à peu mettre en place des formations destinées à rendre ses combattants plus "résistants" émotionnellement au stress lié aux situations de guerre.

A compter du 1er octobre, tous les militaires en service, mais aussi les réservistes et les soldats de la Garde nationale devront passer un test de "résistance" qui définira leur état émotionnel, spirituel et physique. Les résultats seront ensuite transmis aux militaires qui choisiront alors une formation adaptée à leurs besoins.

Ce programme intervient alors que de hauts responsables de l'armée s'alarment de la constante augmentation des suicides au cours des deux dernières années parmi les soldats déployés en Irak et en Afghanistan.

En 2008, 128 militaires se sont suicidés, contre 115 un an plus tôt et au cours des six premiers mois de 2009, 88 soldats se sont probablement donné la mort, contre 67 pour la même période de 2008.

Le GI a le blues et l’armée US est confrontée aux déficiences émotionnelles de soldats qui craquent, aux portes du suicide, portes trop souvent franchies pour ne pas réagir devant l’amplitude du phénomène.
La guerre et son cortège de névroses est désormais une réalité que le commandement militaire US doit faire entrer dans les préparations mentales de ses soldats. L’Irak et l’Afghanistan auraient « fournis » trop de suicidés. Objectif, résistance accrue à ces phénomènes pourtant connus et répertoriés mais oubliés sous le clavier des radars de conduite de tir, comme si la guerre se résumait à des opérations presse boutons en oubliant un peu trop rapidement ceux qui sont au contact.
Une batterie de tests sera prochainement imposée aux militaires US dans le but de jauger leur capacité d’absorption du stress de combat et d’en mesurer les limites.
En fonction des résultats, chaque militaire pourra intégrer, et selon son choix, un groupe de travail sur une formation donnée. L’objectif étant, on le devine, de rendre le militaire capable d’absorber davantage de stress émotionnel et à surmonter ses légitimes craintes du combat en gardant une cohésion mentale qui ne mettra pas l’individu et le groupe en danger. La confidentialité du programme protégerait le militaire de toute incidence sur sa carrière...
Source :: Al manar


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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Sam 22 Aoû 2009 - 13:29

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L'armée américaine fait une commande additionnelle de 1.700 véhicules M-ATV Oshkosh pour l'Afghanistan.

Oshkosh Corporation a annoncé avoir reçu a reçu une commande additionnelle d’un montant $1.06 milliards pour le compte de l'armée américaine de la part du TACOM (Agence de gestion de l’armement et du parc automobile de l’armée américaine). La société américaine Oshkosh Defense livrera 1.700 MRAP MT-AV additionnels aux forces armées américaines pour février 2010. Le contrat inclut également un ensemble de pièces détachées et des accessoires qui seront fournis pour avril 2010, ainsi qu’un support sur les zones de combat. Cette commande additionnelle suit une première commande reçue par Oshkosh Defense d’un montant $1.05 milliards pour la livraison de 2.244 M-ATVs du 30 juin 2009. Oshkosh Defense en partenariat avec Plasan Amérique du Nord fournira une solution de blindage modernisée pour le M-ATV. Plasan a également développé le système de blindage utilisé sur plus de 5.000 véhicules de type MRAP, ainsi que des milliers de cabine blindée pour le véhicule MTVR d'Oshkosh, déjà utilisé sur les zones d’opérations.

source: armyrecognition.com

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 20:18

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Citation :
A U.S. Army Apache attack helicopter fires on a Taliban position during a battle in the village of Bargematal, Nuristan province, August 25, 2009



Citation :
U.S. soldiers from 1-32 Infantry unit fire 81 mm mortars during a sporadic shoot-out with Taliban fighters in the village of Bargematal, Nuristan province, August 25, 2009.


Citation :
U.S. soldiers from 3-71 Cavalry fire a grenade launcher during sporadic shoot-out with Taliban fighters in the village of Bargematal, Nuristan province, August 25, 2009.



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A U.S. soldier from the 3-71 Cavalry fires his weapon during a gun-battle with Taliban fighters in the village of Bargematal, Nuristan province, August 25, 2009
Aprés lol!

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Private 1st Class Justin Streng, front, holds the unit guidon for Company B, of the 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, during a company photo shoot with servers from the local Hooters bar after a deployment ceremony at Fort Lewis, Wash. on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2009. The departure of 4th Brigade to Iraq means about 18,000 of Fort Lewis' 31,000 troops will be deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan by this fall. Hooters is the company's community partner in the Brigade's Adopt a Company program.

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Jeu 27 Aoû 2009 - 17:58

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Saab delivers camouflage net systems to the U.S. DoD

Saab has been awarded two production and delivery contracts with an order value of MUSD 18.4 (appr. MSEK 130) for Ultra Lightweight Camouflage Net Systems by the U.S. Department of Defense.

In August Saab won two Department of Defense contracts to produce and deliver Ultra Lightweight Camouflage Net Systems (ULCANS) for use by the U.S. Army. Delivery of the systems will begin in December 2009 and continue through the summer of 2010.

“We are pleased to see the U.S. Department of Defense continued trust in our ability to deliver. We are committed to continue providing the best signature management products available to the U.S. Armed Forces now and in the future,“ says Dottie Womack, President of Saab Barracuda LLC.

ULCANS are used for hiding military objects to achieve protection against visual as well as near infrared, thermal infrared and broadband radar threats, while in a static position.
http://www.cisionwire.com/saab/saab-...ent-of-defense

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Mer 9 Sep 2009 - 17:09

1st SFOD-D / CAG / Delta Force





Tous ces patches sont hypothétique et varient selon les sources, les squads et les époques (Vu l'aspect secret de l'unité). Mais certains pensent que les Deltas ne portent simplement pas de patch (et rarement le drapeau américain).


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1st
Special Forces Operational Detachment - Delta (SFOD-D)


Combat
Applications Group (CAG), Delta Force


The
U.S. Army’s 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta
(SFOD-D) is one of two of the U.S. government’s principleunit tasked withcounterterrorist operations
outside the United States (the other being Naval Special
Warfare Development Group). Delta Force was created
by U.S. Army colonel Charles Beckwith in 1977 in direct
response to numerous, well-publicized terrorist incidents
that occurred in the 1970s. From its beginnings, Delta
was heavily influenced by the British SAS, a philosophical
result of Col. Beckwith’s year-long (1962-1963) exchange
tour with that unit. Accordingly, it is today organized
into three operating squadrons, all of which (A, B,
and C) are subdivided into small groups known as troops.
It is rumored that each troop, as the case with the
SAS, specializes in HALO, SCUBA, or other skill groups.
These troops can each be further divided into smaller
units as needed to fit mission requirements. Delta
also maintains support units which handle selection
and training, logistics, finance, and the unit’s medical
requirements. Within this grouping is a little known,
but vital technical unit which is responsible for
covert eavesdropping equipment for use in hostage
rescues and similar situations.


The
unit is headquartered in a remote section of the U.S.
Army’s sprawling Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Reports
of the compound indicate that no expense has been
spared, including numerous shooting facilities (both
for close quarters battle and longer range sniping),
an Olympic-sized swimming pool, dive tank, and a three-story
climbing wall. Yet, as lavish as these accouterments
may seem, they all serve vital roles in training counterterrorists.
As units such as Delta do not get to choose when and
where they will be needed. As such, they must train
for any eventuality. These skills are enhanced by
the unit's participation in an ongoing exchange and
training programs with foreign counterterrorist units,
such as (as might be expected) Britain's 22 SAS, France's
GIGN, Germany's GSG-9, Israel's Sayeret Matkal/Unit
269, and Australia's own Special Air Service Regiment.
Such close cooperation with other groups provides
innumerable benefits, including exchanges of new tactics
and equipment as well as enhancing relations that
might prove useful in later real-world operations.


Delta
troopers are also equipped with the most advanced
weaponry and equipment available in the U.S. special
operations arsenal. A significant portion of their
gear is highly customized and cannot be found anywhere
but in Delta’s lockers. An early example of this was
a specially-constructed HAHO parachute rig which were
been adapted to permit jumpers to keep their hands
at their sides during the descent rather than above
their heads. This alteration prevents the loss of
functioning which can occur as a result of prolonged
flight time in such an unnatural position.


The
vast majority of the unit operatives come from the
United States’ elite Ranger battalions and Special
Forces groups, however candidates are drawn from all
branches of the Army, including the Army Reserve and
National Guard. Those initially selected are usually
chosen in one of three ways. The first of these is
in response to advertisements posted at Army bases
across the country. The second method is by word-of-mouth,
or personal recommendation from sources whose opinions
are important to Delta screeners. Finally, on occasion
the unit will require the skills of individuals who
might not fall into one of the first two categories.
If, in the instance that Delta’s commanders feel that
an individual would make a valuable addition to the
team (for example someone who speaks an obscure language
or possesses hard-to-come by technical skills), a
representative from Delta will be dispatched specifically
to interview that person.


Real
world examples of some missions with which Delta is
tasked are represented below:


1979
- Worked with the FBI at the Pan American Games in
Puerto Rico as part of an anti-terrorist team set
up to anticipate possible terrorist activity at the
event.


1983
- Participated in Operation Urgent Fury in Grenada,
including the air assault of Richmond Hill prison
to free as well as assisting in the seizure of a key
airfield.


1984
- Deployed to the Middle East in response to the hijacking
of a Kuwaiti Airlines airliner, during which two Americans
were killed.


1985
- Again deployed in response to a hijacking, this
time to Cyprus in anticipation of an assault on a
seized TWA airliner.


1987
- Sent to Greece to secure U.S. Army Col. James "Nick"
Rowe in response to reports that Vietnamese communist
agents were planning an action against him.


1989
- Successfully rescued an imprisoned U.S. citizen
during the opening minutes of Operation Just Cause
in Panama and participated in the widespread search
for Gen. Manuel Noriega and his advisors.


1991
- Deployed to the Gulf in 1991, both to serve as bodyguards
for senior U.S. officers and, later, as part of a
massive effort to locate and destroy mobile SCUD launchers
in Iraq’s northern deserts.


1993
- As part of Task Force Ranger, took part in numerous
operations to apprehend warlord Mohamad Farah Aidid
in Mogadishu, Somalia.

1997
- Small advance team sent to Lima, Peru immediately
following the takeover of the Japanese Ambassador's
residence in January 1997 along with six members of
the British SAS.

Source : Specialoperations.com




IRAK - Operation Vigilent Resolve 2007



Panama - Operation Just Cause (1989)



Afganistan - Operation Enduring Freedom (2001)





1st SFOD-D à bord d'un MH-6 Littlebird des 160th SOAR Nightstalkers lors d'un Exercice (~1995)



Entrainement à Fort Bragg (Image à prendre avec précaution, cela peut être des simples SFG)

Spoiler:
 
Les Deltas (Gris) Assistent le FBI et ATF lors du siège de Waco (1990)



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1987 - Delta is called up to assist the FBI with rioting prisoners
in the federal peniteniary in Atlanta. This was
the first time a JSOC unit was allowed to do a
domestic operation. Allegedly, the prisoners got
word that Delta Force was coming down, and they
surrendered.

Source : Specialoperations.com


Citation :
"Delta Force landing on the roof of Modelo Prison.
... Delta has killed the guards. ... Delta Force in. ... Kurt Muse out of his cell.
... Delta Force leaving in helicopters from the roof. It's OK.
No! The helo is taking fire. It's hit. It's coming down! No, it's
going down the street. ... It's hit. ... It's down. ... They're O.K.''

General Colin Powell (Extrait de ses mémoires - Operation Acid Gambit)

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Mer 9 Sep 2009 - 18:02

basée sur le SAS.interessant comme unité!merci Hellfire
c´est quoi l´operation Acid Gambit?
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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Mer 9 Sep 2009 - 18:30

Operation Acid Gambit - Panama


Operation faisant partie de l'operation Just Cause


Citation :
Operation Just Cause, the U.S. invasion of Panama,
was launched at 0045, 20 December 1989.
The invasion force consisted of a massive wave of conventional
and airborne, and special operations forces. One vital aspect of
Just Cause, however, revolved around a single American
citizen, and the efforts of a small group of men to
rescue him from a certain death.

[...]



The Rescue



Upon hearing the sounds of gunfire (not from the snipers,
but from an attack on a PDF bus across the bay in
Fort Amador) Muse awoke with a start. As the heavy
caliber, staccato shooting continued, he realized
that something out of the ordinary was occurring and
quickly grabbed his clothes. As the remainder of an
estimated sixty rounds barked through the humid night
air, he made his way to the floor of his bathroom,
and peered around the corner to see anyone who might
be coming to his cell. As quickly as it had started,
however, it was over. Everything within the prison
went silent.




Muse then heard the familiar sound of combat boots running
up the steps. He realized then that these footsteps
might be those of the men who were going to kill him.
The men did not open his cell, however, but instead
ran towards the officers quarters across from his
cell. Muse listened as the PDF guards frantically
explained to their captain that something was going
on outside. The officers immediately raced downstairs
with the soldiers and began to defend the prison.




Almost immediately, the four Little Birds, each with four
commandos aboard, touched down on the roof of the
prison. The assault element raced off the outboard
pylons and towards the cupola. The door from the roof
to the interior of the prison was quickly opened with
a massive blast of explosive charges, and the team
quickly made its way down to the second floor. At
least two and possibly three guards were killed in
the few seconds it took for the team to race down
two flights of stairs to Muse’s cell. The four MH-6’s,
their cargo delivered, flew north where they maintained
a holding pattern and awaited the team’s call for
extraction.




Then, unexpectedly, the gunships received a "call for
fire" mission from the prison assault team. The
team was taking fire from the third floor of the Comandancia.
This caused the Spectres to immediately disengage
any targets they might be engaging to come to the
immediate assistance of the ground forces. Moments
later, the gunships engaged with their 40mm guns firing
specialized rounds through the tin roof of the Comandancia,
silencing the target.




Inside the prison, Muse listened to the sounds of battle
as explosions and small arms barked out. Smoke began
to fill the air, and then he noticed something. Thin,
white beams from the small flashlights mounted beneath
the assault teams’ weapons beamed through the darkness,
reflected by the smoke. An American voice barked through
the haze, directing Muse to take cover.




Muse ducked and moments later a small explosion blasted
the door open. A heavily armed Delta operator, clad
from head to toe in black protective assault gear,
rushed in and assisted Muse in putting on a Kevlar
helmet and flak vest. This done, he ushered Muse out
of his cell and the two moved quickly upwards towards
the roof. Passing a desk, Muse noticed that the man
assigned to kill him was dead. Muse also noticed,
to his amazement, that one guard had actually not
been killed, but instead had been bound and left on
the floor, cowering in the fetal position. This guard
had proven wiser than many of his compatriots - he
had not resisted the rescuers, and thus was not killed
outright.




Once on the roof, More commandos emerged and they all took
their positions on their helos, and promptly lifted
off. One element of the team would be stranded here
for a time until a Black Hawk could come and retrieve
them. Muse was placed in a protective location, between
two Delta operators. Immediately, however, one of
the two pilots on board Muse’s MH-6 noticed through
his night vision goggles that power lines were directly
in front of them. He immediately pulled up and over
the lines, however the demands on the heavily laden
aircraft caused it to quickly lose altitude and, for
a moment, it appeared that the Little Bird would crash
headlong into the street some sixty feet below. In
a remarkable feat of flying skill, the pilots managed
to avoid catastrophe and kept their aircraft aloft.


Yet, so damaged was the MH-6, that the pilot could maintain
only a few feet of altitude. Thus, he ended up "driving"
the helicopter down a narrow street, trying to put
distance between themselves and the prison. Landing
briefly at a courtyard between two apartment buildings,
the pilot then attempted to take off once again. This
effort paid off for a short time, however just moments
later they were again struck by bursts of gunfire.
The Little Bird careened off a wall and crashed onto
the street a short distance away and collapsed onto
its right side as its occupants bailed out the few
feet to the ground. As Muse and his bodyguard exited
the helicopter, however, one of the still-turning
rotor blades struck the commando in the head, knocking
him to the ground. Amazingly, the Delta operator,
his face covered with blood, regained consciousness
and immediately checked to ensure Muse had not been
injured. He then led Muse into the ground floor of
an adjacent apartment building to seek a more secure
location out of any potential line of fire.




Taking
up a defensive perimeter near an abandoned jeep, the
Delta team, with several of its members seriously
injured by gunfire and the crash landing, positioned
Muse in the safest possible location, and prepared
to return fire against the enemy. Muse, trained in
the use of small arms from his days in the Army, asked
for a weapon to assist in returning fire, and was
given a pistol by one of the operators. This team
held this position in the street for approximately
fifteen minutes until when, utilizing an infrared
strobe light, the team managed to signal aircraft
flying overhead. With their position fixed, then transmitted
to a nearby US Army patrol, it was armored personnel
carriers soon appeared to extract the team.




The Delta Force, 160th Special Operations Aviation
Group and AFSOC Spectre Gunship team had successfully
rescued Kurt Muse from certain death at the hands
of his Panamanian captors. In so doing they became
the first American counterterrorist team ever to rescue
an American hostage from enemy hands.

Source : Extrait du Journal of Counterterrorism
& Security International


Lien :
Operation Acid Gambit

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Mer 9 Sep 2009 - 20:52

Un dernier Détail :

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The U.S. Delta Force is the sole fighting squad whose actions are granted
complete presidential immunity from the law under Presidential Decision
Directive 25.

Et pour info, la série américaine The Unit est tirée du livre Inside Delta Force de Eric HANEY...

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Mer 9 Sep 2009 - 21:16

wow totalement immunisés de poursuites Exclamation
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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Jeu 17 Sep 2009 - 18:50


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U.S. Army Soldiers of the 2nd Squadron, 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, out of Vilseck, Germany, rush toward a mock village during training here, Sept. 17. Soldiers trained with Bulgarian Land Forces 61st Mechanized Brigade from Karlovo as part of Joint Task Force-East, an element of the U.S. European Command's Theater Security Cooperation Program. JTF-E provides the U.S. and its partners with a training exercise to demonstrate their capabilities and how each contributes to the collective defense of the region.
(Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Osvaldo Sanchez : Task Force - East)









Citation :
.S. soldiers from the 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment and Bulgarian army soldiers take part in a joint military training at Novo Selo military base near the town of Sliven, some 350 km (217 miles) east of Sofia, September 17, 2009.

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Mar 22 Sep 2009 - 6:13




Entrainement à
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PS: Les obus sont de faible vitesse, de plus l'impression que les obus ne touchent pas la cible sont dus aux marionnettes en bois, que les obus traversent comme du carton ... Tous les tirs touchent leurs cibles...

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Ven 2 Oct 2009 - 17:06

armytimes.com a écrit:
Army to switch 2 heavy brigades to Strykers


By Gina Cavallaro and Kris Osborn - Staff writers
Posted : Thursday Oct 1, 2009 11:16:42 EDT


Two heavy brigade combat teams will vanish by 2013 to make way for two new Stryker brigades, bringing the Army’s number of active SBCTs to eight and taking another bite out of its armor formations.

Planning documents obtained by Army Times say 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division at Fort Bliss, Texas, and 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Hood, Texas, will be converted to SBCTs beginning in fiscal 2011 and fiscal 2012, respectively, and will take 24 months to become fully operational.

Another combat aviation brigade would be built, with aviation assets reallocated from the 3rd ACR’s Longknife Squadron, mostly AH-64D Apache Longbow attack helicopters, and tracked equipment and other assets of the heavy units to undergo conversion will be redistributed to the Army’s heavy BCTs as needed.

The move to convert two heavy brigades to Stryker units signals the Army’s shift toward a lighter, more quickly deployable formation that is infantry-focused and proven to be highly mobile in diverse environments.And it further reduces the Army’s number of heavy brigades.

Defense Secretary Robert Gates had announced in April that the Army would hold the total number of brigade combat teams at 45 rather than the planned 48, and the Army nixed a plan to grow three heavy brigades.The 1st HBCT, which is deploying to Iraq now, will begin its conversion in the first quarter of fiscal 2011, during the reset period after its fall 2010 redeployment.


The 3rd ACR redeployed from its third rotation to Iraq in January and no announcement has been made about its next deployment.But the Stryker plan calls for the 3rd ACR to begin its conversion in the first quarter of fiscal 2012 during the reset period following deployment.That would mean the unit will be receiving orders to deploy for a year beginning fall 2010.

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PS: Moins de M1A2 et plus de Strikers ??! Ils sont fous ces Ricains !

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Lun 12 Oct 2009 - 4:36

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US Army Orders 352 Additional Stryker Vehicles

News >> Ground Forces >> Sales & Contracts
Released on Friday, October 09, 2009












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GM GDLS Defense Group LLC., Joint Venture, Sterling Heights, Mich., was awarded on Sept. 30, 2009 a $ 646,948,221 firm-fixed-price contract. This contract is for 352 Stryker vehicles awarded to GM GDLS Defense Group LLC, a joint venture between General Motors Defense and General Dynamics Land Systems on Delivery Order 36 of Requirements Contract W56HZV-07-D-M112. The expected period of performance for this action will be from date of award through May 2012. Work is to be performed in Sterling Heights, Mich., (60 percent), and London, Ontario, and Canada, (40 percent) with an estimated completion date of May 31, 2012. One bid solicited with one bid received. Tank Automotive & Armament Command, SFAE-GCS-BCT-P, Warren, Mich., is the contracting activity (W56HZV-07-D-M112).

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Jeu 5 Nov 2009 - 22:41

7 soldats tués après une fusillade dans une base, base accueillant des soldats venant d'Afghanistan...
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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Jeu 5 Nov 2009 - 23:04

12 soldats tués...
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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Dim 8 Nov 2009 - 12:16

Trois drones US basés aux Seychelles, premiers vols
MQ-9
http://bruxelles2.over-blog.com/article-trois-drones-us-bases-aux-seychelles-premieres-photos-38932344.html

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Jeu 3 Déc 2009 - 0:32

Westpoint?
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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Jeu 3 Déc 2009 - 0:43

oui c'est hier devant le discours du president obama sur les effectifs

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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Ven 4 Déc 2009 - 20:02

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EADS : 45 Eurocopter UH-72A commandés par le Pentagone pour 247 M$



La filiale nord-américaine d’EADS a reçu une nouvelle commande de la part du Pentagone pour quarante-cinq hélicoptères UH-72A, représentant une valeur de 247,2 millions de dollars. Le ministère américain de la Défense confirme ainsi une tranche de plus dans le cadre du contrat global, d’un montant potentiel de 3 milliards de dollars, signé en juillet 2006. Celui-ci prévoit jusqu’à 352 machines et s’est à l’heure actuelle concrétisé par l’achat de 128 appareils fabriqués par la filiale du groupe européen Eurocopter. Chaque année, le Pentagone notifie le nombre d’hélicoptères à livrer selon les besoins de l’armée de terre et de la garde nationale.

Destinés aux missions utilitaires (notamment transport de matériels et ravitaillements), ces hélicoptères légers (dérivés de l'EC145) sont produits sur les sites Eurocopter de Colombus (Mississippi) et de Grand Prairie (Texas). Fin 2008, l’US Navy avait également commandé cinq exemplaires UH-72A Lakota pour l’entraînement de ses pilotes. Un contrat de 24 millions de dollars.
http://www.usinenouvelle.com/article/eads-45-eurocopter-uh-72a-commandes-par-le-pentagone-pour-247-m.N122592
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MessageSujet: Re: US Army   Dim 13 Déc 2009 - 17:28

c´est quoi ce marlboro bleue sur la derniere image?

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