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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Sam 12 Déc 2009 - 12:30

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EADS builds case for A400M sale to USAF

EADS North America chief executive Sean O'Keefe today revealed three factors he believes could sway the US Air Force within five years to buy the Airbus A400M transport.

The A400M, which achieved first flight this morning, could fill an anticipated airlift gap created by a wave of Lockheed Martin C-5A retirements, Boeing C-17 programme termination and Lockheed C-130J size and performance limitations, O'Keefe told reporters during a breakfast event at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

EADS anticipates that the A400M would be the USAF's only option to address the gap, which could occur slightly before the middle of the next decade, he said.

EADS analysts identified the three factors based on an internal assessment. The company has not shared its findings with the USAF, nor discussed plans with service officials for an A400M acquisition, O'Keefe said.

The EADS assessment conflicts with USAF plans to continue buying C-130Js and flying all 59 C-5As, although the latter were removed from the reliability enhancement and re-engining programme (RERP) last year to save money.

The USAF has attempted to shut down the C-17 production line every year since 2007, but Congress has added funds to buy 33 more airlifters beyond the USAF's stated requirement. Congress is currently debating conflicting proposals to add between three and 10 more C-17s in the Fiscal 2010 budget.

"That doesn't fill the [airlift] gap at all even if Congress buys a few more," O'Keefe says.

The A400M's future, however, is itself uncertain. Airbus has asked its customers to agree on new contract terms to absorb cost overruns reportedly greater than 5 billion Euros.

The A400M programme is scheduled to complete the flight test phase and enter service in 2012.

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Lun 14 Déc 2009 - 22:44

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USAF To Develop New Bomber


By JOHN T. BENNETT
Published: 11 Dec 2009 17:29



U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Dec. 11 the 2011 Pentagon spending request is likely to include funding for development of a new Air Force bomber, Reuters reported.

The long-talked-about program has been in limbo since Gates froze it in April amid several dozen major weapons program cuts. Gates wanted the 2010 Quadrennial Defense Review to look at the need for a new long-range bomber fleet.Related Topics

"We are probably going to proceed with a long-range strike initiative coming out of the Quadrennial Defense Review and various other reviews going on," Gates told troops in Kirkuk, Iraq. "We're looking at a family of capabilities, both manned and unmanned."
He said funding likely would start at $1 billion, and then ramp up in subsequent years.

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Jeu 17 Déc 2009 - 17:22

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F-16 makes emergency landing at Fiumicino AP


December 16, 2009 (by F. Dariz)
- An F-16 belonging to USAF 31st FW based at Aviano, Italy, made an emergency landing today at 00.30h at Rome's Fiumicino Airport due to a unknown technical problem.

Two F-16s which took off from the U.S. military base in Aviano, were flying over the Italian capital when one of the two jets suffered a major engine loss.
An immediate request for an emergency landing was sent to the control tower of the Roman airport and was granted.
Both planes landed at around 00.30h on runway 3 of the airport are parked at the Cargo City freight terminal awaiting a US military technicians from Aviano to arrive with spare parts.
source:http://www.f-16.net/news_article3933.html

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Jeu 24 Déc 2009 - 13:44

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Les drones américains piratés pour 26 dollars




Vingt-six dollars :
c'est le coût d'un programme grand public utilisé par les insurgés
irakiens pour pirater les flux de données des drones Predator utilisés
par l'armée américaine – des avions sans pilote coûtant 4,5 millions de
dollars pièce – révèle le Wall Street Journal.

Les insurgés profitent d'une vulnérabilité dans la conception de
l'appareil pour capter le flux d'images transmises par les caméras du
robot, à l'aide d'un logiciel disponible dans le commerce. La
manipulation ne permet pas de prendre le contrôle de l'appareil ou de
l'endommager, mais savoir ce que voient les drones américains permet
aux insurgés de se préparer à l'éventualité d'une attaque ou de
connaître les régions dans lesquelles les Américains concentrent leurs
efforts.
Ce piratage est également rendu possible par le fait que l'armée
américaine ne crypte pas les données transmises par les drones, une
pratique surprenante au regard de la nature confidentielle des
informations transmises. L'US Army affirme rechercher activement une
manière de crypter ces communications. Les services de renseignement
américains pensent que la technique d'espionnage de leurs avions sans
pilote a été transmise aux mouvements chiites irakiens par l'Iran, ce
que Téhéran dément.

"DOMMAGES COLLATÉRAUX"
Les Etats-Unis ont de plus en plus recours aux drones, qui
présentent de nombreux avantages, en Irak comme en Afghanistan. Pour
l'armée américaine, ces robots permettent de limiter les pertes
humaines, mais aussi de procéder à des incursions dans des territoires
où il serait diplomatiquement ou militairement compliqué d'intervenir.
Les drones américains procèdent ainsi régulièrement à des "frappes
ciblées" contre les talibans depuis l'Afghanistan sur le territoire
pakistanais, ce qu'Islamabad tolère.
Mais cette arme ne fait pas l'unanimité, y compris au sein de
l'armée. Certains militaires craignent que les Etats-Unis deviennent
trop dépendants de cette technologie. Les organisations humanitaires
estiment quant à elles que les drones, qui peuvent procéder à des tirs
de missiles, sont responsables de nombreux "dommages collatéraux" et de
morts de civils qui pourraient être évitées.
Les drones sont le principal secteur d'investissement de l'armée
américaine, avec 36 % du budget de l'US Air force. L'armée a lourdement
investi dans une nouvelle génération de machines, les Reaper, plus
performants mais presque trois fois plus chers que les Predator.


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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mer 30 Déc 2009 - 13:13

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USAF starts search for UH-1N replacement
By Stephen Trimble


The US Air Force has announced that it wants to start replacing 62 Vietnam-era UH-1Ns with up to 93 new helicopters after 2015.

A "sources sought" notice issued on 17 December for the potentially multi-billion dollar common vertical lift support programme (CVLSP) reveals both the quantity and the USAF's desired attributes for the new helicopter fleet.

The USAF wants to replace its UH-1Ns with a helicopter that can lift 1,449kg (3,194lb), including four crew members, nine passengers and mission equipment, the notice says. It should also be able to fly up to 3h without refuelling at speeds up to 135ktas (251km/h).

Survivability is a key area that USAF wants to upgrade with the new helicopter. Industry sources were asked to describe how their aircraft could survive if struck by bullets as large as the 7.62mm, which is fired by the AK-47.

The CVLSP helicopter also should be armed, with the ability to suppress an "eight-man enemy element in the open out to 800m during daylight with 3sec of detection time", the notice says.

The USAF also makes it clear that the CVLSP contract is expected to be awarded to an off-the-shelf helicopter, meaning it must already be in service with either government or private owners.

The US military has had a chequered history with helicopter development programmes over the past decade.

The US Army has successfully fielded the unarmed EADS North America UH-72A Lakota as a light utility helicopter. But cost overruns and schedule delays forced the military to abort three programmes. Since 2004, the army terminated contracts for the RAH-66 Comanche and ARH-70 Arapaho. The US Navy also terminated a contract to redesign the EH101 as a presidential helicopter called the VH-71.

Meanwhile, the USAF was forced to cancel plans to buy a combat search and rescue (CSAR) helicopter after the original award was overturned and two follow-up attempts were declared invalid.

The CSAR and CVLSP programmes were originally part of the same contract, but the USAF separated them in 2005.

According to USAF budget justification documents released in February 2008, the CVLSP fleet is envisioned to provide escort for nuclear convoys, respond in any weather to emergencies across the far-flung launch silos for intercontinental ballistic missiles and transport passengers in the Washington DC area. The aircraft also could support NASA and homeland security missions.

The requirements in the acquisition notice call for an aircraft that is only marginally larger than the UH-1N. For example, the unarmed UH-72 could satisfy the lift, speed and endurance requirements, but lacks armoured protection and weapon systems. EADS has teamed up with Lockheed Martin to demonstrate an armed variant called the AS635. Both the UH-72 and AS635 are derived from the Eurocopter EC145 helicopter.

Other helicopters in the same class include the AgustaWestland AW129 multi-role combat helicopter and the Bell Helicopter 412EP.

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Jeu 31 Déc 2009 - 0:36

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Lun 11 Jan 2010 - 12:54

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mar 12 Jan 2010 - 13:50

comme on en a discutté en 2009,18 F16 de SP seront retirés,ils les preparent mentalement a la separation..
le seul probleme,c´est qu´ils sont tous block 50..

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USAFE commander discusses fighter retirements

January 11, 2010 (by SrA Kali L. Gradishar) - The USAFs in Europe commander emphasized the important role each airman fulfills in supporting the mission both at home station and in the deployed environment during his visit Jan. 8, to Spangdahlem AB, Germany.

Gen. Roger A. Brady discussed a proposal to retire legacy fighters to fund a smaller and more capable force, as well as redistribute people for higher priority missions. The affects would impact Spangdahlem AB aircraft and personnel should the plan be approved by Congress.

"The (Combat Air Forces) restructuring plan is driven by a need for us to free up funds to develop more capability largely in the CAF itself, which has to do with new weapons, missiles and small diameter bombs," General Brady said.

"What it amounts to is basically a squadron of F-16 Fighting Falcons out of Spangdahlem. So rather than having two squadrons of 21 primary assigned aircraft units, you will have one 24-PAA squadron in addition to the A-10 Thunderbolt II squadron," General Brady said.

The plan would include a possible reduction in Spangdahlem AB manpower authorizations by approximately 450, and 18 F-16s would be removed. Under the proposed plan, the Air Force could see a cost savings of about $355 million in fiscal 2010. Air Force officials would then be able to invest most of those funds in advanced capability modifications to remaining fighters and bombers.

"(Col. Tip Wight, the 52nd Fighter Wing commander) and other leaders here are working to make the move as smooth as possible," General Brady said.

The USAFE commander also discussed the significance of Spangdahlem AB and the continuation of its mission in the Eifel region, as well as the importance of the 52nd FW mission and its geographically-separated units.

"There is a lot going on at Spangdahlem, which includes the 52nd FW and the Air Mobility Command missions the base supports," he said. "Spangdahlem will continue to be important, both as a location for fighter aircraft as well as for mobility, but as we continue to look at where we have mission capability throughout Europe, Spangdahlem will be an important part of that plan. "We have some capability here that we don't have other places. (Base members) have repeatedly and continually demonstrated incredible combat capability down range. They are also extraordinarily important when they are home for partner building here, for assurance to the alliance, the reassurance of our allies and the U.S. commitment to NATO.

"You've got the full range of fighter activity, you've got support to an important mobility hub, you've got partnering with our allies, and Spangdahlem has taken part in the air policing mission in the Baltics," he said. "(Spangdahlem) continues to be an important part of all the major things we undertake here in USAFE."

"Every Airman has a skill that is critical to what the team does," the general said. "We have very smart Airmen who want to fix things and make things better. It's what Airmen do. We will continue to be the most respected air and space force on the planet."

Courtesy of 52nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs
http://www.f-16.net/news_article3962.html


Three-ship USAF F-16C/D formation from Spangdahlem AB, Germany - armed with Sidewinders and Mavericks. The closest F-16 is a D-model serial #91-0464 of the 22nd FS.


USAF F-16C's with the flagship of the 52nd FW flies the skies over central Europe. Spangdahlem AB consists of two F-16 squadrons, the 22nd and 23rd FS also seen here on February 17th, 2000.

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mar 12 Jan 2010 - 14:07

Yakuza a écrit:
comme on en a discutté en 2009,18 F16 de SP seront retirés,ils les preparent mentalement a la separation..
le seul probleme,c´est qu´ils sont tous block 50..

En quoi est ce un Probléme ?
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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mar 12 Jan 2010 - 14:35

additional GE-129 shop,maintenance atelier etc...je parle de nous bien sure Wink

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mar 12 Jan 2010 - 14:44

Yak. parle des rumeurs sur l'achat de F-16 de seconde main ( ex-USAF)

les block 52 acheté par le maroc ont des moteur F100-PW-229

les block 50 retiré ont des moteur F110-GE-129

donc pas de parc de moteur homogène !

Quand est ce qu'ils ont été livré à l'USAF ?

un refirbish si vente il y a ?

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mar 12 Jan 2010 - 16:29

Yakuza a écrit:
additional GE-129 shop,maintenance atelier etc...je parle de nous bien sure Wink

Sauf si l'on considère que le GE-129 représente une opportunité d'upgrade interessante, car il est upgradable en -132 avec 142 Kn de poussée... il existe un Kit d'upgrade permettant le passage du -129 au -132 et l'obtention de plus de poussée et plus de fiabilité...

C'est un scénario parmi d'autre...
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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mar 12 Jan 2010 - 17:39

non Raptor,meme si ca existe,les FRA ne vont pas se plonger sur un terrain nouveau d´un tel monstre,et ils n´ont pas l´habitude de changer les moteurs de leurs vecteurs,sinon on aurait changer l´Atar depuis longtemps pour un M53
prendre un GE va les jetter dans un embarras logistique de plus,alors que les temps sont pour la maitrise et fiabilisation des procedures et circuits d´entretient,pour reduire les couts..sinon c´est comme acheter 2 avions differents

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mar 12 Jan 2010 - 17:46

Yakuza a écrit:
non Raptor,meme si ca existe,les FRA ne vont pas se plonger sur un terrain nouveau d´un tel monstre,et ils n´ont pas l´habitude de changer les moteurs de leurs vecteurs,sinon on aurait changer l´Atar depuis longtemps pour un M53
prendre un GE va les jetter dans un embarras logistique de plus,alors que les temps sont pour la maitrise et fiabilisation des procedures et circuits d´entretient,pour reduire les couts..sinon c´est comme acheter 2 avions differents


Tu as peut être raison...

[HS utile] un M53 ne peut être mis dans la cellule d'un MF1 même si on le voulait, le MF1 M53 dispose d'une cellule différente du MF1 d'origine. Je me rappelle plus où est ce que j'avais posté un dessin illustrant cette différence. [/HS utile]
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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mar 19 Jan 2010 - 14:48

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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Sam 23 Jan 2010 - 20:37

Aujourd'hui à Lisbonne a été la visite spéciale de Lisbonne, ce n'est pas tous les jours que vous le voyez ici ...





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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mer 10 Fév 2010 - 12:02

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US Base Gets First F-22 Mission Training Centre

Boeing has connected the first F-22 Mission Training Centre (MTC) at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia to the US Air Force's Distributed Mission Operations Network (DMON).
The MTC will provide the F-22 pilots with virtual training, along with pilots in other aircraft platforms.
The air force's Distributed Mission Operations configuration, via the DMON, will help MTC sites to connect with one another, increase the scale and improve the accuracy of training operations.
During the training, the four-seat F-22 MTC flight trainer will be connected to the DMON, to provide F-22 pilots with more realistic training with other air force assets on the network, such as the F-15C MTC.
The MTC will also use the Agile Software Development process, for the first time, to assess functionality of the trainer's components much faster compared to traditional software development methods.
Boeing will deliver three new F-22 MTCs for Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska; Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; and Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, over the next three years.
The F-22 Raptor is a single seat, twin-engine fifth-generation fighter aircraft, which uses stealth technology, and is capable of ground attack, electronic warfare, and signals intelligence roles.
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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mer 10 Fév 2010 - 12:06

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US Air Force Awards JASSM Lot 8 Production Contract

The US Air Force has awarded a Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) Lot 8 production contract, valued at $243m, to Lockheed.
The Lot 8 contract includes the supply of 158 JASSM missiles to the air force that will bring the total contracted quantities of the cruise missile to over 1,200.
The contract also includes fuze reliability, parts obsolescence efforts, test instrumentation kits, system reliability and flight test support.
The JASSM is a 2,000lb-class weapon with a stealthy airframe and is equipped with a penetrator/blast fragmentation warhead.
The JASSM is equipped with a state-of-the-art infrared seeker and an anti-jam GPS system that guides itself autonomously in all weather conditions and finds a specific aimpoint on the target.
Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control JASSM programme director Alan Jackson said JASSM’s combination of standoff range, low observable flight and high lethality provides an unrivalled precision engagement capability and a greater range of options to combatant commanders.
In a recent flight tests on B-52 and F-16 aircraft, the JASSM cruise missile has successfully hit targets including hardened, underground bunkers and air defence systems.
Presently, the JASSM has been successfully demonstrated on the B-1, B-2, B-52 and F-16 aircraft, with F-15E, F/A-18 and F-35 being selected as platforms for future demo.
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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Ven 12 Fév 2010 - 14:02

Des nouveaux Freins carbones (DURACARB) et des Roues sans boulons de Goodrich Corporation pour la flotte de C-130 de L' USAF
Des Freins qui durent huit fois plus et pèsent 20% de moins
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US C-130 Transport Fleet Receives Upgrade

The US Air Force's (USAF) fleet of C-130 transport aircraft is undergoing an upgrade, with new boltless wheels and carbon brakes from Goodrich Corporation.
In August 2009, Defense Logistics Agency – Ogden signed a contract with Goodrich that will offer significant performance, cost and maintainability advantages to the USAF's C-130s.
As part of the contract, Goodrich has designed the C-130 carbon brakes to last eight times longer and weigh 20% less than the current steel brakes.
For a tyre change, the C-130 will take 80% less time than the current bolted wheel, by using Goodrich's C-130 boltless wheels.
Goodrich's DURACARB carbon braking systems will provide lighter weight, longer life, higher performance and lower cost of ownership compared with steel braking systems.
Goodrich used a lock-ring design in its boltless aircraft wheels to lower maintenance time, cost and parts count.
Under the current contract, Goodrich will perform qualification activities, support flight testing, and provide retrofit equipment for the air force's C-130 fleet.
Qualification activities will complete in the beginning of 2011, which will then be followed by initial hardware deliveries to the air force.
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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Lun 15 Fév 2010 - 17:37

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US Awards F-15 Weapons Training Equipment Delivery Order
The US Air Force has awarded a delivery order to Raytheon to modify weapons data link equipment used in pilot training for F-15 fighter aircraft.
The $37.9m contract is part of the second delivery order awarded to Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC (RTSC) under a 2007 indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract.
The contract order is for the air force training frequency relocation (TFR) programme.
An air force initiative, the TFR has been designed to modify GBU-15/AGM-130 weapons data link equipment.
The modification will be done to comply with federal reallocation of radio frequencies from governmental to commercial use.
Valued at $31.8m, the first delivery order, covering the non-recurring engineering work on the programme, was issued at the same time as the 2007 IDIQ contract award.
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MessageSujet: Re: US Air Force - USAF   Mar 16 Fév 2010 - 21:50


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A U.S. Air Force B-52 Stratofortress aircraft from the 20th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron, Barksdale Air Force Base (AFB), La., leads a formation of two F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft from the 18th Aggressor Squadron, Eielson AFB, Alaska; two Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) F-2 fighter aircraft from the 6th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Tsuiki Air Base, Japan; two U.S. Navy EA-6B Prowler aircraft from Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 136, Carrier Air Wing 5, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan; and a JASDF E-2C Hawkeye aircraft from the 601st Squadron, Misawa Air Base, Japan, over Guam during exercise Cope North Feb. 15, 2010

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