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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Sam 3 Avr 2010 - 23:46

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Modern Cobra helicopters handed over to Pakistan by US

ISLAMABAD: United States on Tuesday handed over one squadron of modern Cobra helicoptors to Pakistan. Military
sources told Online here on Tuesday that a team of Army Aviation had
gone Urdan where these helicoptors were and have reached Pakistan few
days back. Sources said that these helicoptors are part Pak-US
defense and military cooperation and would be used in anti-terrorism
operations. According to sources, US would spend 75 million
dollars on the upgradation of fleet of Cobra helicoptors already with
Pakistan, because maintaining them in good condition is very defficult.
Pakistan, sources said, has presently several Cobra helicoptors
AH-1F and AH-1S and maintaining them in good conditions is very
defficult task. The US, sources added, has assured Pakistan
that it would provide moder AH-1Z in place of AH-1 in phases by 2015
and the squardron provided now, is the latest edition of AH-1 Cobra
helicoptors with two blades, single engine and transmission system. In
these helicoptors, one pilot, one assistant pilot and one gunner can
sit and its speed is 352 km, while its weight is 2754kg. It has 2 x 7.62 MM multi-barrel mini guns, 2x40 MM grenade launchers besides 70MM rockets could be fired from them. It may be mentioned here that one squardron consists of 14 to 16 helicoptors.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Dim 4 Avr 2010 - 16:17

les US se montrent vraiment tres naifs avec les pakis,comme si des Z vont combattre mieux que des F
ils profitent a fond de leur "terrorisme"..

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Dim 4 Avr 2010 - 18:02

Yakuza a écrit:
les US se montrent vraiment tres naifs avec les pakis,comme si des Z vont combattre mieux que des F
ils profitent a fond de leur "terrorisme"..
Qu'ils en profitent Leurs lune de miel de va pas durée indéfiniment.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Dim 4 Avr 2010 - 19:05

Il ont tout à fais intêret à "profiter" comme tu dis... Les indiens cartonnent avec leurs acquisitions à coup de milliards de dollars. Les PAki n'ont d'autant plus pas le choix que l'inde prend le large et se focalise maintenant sur les Chinois...Ya l feux labas..
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 19 Avr 2010 - 16:27

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DCNS envoie son Mesma au Pakistan

Chargé au quai Sané de l’arsenal sur un cargo, le Mesma n°2 destiné à la Marine pakistanaise a pris la mer à destination de l’établissement de Nantes-Indret. C’est là qu’il effectuera ses essais de qualification.

Mesma : ce nom est l'acronyme de Module d'Energie Sous-Marine Anaérobie. C'est un ensemble de très haute technologie utilisant le savoir-faire de DCNS en matière de propulsion vapeur, développé en particulier pour les besoins de la propulsion nucléaire. Son usage à bord d'un sous-marin à propulsion diesel vise à augmenter l'autonomie d'immersion en produisant de l'énergie électrique. Le principe est de brûler de l'éthanol ou du gazole avec pour comburant, de l'oxygène stocké sous forme liquide dans une turbine entraînant un alternateur d'environ 200 kW. La réserve d'oxygène liquide sert également à régénérer l'air respirable du bord.
Avec le Mesma, le sous-marin voit son temps d’immersion multiplié par trois. Les spécialistes nomment ce système le “sous-marin nucléaire du pauvre”. La Marine pakistanaise a acquis pour ses trois Agosta 90 B, trois modules Mesma. Son troisième sous-marin, le Hamza, mis en service en septembre 2008, a reçu son Mesma à la construction et l’a mis en service. Après rodage à Indret, le Mesma n°2 sera monté à Karachi sur l’un des premiers sous-marins. La coque du sous-marin sera tronçonnée et le module Mesma de diamètre 6,20 m et de longueur 8,60 m sera inséré, le bâtiment atteignant alors la longueur de 76 mètres
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 21 Avr 2010 - 13:36

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Défense: Washington vend à Islamabad une frégate dotée de missiles Harpoon
Le Pakistan et les Etats-Unis ont signé mardi un contrat de vente à la Marine pakistanaise de frégate américaine dotée de missiles de croisière, a annoncé mercredi la chaîne télévisée pakistanaise GEO-TV en se référant à des sources militaires.
Selon les médias, il s'agit de la frégate USS McInerney faisant partie de la flotte américaine et qui recevra au Pakistan le nom d'Alamguir. Construite en 1979, la frégate de type Oliver Hazard Perry est dotée de missiles anti-navire Harpoon, de torpilles, de missiles DCA ainsi que de deux systèmes d'artillerie.
Avant d'être livré au Pakistan, cette frégate sera modernisée et dotée de systèmes de lutte contre les sous-marins, indiquent les chaînes de télévision pakistanaises.
Les journalistes ajoutent que l'accord des Etats-Unis de vendre cette frégate au Pakistan rend possible pour ce dernier d'acheter d'autres navires de ce type. Au total, Islamabad souhaite acquérir huit frégates de type Oliver Hazard Perry.
Islamabad est un des principaux alliés de Washington dans la région où les troupes américaines mènent des opérations de lutte contre le terrorisme international.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 28 Avr 2010 - 12:31

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PAF Receives Second AWAC Surveillance System
The Pakistani Air Force (PAF) has received the second of four airborne early warning and control (AWAC) surveillance system from Sweden.
The PAF will soon induct the Saab-2000 aircraft in its fleet to enhance the air force's capability to monitor Indian airspace, according to brahmand.com.
Mounted on the turboprop aircraft, the Erieye radar system will enable the PAF to detect all aircraft taking off and landing at Indian airbases near Pakistan.
The system will also identify the type of aircraft, its weapons systems and its direction of flight.
The AWAC with its enhanced capabilities and range, will enable the PAF to receive early warning in case of pre-emptive attacks from across the border.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 3 Mai 2010 - 16:00

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Pakistan Navy Accepts Two U.S. Navy P-3C Aircraft

The U.S. Navy transferred two P-3 Orion aircraft to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in a ceremony at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla., April 30 as part of the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Program.

"It is indeed a pleasure for me to take part in this elegant ceremony to receive the first upgraded P-3C aircraft for the Pakistani Navy," said Husain Haqqani, Pakistan ambassador to the United States. "This represents the expanding strategic partnership between Pakistan and the United State and will fill an important gap in our country's maritime security by helping us more effectively monitor sea lanes and provide for maritime traffic in the Arabian Sea."

By 2012, the Pakistan Navy will receive a total of eight P-3C aircraft as part of the program. All eight aircraft were procured from the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) and are being upgraded with modern mission systems and avionics, which will provide Pakistan the capability to conduct maritime patrol in littoral and deep-water environments.

"The induction of the P-3C aircraft into the Pakistan Navy will ensure terrorists, pirates and drug traffickers are unable to use our maritime borders for infiltration and other illegal activities," said Haqqani.

Brig. Gen. Thomas Masiello, deputy assistant secretary of state for plans, programs and operations, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, served as the senior U.S. official at the ceremony and addressed the audience, full of military, industry and civic leaders.

"Let us remember that the friendship between the United States and Pakistan is not an unbalanced one. Pakistan is a major non-NATO ally that has strongly supported the United States after the attack by Al Qaeda on September 11, 2001," said Masiello. "Now, nearly nine years later, Pakistan commands the multinational coalition of Combined Task Force 150 in its maritime security operations to interdict extremists and support Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. Pakistan's stability and prosperity are in the best interest of people everywhere. Our countries' futures are intertwined – so now, more than ever, their struggles are our struggles."

The United States is fully committed to a stable, long-term strategic partnership with a democratic Pakistan-one based on shared interests and mutual respect that will continue to expand and deepen in future years. The United States and Pakistan share a common goal of a stable and secure South Asia region.

The Pakistan Navy is a critical partner nation in Coalition Maritime Forces operations and fully supports cooperative strategies in the U.S. Central Command Area of Responsibility.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 3 Mai 2010 - 17:03

les pakis ont fini leur training

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Pakistani pilots complete training in the US
May 2, 2010 (by Asif Shamim) - Eight experienced Pakistan Air Force pilots, who have flown the F-16A/B, recently learned to fly the newer C/D model aircraft at the 162nd Fighter Wings, international F-16 training unit at Tucson International Airport.


The graduation ceremony will be held at Pima Air and Space Museum on Tuesday, May 4.

Guest speakers include Air Marshal Waseem Ud Din, the Pakistan Air Force deputy chief of staff, and Brig. Gen. Lyn D. Sherlock, the director of regional affairs, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force for International Affairs.

The pilots are the first to train in the US since the last Pakistani class was completed in 1983 at Luke AFB.

"This graduation is historic for U.S.-Pakistan relations," said Pakistan Air Force Wing Commander Ghazanfar Latif, a 12-year F-16A pilot. "For Pakistan, our air force is gaining capabilities that it has needed for the last decade; capabilities that are critical to ongoing operations in Pakistan's war on terror."

Pakistan has recently purchased 18 of the latest F-16C block 52 aircraft and is in the process of upgrading its 30 year old fleet of F-16s to the MLU standard. The block 52s allow pilots to conduct night operations and handle enhanced precision munitions.

The first four block 52s are due to arrive in country on June 26th at Shahbaz Air Base in the South-west province of Sindh.

In preparation for the June delivery, the eight pilots took on seven months of training in Tucson that included a transition course from the F-16A/B to the F-16C/D, flight lead upgrade training and instructor pilot certification so they can return home and teach others to fly the new F-16s.

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PAF F-16C block 52 #10901 is taxiing by the lens at NAS Fort Worth on December 15th, 2009 after performing a functional check flight.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 4 Mai 2010 - 3:02

Sont ils CFTables leur F16?

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 4 Mai 2010 - 3:08

affirmatif

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 4 Mai 2010 - 3:11

Merci

Il a une belle gueule flambant neuf

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 4 Mai 2010 - 3:16

c´est vrai,ils seront en juin au pakistan

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Jeu 6 Mai 2010 - 17:45

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F-16 Training Bolsters U.S.-Pakistan Relations

By Air Force Maj. Gabe Johnson
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TUCSON, Ariz., May 5, 2010 – Pakistan's air force soon will upgrade its 30-year-old fleet of F-16 Fighting Falcons, and the pilots charged with flying more capable fighters are ready to handle the new technology after training with the Arizona Air National Guard.

Eight Pakistani air force pilots, each experienced in the F-16’s A and B models, recently learned to fly the newer C- and D-model aircraft at the 162nd Fighter Wing, the international F-16 training unit at Tucson International Airport. They were honored at a graduation ceremony here yesterday.

The pilots are the first from their country to train in the United States since 1983, when the last class of Pakistani pilots trained at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz.

"This graduation is historic for U.S.-Pakistan relations," said Wing Commander Ghazanfar Latif, a 12-year F-16A pilot with the Pakistani air force. "For Pakistan, our air force is gaining capabilities that it has needed for the last decade -- capabilities that are critical to ongoing operations in Pakistan's war on terror."

The new planes purchased by the Pakistani government, Block 52 versions of the multirole fighter, are far more advanced than the older A-model versions and will allow pilots to conduct operations at night and greatly enhance their use of precision munitions.

The first four of the 18 planes purchased are scheduled for delivery June 26 to Shahbaz air base in south-central Pakistan. The rest will be delivered on a staggered schedule throughout this year. In addition, Pakistan’s existing F-16 fleet will undergo a mid-life update in 2011 designed to upgrade cockpits and avionics to match the F-16C/D.

In preparation for the June delivery, the eight pilots and their families will have spent 10 months in the United States navigating the upgrade-training pipeline. They spent two and half months reviewing military aviation terminology at the Defense Language Institute at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, and seven months in flight training at Tucson International Airport. Since the C/D-models used for training in Tucson are Block 25 F-16s, they will next undergo two weeks of additional Block 52 instruction before returning to Pakistan.

"Even though they're flying Block 25s here, they will still be able to operate their block 52s back home. When they leave, here they will get training from Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth, Texas, on the differences," said Air Force Lt. Col. Kelly Parkinson, 195th Fighter Squadron commander. "The two blocks fly the same; it's essentially the employment of weapons that makes the difference."

The bulk of the flight training in Tucson included a transition course from the F-16A/B to the F-16C/D, flight lead upgrade training and instructor pilot certification.

"We're training these eight pilots so they can return home and be instructors themselves and teach others to fly the new F-16s," said Parkinson, a 22-year fighter pilot. What a Face

"I think the training here is very well organized and tailored to our needs. Also, the standards here are very high," Latif said. "This is going to make a big difference because we do not have the capability to make precision engagements at night with A models. Everybody understands that collateral damage is a big factor, and the sensors on the C-model will help us carry out precision engagement and close-air support."

With so much to learn, the students flew a rigorous schedule of five flights per week. The average student tempo is closer to three per week.

"The radar, data link and other avionics help create the big picture of what is going on around you. There's lots of information to process in the C model, so you have to prioritize all of the input you are getting," said Squadron Leader Yasir Malik. "But these instructors know what they are doing, and they are good teachers."

Air Force Maj. Windy Hendrick, a flight commander and 13-year F-16 pilot, has instructed students from all over the world. She said she and her fellow instructors learned a great deal about their Pakistani counterparts.

"They are all experienced pilots with 500 to 1,800 fighter hours in the F-16, and the majority of that time is combat hours in the fight against extremists," she said. "They are very humble and don't talk about their experience, but the more we learn about them and all they've done, it makes us proud to be their instructors."

"They are very dedicated [and] hard-working, and they have great attitudes. Their presence in the squadron has been a real pleasure."

When flying over the military ranges of southern Arizona, Pakistan's pilots had experienced instructors like Hendrick to guide them; but back on the ground they relied on the unit's international military student office for help with housing, transportation, documentation and adapting to American culture.

"We could not ask for more help from the IMSO office,” Malik said. “They came to San Antonio to meet us before we came to Tucson to help us start our move. They went to see apartments in Tucson to help us find living arrangements, and they set up many trips all over the state. We saw so many places that we would never have found on our own.

"We would have been more confused with trying to find a place to live and get adjusted if it weren't for IMSO," he added.

It's unclear if more student pilots from Pakistan will train in Tucson; however, Parkinson said, the 162nd stands ready.

"Training capable fighter pilots for our partner-nation air forces and fostering relationships in the worldwide F-16 community is what we do,” he said. “We will continue to help train Pakistan's pilots whenever we're needed."
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Air Force Lt. Col. Alex Wilson, right, and Squadron Leader Shirjil Kahn of the Pakistani air force prepare for an F-16D training flight at Tucson International Airport in Arizona, April 27, 2010. During seven months of training, eight Pakistani fighter pilots learned how to train others to fly their air force's newest F-16 Fighting Falcons. U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Dave Neve


Squadron Leader Azman Khalil of the Pakistani air force, left, goes over flight information with Air Force Capt. Andy Wittke, an instructor pilot at the Arizona Air National Guard's 162nd Fighter Wing, before a training mission April 27,2010. U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Dave Neve

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 11 Mai 2010 - 1:22

ils ont du culot ces pakis

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Pakistan test-fires missiles: military

(AFP) – 2 days ago

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan said Saturday it had successfully tested two missiles capable of carrying nuclear and conventional warheads as Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani called for its recognition as a nuclear power.

A statement from the military said the Ghaznavi, with a range of 290 kilometres (180 miles), and the Shaheen 1, which can hit targets up to 650 kilometres away, both "successfully hit the target areas."

Gilani, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Tariq Majid and other senior military and civilian officials witnessed the tests, the military said.

The prime minister urged the international community to recognise Pakistan as a nuclear power and give it access to civilian nuclear energy. Rolling Eyes

"It is time for the world to recognise Pakistan as a de jure nuclear power with equal rights and responsibilities," Gilani said.

He demanded a Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG) waiver for Pakistan saying, "energy is a vital economic security need of Pakistan and nuclear energy is a clean way forward."

The 45-member NSG controls the export and sale of nuclear technology worldwide. Is rules usually ban trade with states that have not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Pakistan is not a signatory.

Pakistan's arsenal includes short-range, medium and long-range missiles named after Muslim conquerors.

South Asian rivals India and Pakistan -- which have fought three wars, two of them over the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir -- have routinely carried out missile tests since both demonstrated nuclear weapons capability in 1998.

The Ghaznavi has a range of 290 kilometres (180 miles)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 11 Mai 2010 - 16:44

confirmation du transfert de l'USS Mc Inerney au Pakistan, avec 2 P3C également.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Jeu 20 Mai 2010 - 11:46

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U.S. Delivers Two Bell 412 EP Helicopters To Pakistan's Army

U.S., Pakistani officials sign documents handing over two Bell 412 EPs during a signing ceremony at Qasim Army Air Base
Islamabad | The United States government delivered two Bell 412 EP helicopters to the Government of Pakistan today to assist the Pakistan military in its counterinsurgency efforts. U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Michael Nagata handed over the helicopters to Brig. Gen. Tippu Karim, 101 Army Aviation commander, during a signing ceremony at Qasim Army Air Base near Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

The U.S. purchased the two enhanced-performance utility transport helicopters, valued at $24 million, to support Pakistan's counterinsurgency operations. The U.S. also provided $20 million in associated spare parts, special tools and other equipment to support the aircraft.

"The purchase of the aircraft demonstrates the United States' full commitment to a stable, long-term strategic partnership with Pakistan-one based on shared interests and mutual respect that will continue to expand and deepen in future years," Brig. Gen. Nagata said during the ceremony.

During the last three years, U.S. civilian and security assistance to Pakistan has totaled more than $4 billion. Assistance provided and delivered has included support for medical aid, school refurbishment, bridge and well reconstruction, food distribution, agricultural and education projects. Specific security assistance includes 14 F-16 fighter aircraft, 10 Mi-17 helicopters, more than 450 vehicles for Pakistan's Frontier Corps, hundreds of night vision goggles, day/night scopes, radios, and thousands of protective vests and first-aid items for Pakistan's security forces. In addition, the U.S. funded and provided training for more than 370 Pakistani military officers in a wide range of leadership and development programs covering topics such as counterterrorism, intelligence, logistics, medical, flight safety, and military law.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 21 Mai 2010 - 23:38

les pakis doivent se dire "vive le terrorisme chez nous"!

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Lockheed Martin Corp., Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, Fort Worth, Texas, was awarded a $325,485,969 contract which will provide for the development, integration and delivery of 35 mid-life upgrade kits for the Foreign Military Sales Pakistan Block 15 F-16A/B aircraft, and 18 retrofit kits for the Block 52 F-16C/D aircraft. At this time, $121,209,418 has been obligated. 312 AESG/SYK, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is the contracting activity (FA8615-07-C-6032).

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 24 Mai 2010 - 23:19

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American Valley Aviation, Inc.*, Orange Park, Fla., is being awarded a $5,525,128 firm-fixed-price contract for the refurbishment of wing and weapons bay pylons in support of the Pakistan Navy P-3 upgrade program. This contract provides for the refurbishment, modification and acquisition of digital stores management systems for seven P-3 aircraft. Work will be performed in Orange Park, Fla., and is expected to be completed in September 2011. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-4. The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Lakehurst, N.J., is the contracting activity (N68335-10-C-0244).

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 25 Mai 2010 - 0:30

Voilà le genre de truc que j'aimerais voir chez nous !

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 26 Mai 2010 - 12:39

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Pakistan Signs Chinese Trainer Aircraft Deal
Pakistan has signed a defence deal with China for four trainer aircraft for its armed forces.
China will provide the aircraft to the Pakistani Air Force (PAF) for 60m yuan ($8.78m) for anti-terror efforts, according to the Press Trust of India.
Pakistani Defence Minister Chaudhry Ahmad Mukhtar signed the deal with his Chinese counterpart Gen Liang Guangile in Islamabad on 24 May 2010.
Both countries have agreed to hold joint exercises between all three services of armed forces to promote interaction and ensure closer collaboration
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Jeu 3 Juin 2010 - 12:48

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Pakistan Begins JF-17 Avionics Production
Pakistan has begun producing avionics and other important equipment for the JF-17 Thunder at the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) in Kamra.
Super-7, or the JF-17 Thunder, has been developed by the Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation, under a joint venture between China and Pakistan.
The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) will acquire 150 JF-17s, of which, 50% will be produced in the country itself.
PAC chairman Air Marshal Farhat Hussain Khan said that four indigenously designed and developed avionics systems were also being produced
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 7 Juin 2010 - 9:06

au moment ou la misere pousse les pakis vers l´extremisme,le budget de defense monte de 17%..

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Militancy-hit Pakistan ups defense spending by 17 percent
Zeeshan Haider
ISLAMABAD
Sat Jun 5, 2010 10:20am EDT

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan will increase defense spending by 17 percent in the 2010/11 fiscal year as the U.S. ally intensifies its battle against Taliban insurgents operating from their enclaves on the border with Afghanistan.

Defense spending is set to rise to 442.2 billion rupees ($5.17 billion) for the 2010/11 fiscal year beginning on July 1, compared with 378.13 billion rupees allocated in 2009/10.

"I think security is our topmost issue," Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh told parliament in his budget speech.

"We are facing a situation in which our armed forces, paramilitary forces and security forces are laying down their lives ... They should know from this house that we all stand by them."

Pakistani forces have mounted a series of offensives in the volatile northwest over the past year, killing hundreds of militants and capturing many of their bases.

However, militants have retaliated with a wave of bomb and suicide attacks throughout the country, including its heartland, Punjab, killing hundreds of people.

More than 80 were killed last week in twin attacks on Ahmadis -- a minority religious group declared non-Muslim in Pakistan -- in Lahore, the capital of the country's biggest province of Punjab.

Pakistan raises its defense spending every year because of its historically uneasy relations with old rival India.

Relations between the nuclear-armed rivals, which have fought three full-scale wars since 1947, went into a freeze after Pakistan-based militants attacked the Indian city of Mumbai in 2008, killing 166 people.

CONSISTENCY IN SPENDING

However, security analysts say much of the increase in the defense budget would be spent on the fight against Islamist militants.

"As far as India is concerned, there is a consistency in their spending on the eastern front (with India)," said Talat Masood, a retired army general turned analyst.

"But primarily the increase in defense spending is meant to boost the counter-insurgency capability of the security forces."

Pakistan, a vital ally for the United States as it struggles to stabilize Afghanistan and end the global threat posed by al Qaeda and its allies, has been heavily burdened by the cost of battling Taliban insurgents along its Afghan border.

The United States has given Pakistan more than $15 billion in direct and military reimbursements since the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. About two-thirds of it is security related Shocked .

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 14 Juin 2010 - 13:55

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Le Pakistan négocie l’achat de sous-marins avec la Chine



Publié le 14 juin 2010, dernière mise à jour le 14 juin 2010.

Le vice-président chinois, Zheng Dejiang, a rencontre au Pakistan les 9 et 10 juin derniers des responsables civils et militaires. Selon la presse locale, un nouvel accord majeur pourrait être conclu entre les 2 pays, prévoyany l’achat d’au moins 3 sous-marins.

Un haut-responsable du gouvernement pakistanais a confirmé le 9 juin que la marine avait commencé des discutions avec "les autorités chinoises, le mois dernier, en vue d’un éventuel accord sur la vente de sous-marins" — 3 ou 4 exemplaires, mais a refusé de préciser le type de sous-marins concerné.
Ce responsable a indiqué qu’il était vital pour la marine d’acheter de nouveaux sous-marins pour répondre à l’expansion rapide des capacités navales indiennes. "Nos frères chinois sont toujours venus à notre aide et nous leur avons demandé à nouveau de nous aider," a-t-il indiqué.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 21 Juin 2010 - 13:15

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Pakistan asks U.S. for combat helicopters and UAVs


| Pakistan has asked the United States to provide it with attack helicopters to help improve ongoing operations against Taliban militants in the tribal areas, local media reported Thursday, according to Xinhua.
The 2.5 billion U.S. dollars in arms that Pakistan has requested includes new helicopter gunships, armed helicopters, and utility and cargo helicopters, according to the local newspaper Daily Times.
The Pakistani Military list also includes a request for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), among the newest and deadliest high-tech arms.
Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell said that the U.S. government was aware of its ally's military equipment list, the report said.
Senator John McCain, a top ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, and a former U.S. commander in Afghanistan, also view Pakistan's request favourably, according to a report that appeared in The Washington Times on Wednesday.
According to media reports, during the last three years, U.S. civilian and security assistance to Pakistan has totaled more than 4 billion dollars. Specific security assistance includes 14 F-16 fighter aircraft, 10 Mi-17 helicopters, more than 450 vehicles for Pakistan's Frontier Corps, hundreds of night vision goggles and so on. (Xinhua)
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