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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 23 Mar 2016 - 11:07

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Pakistan Army to launch tender for a new rifle
Mar 21, 2016



Trials are underway to select a new firearm for the Pakistan army to replace its G3 battle rifle and Chinese Type-56 AK-47 clones, which will also include upgrading facilities at the state-owned Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF).

A recent visit to Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF) by Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif has shed light on a requirement for what seems to be a new standard infantry rifle for the Pakistan Army.

Numerous photos released by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) show General Sharif as well as other senior Army officers inspecting assault and battle rifles from a number of overseas vendors.

The rifles present during General Raheel’s visit included the FN Herstal SCAR [Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle], Česká Zbrojovka CZ-806 BREN 2, Zastava M21, Beretta ARX-200, and Kalashnikov AK-103. Representatives from each of the aforementioned companies were also present.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 25 Mar 2016 - 10:16

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Pakistan to showcase new Z-10 Thunderbolt attack helicopters for the first time in military parade
Mar 24, 2016



Pakistan’s military paraded its wares for the second year running to commemorate Pakistan Day, during which the Chinese CAIC Z-10 helicopter gunship and the Shaheen III ballistic missile were notable participants.

The day marks the occasion both of the Lahore Resolution in 1940 that called for the formation of Pakistan, and the declaration of a republic in 1956.

Commenting on the parade, analyst, author and former Australian defense attache to Islamabad, Brian Cloughley, said there were “no equipment surprises, but the main thing about the parade is that it took place at all, which is a positive indicator concerning the never-ending fight against terrorism.”

The parade had generally been an annual event, but the deterioration in the security situation led to a seven-year break from 2007 until last year. It has also been notable in the past for the public debut of new equipment.

Early Pakistan showed interest in purchasing Z-10 helicopters. The helicopter is capable of targeting the enemy with a range of 3 to 4 kilometers without coming in reader. It is also capable of targeting in the air as well as on ground from air.

With the induction of Z-10, Pakistan Army’s capability of targeting the terrorists will increase. Pakistan is already using the helicopters effectively in the war against terrorism.

The CAIC Z-10 , also called WZ-10, is an attack helicopter developed by the People’s Republic of China. It is designed primarily for anti-tank warfare missions but has secondary air-to-air capability as well. It was designed by Kamov design bureau of Russia under a contract with the Chinese government. It was further developed and flight tested by the 602nd Research Institute under Wu Ximing and is being built by Changhe Aircraft Industries Corporation (CAIC)

VIDEO : Pakistan celebrates National Day





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 29 Mar 2016 - 12:28

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 5 Avr 2016 - 19:44

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Neuf hélicoptères AH-1Z pour le Pakistan


Dans Actualité Défense, Actualité Hélicoptères militaires
Publié le 05/04/2016 à 15h44, par Justine BOQUET


Un AH-1Z s'apprête à atterrir. © US Department of Defense



Le département américain à la Défense a annoncé, le 4 avril, l'obtention par l'hélicoptériste Bell d'un contrat portant sur 9 hélicoptères d'attaques AH-1Z pour le Pakistan. Cette vente a été conclu dans le cadre du programme FMS (foreign military sales) et porte également sur neufs réservoirs auxiliaires. Les livraisons débuteront en 2018.

Un contrat, de plus de 170 M de dollars, avait été passé en août dernier, portant sur 19 hélicoptères AH-1Z, pour l'US Marine Corps et le Pakistan. Aucune précision n'avait été donnée sur la répartition de ces 19 appareils entre le Pakistan et les Marines. En avril 2015, Islamabad avait annoncé vouloir acquérir 15 hélicoptères d'attaque. Néanmoins, pour le moment, aucune information n'a été communiquée concernant les 6 appareils restant. Deux possibilités semblent s'offrir au Pakistan : passer commande plus tard ou bien choisir un autre appareil. Selon IHS Jane's, Islamabad pourrait sélectionner le CHAIG WZ-10 chinois, dont elle possède déjà trois exemplaires.

Le contrat d'août incluait également des missiles air-sol AGM-114 Helfire II. « Par l'acquisition de [ces missiles], le Pakistan renforcera sa capacité à conduire des opérations au Warziristan du Nord, dans les zones tribales administrées par le gouvernement fédéral et dans d'autres régions éloignées et montagneuses, et ce par tous les temps, de jour comme de nuit », avait déclaré le ministère américain de la Défense.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 6 Avr 2016 - 13:52

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US to sell state of the art thermal weapon sights and spares to Pakistan

The Pentagon yesterday awarded a $17 million foreign military sales to Pakistan to Raytheon for supply of state of the art thermal weapon sights and spares which improve targeting and surveillance capabilities by enabling soldiers to spot targets at long distances through haze, dust, fog and other obscurants.







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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 8 Avr 2016 - 11:57

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Pakistan eyes on Thales' Damocles targeting pod for its JF-17 fighter jets

Pakistan wants to upgrade its ageing fleet of fighter jets in anticipation of a prolonged battle against militants, although the purchase of fifth-generation planes would only be a last resort, a country's senior air force official said in an interview with Reuters. The second-in-command of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) revealed that the PAF was seeking the Damocles targeting pod for use on the JF-17 Thunder.







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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 11 Avr 2016 - 10:14

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China and Pakistan launch Shaheen-5 joint air drill

China and Pakistan launched a joint air force exercise on April 9 in Pakistan, a military spokesperson announced. "Shaheen (Eagle)-5," the fifth such drill between the two countries, is taking place from April 9 to 30, Air Force spokesperson Shen Jinke said on Saturday.




PAF Mirage and F-7 fighter jets and PLAAF J-10 and JH-7 fighters alongside during Shaheen-II exercise

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 12 Avr 2016 - 10:33

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New batch of 16 JF-17 Thunder fighters inducted in Pakistan Air Force

A fresh batch of 16 upgraded JF-17 Thunder aircraft, jointly developed by China and Pakistan, was yesterday inducted into the Pakistan Air Force. The command flag of the fighter and surveillance aircraft was handed over to Squadron-II of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) by the country's Defence Minister Khawaja Asif at the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) Kamra.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 12 Avr 2016 - 15:02








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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Jeu 21 Avr 2016 - 14:08

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Cessna lands a $14mn FMS from Pakistan for six aeromedical evacuation aircraft




The US-based aircraft manufacturer Cessna Aircraft has been awarded a $14,095,939 contract to provide two Cessna 208B Grand Caravan EX aircraft, four Cessna T-206H Stationair aircraft, sustainment support and associated training to Pakistan, the US Department of Defense announced on Wednesday April 20, 2016.



According to the US DoD, Cessna will provide two new Cessna 208B Grand Caravan EX aircraft modified for aeromedical evacuation, and four new Cessna T-206H Stationair aircraft modified for aeromedical evacuation.

A 24-month sustainment package consisting of spares, tooling, and support equipment will be provided for each aircraft, as well as pilot and maintainer training for the Pakistan Army personnel.

"Work will be performed at Wichita, Kansas, and is expected to be complete by Dec. 30, 2016. This contract is 100 percent foreign military sales to Pakistan," the US DoD said.

The 208B Grand Caravan EX is an upgraded version of the well-known Caravan single-engined turboprop utility aircraft. The variant was certified in December 2012, powered by a 867 hp (647 kW) Pratt and Whitney Canada PT6A-140 that improves climb by 38%.

The Cessna T206H model is generally similar to the previous U206 configuration, with a pilot entry door and a rear double clamshell door for access to the middle and back seats. The "H" is marketed under the name "Stationair". The turbocharged T206H is powered by a Lycoming TSIO-540-AJ1A engine of 310 hp (230 kW).




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 26 Avr 2016 - 13:24

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Pakistan may buy Romanian IAR 330 Medium Utility Helicopter
Apr 26, 2016





Pakistan Minister of Defence Production showed interest in IAR 330 Medium Utility Helicopter are manufactured by Romania-based IAR Brasov.

Pakistan and Romania on Monday decided to enhance defence cooperation. This understanding reached during a meeting ofRomanian delegation and Rana Tanveer Hussain, Minister of Defence Production (MoDP). They exchanged views on matters of mutual interest and enhancing cooperation in defence production.

Pakistan also showed interest in IAR 330 Puma helicopters is a license-built variation of the SA 330 Puma helicopter. These helicopters were procured by Pakistan from 1987 to 88.The Pakistan Army has been using Pumas for transportation of army personal, food and equipment. The Aérospatiale SA 330 Puma is a four-bladed, twin-engine medium carriage helicopter. These helicopters played important role in Siachin flare.

Romania acquired the licence from Aérospatiale to produce the SA 330 Puma in July 1974. The first licence-built helicopter designated IAR 330H made its first flight in October 1975. Twenty-four helicopters were upgraded to IAR 330 SOCAT in cooperation with Elbit Systems (Israel). The IAR 330H helicopter was subsequently modernised into the IAR 330L configuration. The IAR 330 helicopters were also exported to Pakistan, Sudan, Lebanon, Kenya and the United Arab Emirates.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 27 Avr 2016 - 15:39

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Pakistan in Talks With Russia on Sales of Helicopters, Air Defense



MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Pakistan is eyeing to modernize its Air Force, Asif said on the sidelines of the fifth Moscow Conference on International Security.
"We are in
touch with Russia on different types of weapons such as helicopters, we are even considering the Russian air defense system and advanced tanks. We are also exploring possibility to update and modernize our Air Force," Asif said on the sidelines of the fifth Moscow Conference on International Security.


According to Asif, Pakistan is seeking to expand its cooperation with Russia in different spheres, including regional security and counter-terrorism.
"We are looking forward to expanding our cooperation with Russia in all facets of our relationship but mostly we are looking forward to increasing our defense cooperation. We also look forward to working closely on regional peace and in the fight against terrorism," the minister added.
Military ties between the two countries date back to the 1960s, when Pakistan imported defense equipment from the Soviet Union. In November 2014, Russia and Pakistan signed a deal on cooperation between their defense ministries.
The agreement was followed by a contract for the sale of four Mi-35M transport and attack helicopters to Pakistan, signed in August 2015.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 29 Avr 2016 - 13:58

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 29 Avr 2016 - 14:02

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 29 Avr 2016 - 16:47

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Obama Scraps Subsidy in $700Mln F-16 Sale to Pakistan

US President Barack Obama’s administration plans to abandon the plan to subsidize the $700 million deal to sell F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, a senior US State Department official said Friday.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The official who spoke on condition of anonymity told the BBC broadcaster’s Hindi desk that the Obama administration "is still very much in favor" of selling the F-16s to Pakistan. Islamabad would however have to bear the full cost of the eight fighter jets, the State Department official added.

The original arrangement required Pakistan to pay $270 million for the aircraft, with the remaining $430 million paid by the US taxpayer.

The decision to scrap the subsidy comes as the US Congress blocked the funding for the deal after Pakistan’s regional rival India expressed dissatisfaction with the deal. A factor for some of the US lawmakers’ opposition was the 2011 arrest and the 33-year sentence on charges of treason of a doctor who exposed Osama bin Laden’s location through a fake CIA vaccine program in Pakistan.
The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency said that the State Department had approved the sale of eight F-16 combat aircraft and other equipment to Pakistan on February 12.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 2 Mai 2016 - 9:50

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Pakistan and China launch production of first JF-17B dual seat fighter prototype

Pakistan and China jointly launched the manufacturing of first prototype of JF-17B Dual Seat Combat Fighter Aircraft at an induction ceremony held in Chengdu Aerospace Corporation (CAC) Chengdu, China. The occasion marked yet another milestone in the close co-operation during JF-17 aircraft development between Pakistan and China. Air Marshal Muhammad Iqbal Chief Project Director JF-17, Project Management Office, Pakistan Air Force was the chief guest at the occasion.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 3 Mai 2016 - 14:08

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Obama Scraps Subsidy in $700Mln F-16 Sale to Pakistan

US President Barack Obama’s administration plans to abandon the plan to subsidize the $700 million deal to sell F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, a senior US State Department official said Friday.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The official who spoke on condition of anonymity told the BBC broadcaster’s Hindi desk that the Obama administration "is still very much in favor" of selling the F-16s to Pakistan. Islamabad would however have to bear the full cost of the eight fighter jets, the State Department official added.

The original arrangement required Pakistan to pay $270 million for the aircraft, with the remaining $430 million paid by the US taxpayer.

The decision to scrap the subsidy comes as the US Congress blocked the funding for the deal after Pakistan’s regional rival India expressed dissatisfaction with the deal. A factor for some of the US lawmakers’ opposition was the 2011 arrest and the 33-year sentence on charges of treason of a doctor who exposed Osama bin Laden’s location through a fake CIA vaccine program in Pakistan.
The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency said that the State Department had approved the sale of eight F-16 combat aircraft and other equipment to Pakistan on February 12.


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U.S. Tells Pakistan it Will Have to Fund F-16s Itself (excerpt)
(Source: Reuters; published May 3, 2016)
by David Brunnstrom
WASHINGTON --- The United States has told Pakistan it will have to finance the purchase of U.S. F-16 fighter jets itself after members of the U.S. Congress objected to the use of government funds to pay for them.

The U.S. government said in February it had approved the sale to Pakistan of up to eight F-16 fighter jets built by Lockheed Martin Corp., as well as radar and other equipment in a deal valued at $699 million.

However, Republican Senator Bob Corker said he would use his power as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to bar the use of any U.S. funds for the deal to send a message to Pakistan that it needed to do more in the war against militants.

Corker’s stance reflected deep unhappiness among both Democrats and Republicans in Congress about what they see as Islamabad’s policy of supporting militant groups that target Afghans and Americans, and Pakistan’s failure to support the reconciliation process for Afghanistan.

U.S. State Department spokesman John Kirby said congressional opposition meant funds from the U.S. government’s Foreign Military Financing allocation could not be used to purchase the aircraft.

“Given congressional objections, we have told the Pakistanis that they should put forward national funds for that purpose,” he told a regular news briefing. (end of excerpt)



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 3 Mai 2016 - 21:21

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Pakistan may buy 20 Mi-17 military transport helicopters
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 4 Mai 2016 - 16:22

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KSEW cuts steel on Pakistan's first MPV, as new details emerge

Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore - IHS Jane's Navy International
04 May 2016




Key Points
KSEW has begun building the first of six MPVs for the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency
The vessels will replace the Barkat-class patrol boats that have been in service since the late 1980s
Pakistan's state-owned shipbuilder Karachi Shipyard and Engineering Works (KSEW) has held a steel-cutting ceremony for the first of six maritime patrol vessels (MPVs) on order for the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA).

New details on Pakistan's capability requirements for the vessels have also emerged.

The steel-cutting ceremony was held on 3 May and was attended by senior officials from the Pakistan Navy, KSEW, and China Shipbuilding Trading Company (CSTC).

The MPVs, each displacing 600 tonnes at full load, are being constructed under a transfer-of-technology arrangement signed between KSEW and CSTC in June 2015. KSEW will construct two vessels in Pakistan while the remaining four will be built by CSTC in China.

No further details on the vessels were provided by KSEW in its media release for the ceremony; the company also declined an interview request from IHS Jane's on 4 May, citing confidentiality issues.

However, a tender document on the MPV programme, published by the Pakistani government's planning commission, revealed a requirement for a platform that can attain a maximum speed of 30 kt and a cruising speed of between 12-16 kt. The vessel should also have a standard range of 4,500 n miles at cruising speed, and have an endurance of 21 days at sea without replenishment.

Armament to be fitted onboard includes either a 37 mm or a 30 mm gun as a primary weapon, in addition to mountings for two 12.7 mm machine guns.

An artist's illustration of the MPV, shown at the ceremony, suggests that the PMSA has opted for an automatic stabilised naval gun system as the platform's main weapon.

The illustration also suggests that the platform can accommodate a single helicopter on its flight deck on top of two rigid-hull inflatable boats at the stern section.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 20 Mai 2016 - 13:41

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Pakistan receive two Mi-171E military transport helicopters from Russia
May 19, 2016



Russian Helicopters (part of State Corporation Rostec) has delivered a two Mi-171E military transport helicopters to the government of the Pakistan Defence Forces.

The helicopters have been delivered on board of Ilyushin Il-76 cargo aircraft.

The helicopter has modern flight and navigation equipment that enables safe flights at any time and in any weather conditions. Adjustment of cockpit instruments for night vision goggles will increase flight safety at nighttime. In addition, to increase safety, the helicopter is equipped with a ground proximity warning system that duly notifies the crew of a dangerous proximity of an obstacle, or ground or water surface in order to prevent accidents.

The Mi-171 helicopter is a deep modernization of the Mi-8. The Mi-171 helicopter has a certificate issued by AR IAC as well as an approval of the type certificate in a number of Asian countries. It is operated in 30 countries around the world.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 25 Mai 2016 - 10:33

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Pakistan chooses Leonardo's AW139 helicopter for SAR missions

Leonardo-Finmeccanica announced today that Government of Pakistan has signed a contract for an undisclosed number of AgustaWestland AW139 intermediate twin engine helicopters. The signing was held in Islamabad in presence of the H.E. Italian Ambassador Stefano Pontecorvo.



A SAR version of the AW139 medium multirole helicopter from the Italian Air Force
(Credit: Leonardo/AgustaWestland)



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 25 Mai 2016 - 12:16

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TAI in Talks to Upgrade Pakistani F-16s
Burak Ege Bekdil, Defense News 1:50 p.m. EDT May 24, 2016


ANKARA, Turkey — Tusas Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) is negotiating with Pakistan to upgrade 74 Pakistani Air Force (PAF) F-16 fighters, company officials said.

“The negotiations are being held through our Pakistani representative,” a TAI official said. “We are hopeful about an eventual deal in view of our excellent relations with PAF.”

If finalized the deal will involve upgrades on a batch of 74 PAF F-16 aircraft, including 14 fighters Pakistan will acquire from Jordan.

But for any Turkish-Pakistani deal a US go-ahead is required.

“We are in talks [with the Pakistani officials] but it is not certain that we shall win the contract,” the TAI official said. “These [Pakistani] aircraft will need a US permission for any upgrade program.”




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 31 Mai 2016 - 18:03

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Pakistan Seeks Greater Indigenization for Next Air Force Fighter
Usman Ansari, Defense News 9:54 a.m. EDT May 31, 2016



ISLAMABAD — The top Pakistan Air Force (PAF) chief has outlined plans for greater indigenous design and technical/industrial input with its next fighter, which it hopes to realize under the Vision 2030 program.

In an interview aired by the national broadcaster PTV, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman said Vision 2030 aims for greater indigenization of avionics, communication systems, and other subsystems and components for a fifth generation fighter.

He accepted there are budgetary and research challenges, but said human resources and infrastructure was being developed to ensure that 10-15 years from now these goals could be achieved.

A major aspect of this is Aviation City near Pakistan Aeronautical Complex in Kamra, the home of Pakistan’s aviation industry, which will have its own higher education facilities to nurture talent for the indigenization process.

The Chinese Shenyang J-31, (or development thereof), is strongly speculated to be Pakistan’s choice of fifth generation fighter. However, author, analyst and former Air Force pilot Kaiser Tufail believes this is still unclear, but “emphasis on an indigenous design” is serious.


http://www.defensenews.com/story/defense/air-space/air-force/2016/05/31/pakistan-vision-2030-air-force/85184306/



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 31 Mai 2016 - 20:06

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Le Pakistan lorgne le J-31 !





Le Pakistan veut moderniser sa force aérienne et vient de révéler son projet « Vision 2030 ». Deux grandes lignes ressortent clairement de ce plan. L’une prévoit l’augmentation du développement indigène du JF-17 « Thunder » et l’autre l’intérêt visant l’achat du Shenyang J-31 chinois.

Améliorations du JF-17 :

Le programme commun avec la Chine du développement de l’avion de combat JF-17 « Thunder » doit permettre à l’avenir au Pakistan de poursuivre sa capacité à produire des systèmes indigènes qui viendront composer les équipements de l’avion. Selon le programme « Vision 2030 » le pays cherche à fabriquer des éléments d’avionique, des systèmes de communication et d'autres sous-systèmes et composants.

Un avion de cinquième génération :

Le Pakistan aimerait bien produire un avion de cinquième génération entièrement indigène. Mais ceci tient pour l’instant du rêve, tant du point de vue technique que financier. Cependant, le pays s’intéresse de plus en plus au Shenyang J-31 chinois. L’objectif pakistanais serait de rentrer dans le programme, comme cela s’est fait avec le JF-17. Des composants techniques pakistanais pourraient alors venir équiper la version destinée à l’Armée de l’air pakistanaise.

L’aviation est une priorité :

Pour réussir son pari, le Pakistan prépare la construction d’un complexe dédié à l’aéronautique près de la ville de Kamra. Ce site disposera d’une unité de recherche et de son propre établissement d'enseignement supérieur pour nourrir les talents d'ingénierie en aéronautique des futurs étudiants.

Le JF-17 « Thunder » :



Le JF-17 «Thunder» (Pakistan) ou FC-1 «Xiaolong» (Chine) est un chasseur monoréacteur propulsé par une version chinoise du réacteur RD-93 dérivé du RD-33 russe, qui équipe le MiG-29. L’avion a effectué son premier vol en septembre 2003. Avion multirôle d’un faible coût, soit environ 20 millions de dollars, il est équipé d’une avionique moderne par rapport aux A-5C et F-7P (dérivés des MiG-19/21). L’armement comprend deux canons GSh-23 (23mm), jusqu’à 3.700kg de charge utile. Doté d’armement occidental pour la version JF-17 comme des Sidewinder AIM-9P ou des PL-7/8/9 chinois. La version chinoise dispose d’une capacité de tir à grande distance avec le missile PL-12/SD-10.

Le Shenyang J-31 :

Le Shenyang J-31 est un chasseur de taille moyenne utilisant des moteurs russes RD-93 et à terme des moteurs chinois WS-13. L’avion reprend les entrées d’air du F-35 sans séparateur de couche, du moins en apparence. On notera que les tuyères sont classiques à la différence du F-22.

Conçu par l'Institut 601 de Shenyang et fabriqué par l'usine 112, toujours à Shenyang. Selon les premières communication de la China Aviation Industry dédiée à cet avion indique qu'il a une faible signature radar et une forte capacité en matière de contre-mesures électroniques. Il y une capacité multirôles. Les systèmes de bords permettent la fusion des données. De plus l’avion capacité en logistique intégrée et un haut ratio qualité/prix. Il peut décoller sur 400mètres et atterrir sur 600mètres. Sa durée de vie est estimée entre 6 et 8 000 heures de vol ou 30 ans de service.


Photos 1 & 3 AVIC J-31 @ Weimeng 2 JF-17 @ Eric Salard

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 1 Juin 2016 - 14:17

Un centre de recherche et un entre de formations... très bonne initiative. J'espere que ca ne sera pas comme le SUPRACO où, on je dirais pas qu'ils sont des bras cassés, mais juste qu'on leur donne pas les financement nécessaires.
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