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De bonne ou de mauvaise qualité, les armes russes semblent quand même bien se vendre
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Nouveau record des exportations d'armements russes ( selon Vedomosti)
09/ 02/ 2009

MOSCOU, 9 février - RIA Novosti. Le volume des exportations d'armements russes en 2008 a battu un nouveau record grâce aux gros contrats de livraison d'avions, lit-on lundi dans le quotidien Vedomosti.
Le montant des exportations d'armements russes en 2008 s'est chiffré à 8 milliards de dollars, a indiqué une source au sein d'un département du gouvernement chargé de la coopération militaire et technique. Ce montant
a été également confirmé par une source à Rostekhnologuii.
En outre, la part des exportations de Rosoboronexport, monopole des livraisons de systèmes d'armement en Russie, s'est chiffrée à 6,725 milliards de dollars, estime l'interlocuteur du Kommersant. Le reste représente des fournitures de composantes ou des contrats signés avant l'octroi à Rosoboronexport du monopole des exportations de systèmes assemblés en 2007. Il s'agit des livraisons de missiles antichars et de systèmes de DCA du Bureau d'études de construction d'appareils de Toula, des fournitures à l'Inde des missiles BrahMos, conçus par une entreprise mixte comprenant le Groupement de recherche et de production de Reoutov, et d'autres systèmes.
Ce chiffre représente un nouveau record des exportations d'armements russes, fait remarquer Konstantin Makienko, expert du Centre d'analyse des stratégies et des technologies. Selon le Service fédéral de coopération militaire et technique, le volume des livraisons de 2007 a atteint 7,4 milliards de dollars (la part de Rosoboronexport se chiffrant à 6,1 milliards) et celui de 2006 est évalué à 6,46 milliards de dollars (dont 5,3 milliards ont représenté les contrats de Rosoboronexport).
La partie russe parvient à conserver de tels volumes importants tout d'abord grâce à la validité des gros contrats de livraison des chasseurs Su-30. Selon un responsable d'une entreprise aéronautique, on a fourni l'année dernière plus de 40 avions de ce type: de 8 à 10 Su-30 MKA en Algérie, 6 Su-30 MKM en Malaisie, près de 16 Su-30 MKI, compte tenu des équipements destinés à l'assemblage de ces appareils sous licence, en Inde, 8 Su-30 MK2V au Venezuela et 2 Su-30 MK2 en Indonésie.
Avec les armements, le montant de ces livraisons atteint 30% du volume total des exportations, fait remarquer une source au sein de l'industrie aéronautique.
Rosoboronexport et la Chine ont signé à la fin du janvier un nouveau contrat important de livraison de 122 moteurs pour les chasseurs chinois J-10 pour une somme de près de 500 millions de dollars, a annoncé un responsable d'une entreprise aéronautique russe.
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Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Elbit Awarded Payload Contract

Elbit Systems was awarded a $20 million contract to supply an Asian country with dozens of CoMPASS (Compact Multi Purpose Advanced Stabilized System) payloads for maritime patrol aircraft. The undisclosed Asian country operates one of the largest maritime patrol fleets in the world. The contract is scheduled to be completed within two years.

The CoMPASS includes an advanced thermal imaging system, laser range designator and a day channel, allowing optimal ISTAR (intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance) capabilities. The payload is integrated into the aircraft's mission systems, the company said.


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Armes russes: pertes de 6 mds USD si l'Algérie et la Syrie basculent (expert)


La Russie, principal fournisseur d'armes de l'Algérie et de la Syrie, subirait un manque à gagner de plus de 6 milliards de dollars en cas de déstabilisation de la situation dans ces pays, a déclaré jeudi le directeur du Centre d'analyse du commerce mondial d'armes, Igor Korotchenko, lors d'une conférence de presse à RIA Novosti.

"Les contrats de livraison d'armes signés par la Russie avec l'Algérie et la Syrie constituent plus d'un huitième du carnet des commandes militaires de la Russie avec les pays étrangers", a-t-il affirmé, précisant que ce carnet s'élevait à 48 milliards de dollars. Aussi, est-il capital pour Moscou que ni l'Algérie ni la Syrie ne soient touchées par les processus déstabilisateurs qui frappent actuellement nombre de pays arabes, a ajouté M. Korotchenko.

Il est persuadé qu'un changement de régime en Syrie entraînerait une diminution considérable des possibilités des forces navales russes.

"C'est précisément dans ce pays, à Tartous en particulier, que se trouve l'unique base navale russe située à l'étranger", a indiqué l'expert.

M. Korotchenko a également souligné que la Russie voulait mener à bien la livraison d'une batterie de défense côtière Bastion dotée de missiles de croisière antinavires Iakhont. "Il s'agit d'un contrat sans précédent et qui nous ouvre un nouveau segment du marché d'armements", a-t-il précisé.

Selon l'expert, la Russie pourrait en outre perdre des millions de dollars en cas de détérioration de la situation en Jordanie où elle construit une usine de mortiers.

Par contre, le changement de régime en Tunisie n'a eu aucune incidence sur les exportations d'armes russes vers ce pays, car Tunis n'achète que du matériel de guerre occidental.


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Saab denies wrongdoing in fighter jet deal



Swedish defense group Saab said Friday an ongoing probe into reports it had secretly paid millions of euros to ensure South Africa did not back out of a deal to buy 26 fighter jets had turned up no evidence of wrongdoing.

"Our investigations are continuing, but nothing has emerged so far in the
numerous investigations previously carried out by the Public Prosecution
Authority to prove that anything illegal took place," Saab president and chief
executive Håkan Buskhe said in a statement.

"Saab has a zero-tolerance policy regarding bribery," the company insisted.

The comments came just days after an investigative news programme on
commercial TV4 said it had new evidence of corruption connected to Saab's 1999 deal to sell 28 -- later reduced to 26 -- JAS Gripen fighter jets to South
Africa.

The programme published what it said was a 2003 contract between Saab
subsidiary Sanip and Fana Hlongwane, the advisor to the South African defence
minister at the time, promising to pay him millions of euros in
bonuses if South Africa did not back out of the Gripen deal.

The document showed Sanip had agreed to pay Hlongwane over 50 million
kronor (5.6 million euros, $7.9 million) between 2003 and 2005, and that a
further 30 million was scheduled to be paid later this year.

"We take the accusations very seriously and have therefore conducted our
own enquiries in order to investigate what took place," Buskhe said in
Friday's statement.

"Our investigations so far show that there has not been any payments made
by Sanip to the consulting firm (of Hlongwane). Nor did Saab know anything
about the contract and did not sanction it," he insisted.

He went on to acknowledge that "in hindsight, we can state that Saab should
have had greater control over Sanip's operations, (but) at the same time,
there is nothing in the published contract to show that any irregularities
were committed."

The TV4 corruption allegations, which came as Buskhe and Swedish Prime
Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt were in Brazil where Saab is in the running for a
multi-billion-dollar contract for 36 new fighter jets, are not new.

Saab's Gripen jet sale to South Africa and its cooperation with shareholder
BAE Systems have already faced several probes in Sweden, South Africa and
Britain, but no wrongdoing has ever been proven.



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le memo de ban de ventes des CBU a ete renouvelé d´un an,a l´exeption des CBU ayant un UO ne depassant 1%,comme les CBU-97B/105 SWF
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At present the only cluster munition with a compliant submunition (one that does not result in more than I percent unexploded ordnance across the range ofintended operational environments) is the CBU-97B/CBU-105, Sensor Fused Weapon (SFW). The CBU-107 Passive Attack Weapon, which contains non-explosive rods, is not captured by the ban. No other cluster munitions or cluster munitions technology, technical assistance, or related technical information is eligible for release at this time. No new Foreign Military Sales cases or Price and Availability Data should be developed or offered for them. Implementing agencies may not complete deliveries or provide support or cluster munitions technology for non-compliant cluster munitions provided under Letters of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) accepted prior to December 26,2007.
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L’ancien P-DG de l’usine Aviaremsnab, qui a fourni en 2006-2007 des pièces détachées usagées de MiG-29 à l’Algérie, a été reconnu coupable de fraude et d’escroquerie par la justice de son pays.

La justice russe réconforte l’Algérie qui a refusé une commande de 34 chasseurs russes MiG-29. Pour preuve, Moussaïl Ismaïlov, ancien P-DG de l’usine Aviaremsnab, qui a fourni en 2006-2007 des pièces détachées usagées de MiG-29 à l’Algérie, a été reconnu coupable de fraude et d’escroquerie par la justice de son pays. Hier mercredi, Moussaïl Ismaïlov a été condamné à sept ans et demi de prison ferme, a annoncé hier le porte-parole d’un tribunal de Moscou. «Moussaïl Ismaïlov a été condamné à sept ans et demi de prison ferme», a déclaré à l’AFP le porte-parole du tribunal Savelovski de Moscou. Selon la même source, Ismaïlov a été poursuivi pour «escroquerie à grande échelle». Devant le tribunal, l’inculpé avait reconnu sa culpabilité. Déjà lorsque l’enquête était à ses préliminaires, Ismaïlov avait reconnu sa culpabilité, à en croire la même source.
Les résultats de l’enquête menée par les services russes au lendemain du refus de l’Algérie de réceptionner cette commande, avaient dévoilé que cette usine a fourni des pièces détachées de MiG fabriquées entre 1982 et 1996, en les présentant comme des neuves dans les documents joints, qui ont été falsifiés, selon l’accusation.
Le contrat entre Moscou et Alger portait sur la livraison, par la Russie à l’Algérie, de 34 chasseurs MiG-29 SMT et MIG UBT, d’un montant de 1,3 milliard de dollars. Des experts militaires algériens avaient dénoncé en 2008 des anomalies et de nombreuses défaillances techniques dans 15 appareils qui ont été livrés en 2007. c’était la raison pour laquelle l’Algérie avait annulé ledit contrat.
L’enquête contre le fournisseur a été ouverte en septembre 2009. Ce scandale a été dévoilé par la presse russe qui avait rapporté que l’Algérie rendait à la Russie les 15 chasseurs fournis en 2006 et 2007, en raison de leur qualité inférieure aux attentes. L’information n’avait alors pas été confirmée officiellement.
En mars dernier, le P-DG d’une autre entreprise, Aviatechnoservis, à Nijni Novgorod (Volga), qui a fourni des pièces détachées de mauvaise qualité pour les MiG destinés à Alger, Vladimir Borissov, a été condamné à une peine de trois ans et dix mois de prison ferme. Dans un autre registre, notre confrère arabophone, El-Khabar avait annoncé dans son édition d’avant-hier que l’Algérie a demandé la réouverture de ce dossier, suite à la «découverte par les autorités russes d’un réseau d’espionnage israélien qui collectait des renseignements sur les armes vendues par la Russie aux pays arabes, dont l’Algérie».
Selon la même source, les services de sécurité algériens avaient même demandé aux services de contre-espionnage russe des compléments de renseignements quant à l’arrestation en Russie d’un réseau d’espionnage israélien.
Les résultats de l’enquête, selon cette même source, avaient fait état de l’implication, dans cet affaire, d’un réseau du Mossad conduit par l’attaché militaire près l’ambassade d’Israël en Russie.

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Turkey, with its plan to purchase 100 fighter jets -- for which it was going to shake hands with Lockheed Martin for $16 billion, but later suspended due to the American aerospace company's refusal to share technology with it -- has also received an offer from Europe, one that includes the sharing of the know-how Turkey wants.

Speaking to Today's Zaman on the condition of anonymity, a leading executive from European Eurofighter -- an aerospace consortium of Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom -- said they agree to fulfill Turkey's demands to that end. “We are ready to share all software codes and critical technologies with Turkey,” the official said. Previously the Lockheed Martin director responsible for the F-35s Turkey initially agreed to buy said that what Turkey wanted was not acceptable because of “financial and cost constraints.” The American company declined to comment on the issue despite Eurofighter's offer.
Earlier in March, Turkey announced that it was putting the planned purchase of 100 F-35 fighter jets from the US on hold because the Pentagon refused to share the source code used in the software designed for the aircraft, as well as the codes that might be used externally to activate the planes. Lockheed is the Pentagon's top supplier by sales. It builds the F-16, F-22 and F-35 fighter aircraft, as well as the Aegis naval combat system and THAAD missile defense.
Without the source code, Turkish engineers wouldn't be able to make any changes to the software that operates the jets. The external flight codes are equally important, if not more so, as they can be used externally to navigate the jets.
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By Bill Sweetman
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The European fighter development community’s views on the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) have become more negative since 2005-06, and this is not, primarily, the result of marketing. The commentary expressed in offline meetings at conferences and shows is much more negative than on-the-record statements suggest.

People at Saab, Eurofighter and Dassault are of one voice on JSF and do not believe it will deliver its promised affordability, whether in acquisition, upgrades or operational cost, or that it will deliver capability on its present schedule. They expect that when JSF emerges from development, its stealth technology will be less valuable than expected, and that it will be inferior in other respects to European products.

The non-competitive selections of the JSF by the Netherlands, Norway and Canada are attributed to three main factors: political pressure by the U.S. (suspected for years but confirmed in 2010 by WikiLeaks), U.S.-oriented air forces, and political vacillation enabled by the fact that full-rate production JSFs are not available for order.

This worldview underpins the Europeans’ determination to keep their programs alive until the JSF program runs its course, or unravels, as they expect it to.

India’s decision to eliminate all but two contenders for its Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) requirement was a blow to Boeing and Saab, the companies in the losing group who had reason to hold out most hope in the competition (see p. 21). For the survivors, Eurofighter (Typhoon) and Dassault (Rafale), it means a bruising duel to win the contract and—for the winner—a major challenge to fulfill it.

Indian officials say the winners scored highest on technical grounds, which is not surprising. Typhoon and Rafale are larger and more powerful than Saab’s Gripen. The former is better at high altitude and the latter excels in payload and range. The European fighters also have a more contemporary aerodynamic design than Boeing’s Super Hornet.

But a word of caution—what is being offered in both cases is not what is coming off the production line today. Boeing’s Super Hornet proposal seems to have been close to the in-production F/A-18E/F Block 2, with the exception of General Electric’s Enhanced Performance Engine (EPE) version of the F414. Gripen NG rests on a development program that is well underway.

Whether Rafale or Typhoon is selected, the program will aim to achieve several things simultaneously, including co-developing improvements such as an active, electronically scanned array (AESA) radar and Meteor air-to-air missile (AAM) integration; dealing with obsolescence issues that are inevitable in long development cycles; transfering technology and launching joint indigenous production; and transplanting a complex all-digital aircraft into the Indian air force, all on a tight timescale.

If Rafale wins, and is also successful in Brazil, Dassault and its partners—Safran and Thales—will be doing much the same thing, 9,000 mi. from India.

Good luck with that. The Indian customer, however, may take the view that the burden of risk will fall on the contractor—and ultimately its domestic government stakeholder, which is unlikely to want to see problems erupt into public finger-pointing.

Boeing and Saab, meanwhile, can take comfort in depicting the Indian decision as something less than an outright repudiation of their approach to fighter design and the market. Boeing can present it as a choice to not rely on the U.S. for a principal weapon system, and Saab can point out that either finalist represents a move to closer ties with the major powers of Europe.

The current competitive situation of the three “Euro-canard” fighters, however, is shaped by economic, operational, technical and historic factors, and whether one or all survive into the 2020s as viable programs depends on all of them.

The historic factor dates to the mid-1980s, when France and the Eurofighter partners went their separate ways. Germany and the U.K. argued that one-nation programs no longer had the critical mass to compete with those from the U.S. France believed multinational programs without a clear leadership structure were impossibly cumbersome.

Both arguments were right.

Rafale works, but is being built at such slow rates that costs are high. To increase rates would be to starve other national programs of resources. Typhoon’s production and upgrade program has been successively delayed and restructured as the sponsoring nations have wrangled over how much should be spent on each step, and when.

Sweden escaped these outcomes because it had always structured its fighter programs differently. Design, integration and most manufacturing remained in Sweden, but subsystems such as the engine, radar and weapons were co-developed with foreign partners or imported. Combined with a uniquely authoritative and highly skilled government arms-development agency, Gripen’s development has been affordable on a national basis.

Technically and operationally, Rafale and Typhoon are more different than the distant view suggests. At its conception, Typhoon was expected to enter service at a point where Tornado, developed by three of its four partners, would be at its mid-life point. Combined with the emerging threat of the MiG-29 and Sukhoi Su-27, this drove the design toward air-combat performance, with a configuration that accommodated large radar and a standard, low-drag, six-missile load-out, and aerodynamics and propulsion optimized for agility (including supersonic maneuver) and acceleration.

The RAF considers the Typhoon second only to the Lockheed Martin F-22 in the air-to-air regime. Armed with Meteor ramjet-powered AAMs and equipped with a high-end infrared search-and-track (IRST) system, it will be more formidable yet. The problem is that few customers face adversaries with large or modern fighter forces.

Also, there is a difference of approach among the four Typhoon nations. The U.K. has recognized since the early 2000s that the Typhoon will have to take over some or all Tornado missions and developed an interim air-to-ground precision-strike capability. But the other partners have not seen this as an urgent need (and are less involved with air operations in Iraq and Afghanistan), so funding for definitive solutions has been slow to materialize.

Nonetheless, the Typhoon team continues to promote future variants, including evolved designs with thrust vector control (TVC)—which, among other things, improves handling with heavy external loads—and even a carrier-based version, which is of interest to India (and to the U.K. if JSF has problems). TVC is linked to carrier landing capability, as it permits a trimmed approach at a lower angle of attack and overcomes a problem with earlier “Seaphoon” studies—the big radome that interposed itself between the pilot’s eyes and the ship.

Rafale, by contrast, was designed to permit a one-type air force for France, including the navy, with missions ranging from close air support to nuclear strike. The result was a small aircraft with the ability to carry a large external load and lower top-end performance than Typhoon. Another tradeoff was to accept less radar range in return for flexibility and light weight, with the relatively small passive phased array of the RBE2.

The Rafale has impressive capabilities, including discretion, which the French prefer to the term “stealth.” Rafale visibly shows more marks of low-observables technology than its contemporaries, and there is evidence that its Thales Spectra electronic warfare system has an active cancellation mode.

The Rafale team has, since the mid-2000s, done reasonably well at keeping its plans to mature and upgrade the aircraft on schedule. It can self-designate with the GBU-12 laser-guided bomb and carries the Sagem AASM extended-range, precision-guided weapon family. For the destruction of enemy air defenses mission, presentations show one Rafale targeting with radar from outside lethal range, while another approaches in terrain cover and delivers a pop-up AASM. The latest version to be tested is the imaging-IR model. Rafale is also operational with the Thales Areos multiband, long-range oblique reconnaissance pod.

Stealth, meanwhile, appears to be the hallmark of Gripen development, in that it is moving forward under a shroud of non-publicity. Sweden has taken the strategic decision to retain a small but capable air force, which will be based on Gripen until at least 2040. The only currently planned route to that goal is through the JAS 39E/F Gripen NG.

The next milestone is the return to flight of the Gripen Demo prototype, equipped with the E/F’s new avionics system, designed to reduce the cost of upgrades by partitioning mission systems from flight-critical functions. Selex Galileo is pushing forward with the Skywards-G IRST—the first system of its type to operate in dual IR bands—and the Raven ES-05, the first wide-angle AESA.

The first new-build Gripen NG is due to fly in 2012. Reports describe stealth enhancements including diverterless inlets. The enhanced performance (EPE) engine would be a useful addition—at its highest reported rating, its non-afterburning output would be over 90% of the maximum thrust of the C/D’s RM12 engine, although Saab may elect to take a smaller thrust boost combined with longer engine life to reduce ownership cost. GE claims that the EPE is relatively low-risk.

There’s a lot of work to be done if European programs are to remain viable, but so far, industry considers it worthwhile.
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BAE Sells Remaining Stake in Saab, Ending 13-Year Investment


BAE Systems Plc (BA/), Europe’s largest defense contractor and a maker of the Eurofighter warplane, is selling its remaining stake in Saab AB (SAABB) for about $253 million, ending a 13-year investment in the Swedish weapons maker.
BAE is selling 11.2 million shares at 139.5 kronor apiece, according to a term sheet sent to clients and obtained by Bloomberg News. The sale completes BAE’s gradual withdrawal from Saab, maker of the Gripen fighter plane.
BAE first bought 35 percent of Saab in 1998 for 3.5 billion kronor, about $450 million at the time, when the two were already partners in selling the Gripen. BAE began unwinding its Saab holdings in 2005, selling 13.2 million shares as it sought to reorganize international ventures to fund acquisitions in the U.S. Last year, it sold half its 20.5 percent stake to Investor AB, the Wallenberg family’s publicly traded holding company, saying it would sell the rest later.
“They decided some years ago that Saab is redundant for them, as they shifted their focus to the U.S.,” said Zafar Kahn, an analyst at Societe Generale in London, who has a “hold” rating on BAE stock. “It is a good time to sell since the Saab share price recovered.”
Saab shares have gained 35 percent in the past 12 months. Today they plunged as much as 8.2 percent to 136.8 kronor, the biggest intraday drop since October. They traded at 137.3 kronor as of 11:27 a.m. in Stockholm, giving Saab a market value of 15 billion kronor ($2.43 billion). BAE shares declined 1 percent to 320 pence.
BAE, which also makes Astute submarines and Excalibur artillery shells, is targeting new arms markets and building up civil-industry sales as Britain shrinks its defense budget. BAE is already among the top 10 defense contractors in the U.S.
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Frégates: Thalès doit payer Taïwan

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La cour d'appel de Paris a rejeté aujourd'hui le recours du groupe de défense Thales contre la sentence arbitrale qui, en 2010, l'avait condamné à rembourser des centaines de millions de dollars à Taïwan pour des commissions indûment versées sur la vente de frégates en 1991.


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Le Maroc a dépensé 3,1milliards de dollars pour son armement en 2011


Le Maroc a dépensé 3,1 milliards de dollars pour l’achat d’armes en 2011, détenant ainsi la huitième place des pays arabes qui dépensent le plus pour leur armement en 2011, indique un rapport Institut international de recherche sur la paix de Stockholm (SIPRI), paru lundi.


En première position des pays arabes qui ont le plus dépensé cette année pour l’achat d’armement, figure l’Arabie Saoudite, avec 45,2 milliards de dollars, suivie des Emirats Arabes Unis, l’Algérie, l’Irak, le Koweït et l’Egypte et en dernière position figure la Tunisie, précise le même rapport.

L’Algérie aurait acheté depuis 2006, 3% des armes vendues à travers le monde, au même titre que les Etats Unis d’Amérique et l’Australie et 48% des armes vendues en Afrique, selon l’étude du SIPRI.

Le marché de l’armement a augmenté de 24% en volume de transactions entre 2006 et 2010, comparé à la période allant de 2001 à 2005, précise le rapport de l’Institut international de recherche sur la paix de Stockholm.

En mai dernier, le Maroc a commandé aux États-Unis 38 unités de missiles air-air très développés, en plus de leurs pièces de rechange, pour une valeur de 50 millions de dollars.

Quant à la première livraison des 24 avions de chasse F-16, commandés par le Maroc en 2008, pour une valeur de 841,8 millions de dollars auprès du constructeur aéronautique américain Lockheed Martin, elle est prévue au cours du mois d’août prochain.

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BAE behind South Africa payments: Saab


Swedish defense group Saab said Thursday that a probe into reports it had secretly paid millions of euros to ensure South Africa did not back out of a deal to buy 26 fighter jets had turned up no evidence of wrongdoing on Saab's part.

Saab’s internal investigations revealed that approximately 24 million rand ($3.5 million) was paid from British BAE Systems to Saab-owned subsidiary Sanip. These payments were transferred to the South African consultant shortly thereafter.

"These transactions have never entered into the accounts," says Saab's President and CEO Håkan Buskhe.

Buschke became the Saab CEO in 2010 and claims that Saab has a zero-tolerance policy towards irregularities.

“Our internal investigation and openness in this matter demonstrates how seriously we regard this," Buschke said in a statement.

Saab announced the probe following an investigative news programme on commercial TV4 said it had new evidence of corruption connected to Saab's 1999 deal to sell 28 -- later reduced to 26 -- JAS Gripen fighter jets to South Africa earlier in the spring.

The programme published what it claimed to be a 2003 contract between Saab subsidiary Sanip and Fana Hlongwane, the advisor to the South African defence minister at the time promisisng to pay him millions of euros in bonuses if South Africa did not back out of the Gripen deal.

The document showed Sanip had agreed to pay Hlongwane over 50 million kronor ($7.9 million) between 2003 and 2005, and that a further 30 million was scheduled to be paid later this year.

But according to Saab it was BAE systems that made these payments, through Saab-owned Sanip, but completely unbeknownst by Saab.

"A person employed by BAE Systems has without Saab’s knowledge signed a for us unknown contract, signed for us up until now unknown transactions as well as signing the audited and apparently inaccurate financial statement for 2003,” Buschke said in Thursday’s statement.

According to Saab, the investigation and assembled materials have been submitted to Swedish lawyer Tomas Nilsson, who has been asked to comment whether, in his view, the investigation material supports Saab's conclusions.

Saab has handed all the materials over to Chief Prosecutor Gunnar Stetler at the Swedish National Anti-Corruption Unit on Saab's behalf.

Stetler told news agency TT that he has received rather an extensive body of material from Saab which he will now begin reviewing.

“I am counting on being done sometime the week after next,” he said,
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Je ne sais pas si l'achat du Mistralov constitue réellement une menace pour les Américains à court moyen terme, mais il est évident que l'acquisition du Sénit9, est une menace à long terme, pour les US et leurs alliés ... la France fait avancer les russes des années dans le domaine ! bien qu'il y aura des problème d'intégration, il faudra trouver les moyenspour le rendre compatible avec le reste les forces russes ...
Il en a qui parle d'un Sénit 9 "incomplé", mais ...
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Pour une parlementaire américaine, l’achat de Mistral par la Russie menace la sécurité américaine


L’achat par la Russie de bâtiments amphibies de la classe Mistral constitue une menace pour la sécurité américaine et est dirigée contre des alliés de Washington, a déclaré la président de la commission des affaires étrangères de la Chambre des Représentants.
« Il est profondément troublant que la France, un allié au sein de l’OTAN, ait décidé d’ignorer le danger évident de vendre des bâtiments modernes à la Russie, alors même que Moscou adopte une approche de plus en plus hostile envers les États-Unis, ses voisins et l’Europe elle-même, » a déclaré Ileana Ros-Lehtinen dans un communiqué.
L’accord a inquiété les voisins de la Russie, en particulier la Georgie, dont les relations avec la Russie restent très tendues depuis la guerre d’aout 2008 à propos de la république séparatiste d’Ossétie du Sud, dont la Russie a ensuite reconnu l’indépendance.
« Beaucoup de nos alliés dans la région, comme la Georgie et les pays Baltes, ont subi des cyber-attaques, de graves pressions économiques et même une invasion par la Russie, » poursuit le communiqué de Ros-Lehtinen.

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La Russie proteste arrivée du croiseur de la Marine américaine dans la mer Noire .
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Russie dimanche protesté contre l'arrivée d'un croiseur de la marine américaine équipée d'un système de défense antimissile balistique dans la mer Noire à prendre part à des exercices navals avec l'Ukraine voisine, en disant qu'elle était une menace pour sa sécurité nationale.

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Russia outlines defence export ambitions
By Vladimir Karnozov

Russia expects to sell military equipment worth $11 billion in 2011, with aviation activities likely to account for up to 50% of this total.

Sergei Kornev, head of the Rosoboronexport delegation at last month's Paris air show, said deliveries of Russian-made combat aircraft and air-launched weapons are continuing to Algeria, India and Vietnam.

Algerian pilots are in Russia being trained on the Yakovlev Yak-130 advanced jet trainer (below), with the aircraft likely to be delivered in 2011-12, while Vietnam has recently received four of its 20 new Sukhoi Su-30MK2s.

China has recently ordered 154 more AL-31F engines for its Su-27/30-series fighters, and is in negotiations to buy more to power its Chengdu J-20s.

Despite the RSK MiG-35's elimination from India's medium multi-role combat aircraft competition, Kornev said Rosoboronexport will continue to offer the type for around $10 million less than the larger Su-30MK. "The Sukhoi is a huge airframe and not every country needs this," he said. "Many would rather go for a smaller platform with lower cost."

Away from the combat aircraft sector, a delayed contract to supply Jordan with two stretched-fuselage Ilyushin Il-76MF transports should be fulfilled this year. Both airframes have been completed and are at the Ramenskoye aerodrome in Zhukovsky near Moscow. One has already finished factory- and customer-acceptance trials, and both should be delivered later this year.

Deliveries to the Chinese navy of Kamov Ka-31 radar pickets and additional Ka-28 anti-submarine warfare helicopters have been completed, while Russia and the USA are close to finalising a $350 million order to buy 21 Mil Mi-17 transports for Afghanistan. Deliveries of the Kazan-built aircraft should start next year.
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Three Middle East nations considering F-16 orders



Prospects may be improving for Lockheed Martin to soon book more orders for Fort Worth-built F-16 fighter jets.
Iraq's on-again, off-again plans for buying F-16s may be back on again. In addition, Oman and the United Arab Emirates are reportedly again talking to the U.S. government and Lockheed about F-16s after they could not agree on terms for buying French fighter jets.
Lockheed officials confirmed reports that they had been in contact with the three Middle East nations about F-16 sales, but they declined to provide specifics.
"The potential for international sales is still strong," Lockheed spokeswoman Laura Siebert said. "We've been in constant dialogue with the U.S. Air Force about the needs of Iraq. There has been dialogue with U.A.E. They want more F-16s."
An Air Force official in the foreign military sales department could not be reached Wednesday for comment.
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Conventional Arms Treaty Advances in U.N. Talks

UNITED NATIONS - U.N. member states have made significant progress toward a global treaty to control the international sale of conventional weapons, France's representative at the negotiations said July 15.

The Arms Trade Treaty focuses mainly on the trade of firearms, and not address nuclear, chemical or biological weapons. The goal is for the treaty to be complete and adopted by July 1, 2012.

"We made a lot of progress during this week," said Danon, speaking after the third official meeting of U.N. states negotiating the treaty.

"I am confident that there will be, after difficult negotiations, a treaty," Danon said.

"The treaty will be a strong contribution to solve some of the key problems related to the circulation of arms in the world," Danon added.

According to a source close to the talks, there is an agreement on 80 percent of the text.

The United States, which produces six billion bullets a year and is the world's biggest conventional arms exporter, does not want ammunition sales included in the treaty - but the source was confident that obstacle could be overcome.

Separately, China does not want the treaty to cover small arms and light weapons.

But the source said the parties have agreed on the treaty framework and principles, and that a treaty would likely be reached by 2012.

When the U.N. General Assembly adopted a resolution calling for a treaty regulating conventional weapons, only the United States, then under President George W. Bush, voted against it.

However Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in October 2009 that the government of President Barack Obama would support talks leading to a treaty.

The United States, Russia, Britain, France and Israel produce 90 percent of new conventional weapons sold around the world.

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Ukraine sold $1 billion worth of weaponry in 2010 - media



Ukraine's arms exports in 2010 reached almost a billion dollars with the bulk of weaponry sold to African countries, the Kommersant-Ukraine newspaper said on Monday.
"The portfolio of contracts signed by state-run arms exporter Ukrspetsexport increased in value from $799.5 in 2009 to $956.7 billion [in 2010]," the paper cited data released by the State Service for Export Control.
The leading buyers of Ukrainian weaponry are Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Ukraine sold a total of 250 T-55 and T-72 tanks to both countries.
Sudan also bought Grad multiple rocket launchers, 122-mm 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled howitzers, 152-mm 1S3 Akatsia self-propelled howitzers, D-30 howitzers, 82-mm mortars and a variety of small arms, including 10,000 Kalashnikov assault rifles.
Ukraine sold a T-80BV main battle tank, built in 1985, to the United States and 14 air-to-air missiles commonly used by Libyan MiG fighter jets to Italy. Experts believe that Western countries buy small batches of Soviet-era weaponry for study purposes.
Former Ukrspetsexport director Sergei Bondarchuk dismissed the figures revealed by government authorities as unrealistic.
"I don't trust these figures. As far as I know, we only signed an option for a previous contract with Sudan last year and the rest are ongoing deliveries under contracts signed by the previous team," Bondarchuk told the paper.
There has been no comment from Ukrspetsexport so far.
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Aeronautics signs Dominator export deal
By Arie Egozi

Aeronautics Defense Systems has signed a first contract to export its Dominator XP unmanned air system.

President of the Israeli company Avi Leumi confirmed that a contract was signed, but declined to identify the client.

The development came shortly after the Dominator XP was cleared for export by the Israeli defence ministry. Aeronautics' design had previously been adapted to comply with international Missile Technology Control Regime limitations to secure the approval.

The Dominator is based on the Diamond DA-42 twin-engined general aviation aircraft. In its Dominator 2 guise it has a maximum take-off weight of 2,000kg (4,410lb), including a 300kg payload, and can achieve an endurance of 28h. Its maximum altitude is 30,000ft (9,150m) and top speed 190kt (351km/h).

The system is aimed at the high end of the medium-altitude, long-endurance UAS market, with Leumi naming the General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Predator and the Israel Aerospace Industries Heron as competitors.

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Boeing Shares Industrial Development Plan with Brazilian Industry



  • Boeing’s Super Hornet offering in F-X2 fighter aircraft competition will bring Brazil a comprehensive industrial partnership program
  • Plan includes robust technology transfer, R&D and work placement opportunities with Boeing and its extended network of suppliers

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Boeing today conducted an industry forum in São José dos Campos to share with local businesses and universities the broad spectrum of opportunities available to them as part of Boeing’s F/A-18 Super Hornet offering in the F-X2 fighter aircraft competition.
“Boeing will provide the Brazilian Air Force with the most advanced combat aircraft to meet its operational requirements, as well as a broad array of benefits to Brazilian industry,” said Tom DeWald, Boeing Super Hornet campaign leader in Brazil. “As the world’s largest aerospace company, Boeing is well positioned to deliver an industrial partnership program through robust technology transfer, research and development, and competitive work placement opportunities with Boeing and our extended network of suppliers.”
More than 100 representatives of companies, universities and industry associations joined government officials from São José dos Campos and the surrounding region at the Boeing Industry Day, which was hosted by São José dos Campos Technology Park.
“Today’s forum supports our goals to foster technological innovation, revitalize local and regional economies, improve industrial competitiveness and create new jobs,” said Jose de Mello Correa, São José dos Campos secretary of Economic Development and Science & Technology. “Conferences such as this give industry, universities and research institutions a better look at what Boeing can bring to Brazil.”
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NATO warns Turkey against buying Chinese, Russian air defense systems



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NATO may avoid sharing ballistic missiles intelligence with Turkey if the nation decides to buy Chinese or Russian systems for its missile defense program

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A strategic missile Topol-M makes an impressive entry into Red Square during the Victory Day parade in Moscow on May 9, 2011. The Western alliance is encouraging Turkey not to choose Chinese or Russian tenders in an upcoming air defense bid.
Ankara would have to operate without NATO’s intelligence information on incoming ballistic missiles if it chooses to buy Chinese or Russian systems for its national air and missile defense program, officials of the Western alliance have warned Turkey.

Participating in the ongoing competition to win Turkey’s national air and missile contract are the U.S. partnership between Raytheon and Lockheed Martin, with their Patriot air defense systems; Russia’s Rosoboronexport, marketing the S300; China’s CPMIEC (China Precision Machinery Export-Import Corp.), offering its HQ-9; and the Italian-French Eurosam, maker of the SAMP/T Aster 30. Turkey is planning to make its selection late this year or early next year.

Many Western officials and experts say that since the Russian and the Chinese systems are not compatible with NATO systems, their potential eventual victory might provide them with access to classified NATO information, and as a result may compromise NATO’s procedures.

But despite this criticism, Turkey so far has ruled against expelling the Chinese and Russian options, saying there is no need to exclude them from the Turkish competition.

One Western expert countered that “if, say, the Chinese win the competition, their systems will be in interaction, directly or indirectly, with NATO’s intelligence systems, and this may lead to the leak of critical NATO information to the Chinese, albeit inadvertently. So this is dangerous.”

“NATO won’t let that happen,” another Western official told the Hürriyet Daily News on Monday. “If the Chinese or the Russians win the Turkish contest, their systems will have to work separately. They won’t be linked to NATO information systems.”

This was the first time NATO has strongly urged Turkey against choosing the non-Western systems.

“One explanation is that Turkey itself doesn’t plan to [ultimately] select the Chinese or Russian alternatives, but still is retaining them among their options to put pressure on the Americans and the Europeans to [lower] their prices,” the Western expert said.

Turkey’s long-range air and missile defense systems program (T-Loramids) has been designed to counter both enemy aircraft and missiles.

NATO missile shield

Turkey’s national program is totally separate and independent from NATO’s own plans to design, develop and build its own collective missile shield.

The Western alliance decided during a leaders’ summit meeting in Lisbon in November last year to create the collective missile shield against potential incoming ballistic missiles from rogue countries. Ankara agreed to the decision only after the alliance accepted a Turkish request that Iran or other countries would not be specifically mentioned as potential sources of threats.

NATO now is seeking to deploy a special X-band radar in Turkish territory for the early detection of missiles launched from the region.

Senior U.S. and Turkish officials discussed the matter in mid-July in Istanbul on the sidelines of a visit by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and both sides reported progress toward an eventual deployment of the X-band radar on Turkish soil.

Ideally, in the event of a launch of a ballistic missile from a rogue state, it would be detected by the X-band radar, and U.S.-made SM-3 interceptors – based on U.S. Aegis destroyers to be deployed in the eastern Mediterranean and later possibly in Romania – would then be fired to hit the incoming missile mid-flight.



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MiG-29La portefeuille de commandes de l'avionneur russe MiG a dépassé 4 milliards de dollars, a annoncé vendredi à Moscou Sergueï Korotkov, directeur général du groupe, commentant la situation de MiG sur le marché mondial.




"Je dois noter que nos produits bénéficient d'une demande stable. Le portefeuille de commandes du groupe dépasse 4 milliards de dollars", a indiqué M.Korotkov devant les journalistes.

Le groupe MiG livrera cinq chasseurs embarqués MiG-29K/KUB à l'Inde d'ici la fin de 2011. En mars 2010, l'avionneur a signé un nouveau contrat pour 1,5 milliard de dollars avec le ministère indien de la Défense sur la livraison de 29 chasseurs supplémentaires à New Delhi. Le début des livraisons de ce lot est prévu pour 2012.

A l'heure actuelle, le groupe MiG achève ses négociations avec le ministère russe de la Défense sur la livraison de chasseurs embarqués MiG-29K/KUB à la Marine russe et envisage de lancer des versions terrestres des chasseurs de ce type.

Hélicoptères: la Russie détiendra 15% du marché mondial vers 2015 (expert)

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Mi-17La Russie détiendra au moins 15% du marché mondial des hélicoptères vers 2015, étant donnée la croissance annuelle de 20% à 30% de la production nationale, a annoncé vendredi à Moscou Igor Korottchenko, directeur du Centre d'analyse du commerce mondial d'armes.




"La Russie est l'un des plus grands producteurs mondiaux d'hélicoptères militaires. 65.000 hélicoptères ont été produits dans le monde depuis 1950 dont 26.000 en Russie. 6.000 hélicoptères russes ont été exportés", a indiqué M.Korottchenko.

Entre 2002 et 2009, la Russie a exporté des hélicoptères militaires pour plus de 4,5 milliards de dollars. Cela représente 10,4% des exportations d'armements russes.

La structure des exportations d'hélicoptères russes s'inscrit dans les tendances mondiales. "Les hélicoptères polyvalents occupent la première place avec 3,38 milliards de dollars, viennent ensuite les hélicoptères d'assaut (606 M USD), les hélicoptères anti-sous-marins (422 M USD) et les hélicoptères lourds (168 M USD).

Les plus grands importateurs d'hélicoptères russes de type Mi-17 sont l'Inde, l'Azerbaïdjan, le Venezuela et l'Egypte. Le Brésil, le Pérou, l'Indonésie et d'autres pays achètent des hélicoptères Mi-35, a précisé l'expert
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